Named the MVP of UTEP's El Paso Sports Commission Invitational after posting 55 kills over the weekend and 11 service aces. While leading the Pac-12 in aces and points, Wilson was named to her second All-Tournament Team, this time at the Jayhawk Invitational. The senior swung for 19 kills against tournament-host Kansas and finished the weekend with 15 kills against College of Charleston. Surpassed the 1,000 kill mark for her career and ended her career 12th all time at ASU with 1125 total kills. Also finished her career ranked fourth in block assists (297) and eighth in total blocks (325). Is one of just 15 Sun Devils to post 1,000 career kills and is just the third ever to post 1,000 kills and at least 300 total blocks (Tammy Webb, Sue Nord). Her 522 kills during her senior season ranks fifth in single season marks. Capped her senior season with her first appearance in the NCAA Tournament and recording 15 kills and six digs against Oklahoma in the outing. Put up career highs in kills (24) and points (26) against UTEP. Had five service aces against Fresno State, the second time she's tallied as much in a match, the first time against Idaho State in the season opener. Played in all 34 matches of the season and helped lead ASU to wins over two ranked opponents. Had 15 and 12 kills against Pac-12's leader Stanford in both matchups. Was clutch on senior night with 17 kills against Arizona. Not only led the team in service aces, but was fifth in the Pac-12 (0.28/s). At the end of the season was ranked 60th nationally in kills per set (3.98), and was the second Pac-12 athlete in 2012 to tally more than 500 kills (the first being ASU's Macey Gardner). Earned her first conference award by being named Pac-12 All-Conference Honorable Mention.
Continued to be an important component on the team, starting all 31 sets. Led the team in blocks for the second consecutive year with 85 total on five solo and 80 assists. Had a .325 hitting percentage on the season, which was tenth in the Pac-12 conference and 107th nationally. Season high of 15 kills on Oct. 15 at Colorado. Had six block assists in two games on the year, first on Aug. 27 against San Jose State then on Sept. 16 in the Pac-12 opener at Oregon State. Was named to the 2011 COBRA Magazine All-Southwest Region Team Honorable Mention.
Had a profound impact in her second year with the Sun Devils, starting every game. Led the team with 120 blocks and 27 service aces, was second with 335.5 points, and third with 244 kills. Posted a break-out performance Sep. 11 against UC Riverside, tallying nine kills for an average of .583. Also posted nine blocks Sep. 17 against Michigan and eight blocks Oct. 8 vs. Oregon.
Came out to immediately help impact the Sun Devils, helping to lead the ASU D to a third place rank in the Pac-10 in blocks per set and 13th in the NCAA. Was fifth on the team in blocks with 59 for a 0.94 blocks per set average. Collected 84 kills for a 1.33 kills per set average.
A 2009 graduate of Fallbrook High School in Fallbrook, Calif. While a letterwinner in volleyball, Wilson also captained the Fallbrook Warriors. A member of the Coast Volleyball Club as well.
A communications major, her full name is Erica Martrece Wilson. Parents are Eric and Angela Wilson of Oceanside, Calif. Has one younger brother and an older sister. Born May 26, 1991 in Akron, Ohio.
Pac-12 All-Conference Honorable Mention
All-Tournament Team KU's Jayhawk Invitational
MVP of UTEP's El Paso Sports Commission Invitational
COBRA Magazine All-National Second Team
COBRA Magazine All-Southwest Region Team Honorable Mention
Erica Wilson's Career Stats