Parents are Glen and Amy Goodsell ... has three sisters and one brother ... favorite movies are Count of Monte Cristo and Mulan ... sports hero is Arthur Ashe ... enjoys playing beach volleyball ... undeclared major.
Sacramento State University: Played one season for Sacramento State under legendary head coach Debby Colberg ... helped her team compile a 29-8 overall record while winning the Big Sky Conference Championship and advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament before losing to eventual national runner-up Stanford ... played in every match for the Hornets as a freshman, ranking second on the team with 4.37 digs per game ... also served up 30 aces on the year ... recorded double-digit digs in 31 matches on the year, topping the 20-dig mark nine times ... tallied a career-high 30 digs against Portland State ... posted five aces against Montana ... notched 15 digs in a four-game win against Minnesota in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
Club: Played nine years of club volleyball for powerhouse Saddleback Valley under head coach Ki Yi ... was the starting libero for Saddleback teams that finished no worse than second at three straight Volleyball Festivals (2004-06) ... started for Saddleback's 18-under team in 2006 that finished second out of 105 teams at the Festival ... in 2005, she played for the 16-under team that placed second out of 224 teams, and in 2004 she played for the 15-under team that placed first out of 81 teams at the Festival.
High School: Played setter at Dana Hills High School ... involved in student government as the Commissioner of Athletics and Commissioner of Student Relations.
Played in 21 matches and 77 sets as a sophomore defensive specialist at BYU ... had the sixth-most digs on the team with 131 overall ... posted 11 assists, 14 service aces and 131 digs ... tallied two assists in three games on the season against Cal Poly, then-No. 23 Kansas State and then-No. 5 UCLA ... chalked up a career-high 18 digs against Virginia at the Ameritus Players Challenge ... had a career-high two aces in two matches against then-No. 23 Kansas State and then-No. 5 UCLA.