2015: Was one of the team's most consistent performers, seeing time in all 125 sets...Guided the team with 1,009 attempts while also ranking second on the squad with 310 kills (2.48 per set)...Was responsible for 12 double-digit kill matches, accumulating a season-best 18 kills (in four sets) against IPFW on Sept. 12...Posted a season-best .414 hitting percentage (16 kills, four errors in 29 swings) against McNeese State on Sept. 1...Racked up seven double-doubles - all of which came in the final 11 matches of the season against OVC competition...Had nine matches with double-digit digs overall, including a career-high 20 scoops against Eastern Illinois on Oct. 31...Tied a career-high with four blocks against Eastern Kentucky on Oct. 10, which was one of 12 multi-block performances...Was named to the OVC Commissioner's Honor Roll and earned an OVC Medal of Honor for a perfect 4.0 Grade Point Average.
2014: Was one of the team’s best options offensively, playing in all 30 matches (102 out of a possible 110 sets)…Tallied 270 kills (2.65 per set) on a .167 hitting percentage, 126 digs, 27 blocks, 22 assists and five service aces…Accounted for 12 double-digit kill matches, including a career-high 22 kills (against only four errors in 41 attempts, .439 attack percentage) against Tennessee State on Oct. 21…Hit an even .500 (12 kills, two errors in 20 attempts) in a three-set win over Alabama A&M on Sept. 2…Also was responsible for 17 kills against Jacksonville State on Oct. 4…Reached double-figures in the dig column in back-to-back days against Ole Miss (12) and Arkansas State (11)…Tallied a season-high four blocks against Eastern Illinois on Oct. 17…Was named to the OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll.
2013: Came on strong at the end of the season to earn Ohio Valley Conference All-Newcomer accolades…Tallied 113 kills in 45 sets (18 matches), finishing second on the team with 2.51 kills per set…Also ranked second on the team with a .216 hitting percentage in 310 attempts…Had seven double-digit kill performances (all of which came against OVC competition) and led the team in kills in five different matches…Best career match came in a OVC win over Southeast Missouri on Oct. 1 when she had a career-high 17 kills to go along with a .282 hitting percentage…Hit over .200 on nine different occasions, including a career best .364 effort (10 kills against just two errors in 22 attempts) against Austin Peay on Nov. 8…Was named to the OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll.
BEFORE UTM: Came to UT Martin out of Sacred Heart Academy, the alma mater of Skyhawk assistant coach Julia Noe…Playing for head coach Eric Garvey, Wessling was part of a Valkyries squad that was responsible for three straight district titles from 2010-12, earning the 2012 championship after a 26-12 overall record…Earned first team all-region accolades in 2012 and was a second team all-Catholic honoree as well…Also garnered first team all-district honors as a junior in 2011.
PERSONAL: Born on Oct. 12, 1994…Daughter of Tom and Sandra Wessling…Has one younger brother, Grant…Majoring in health and human performance.