|Hometown:||San Diego, CA|
|High School:||The Bishop’s School|
Earned Big West Conference All-Freshman team honors after team-leading 359-kill campaign … participated in every set (101) and registered 14 double-digit kill efforts… averaged a team-best 3.55 kills per set, which ranked fourth among all Big West players … finished second on team in service aces (21), digs (226) and blocks (48) … tallied eight double-doubles, including 22 kills and 14 digs at UC Santa Barbara (Sept. 27) … recorded a career-high 24 kills versus Cal State Fullerton (Nov. 8) … had 14 kills and season-best 16 digs against Washington State (Aug. 30) … compiled 14 kills and 15 digs versus Northern Illinois (Sept. 19) … tallied 18 kills and 14 digs versus UC Riverside (Oct. 4) … finished season with eight consecutive double-kill performances … earned three service aces in a match twice versus San Jose State (Sept. 13) and Cal State Fullerton (Nov. 8).
The Bishop’s School (La Jolla, Calif.)
Four-year letterwinner earned the second of her two California Interscholastic Federation Division IV and All-Coastal South League first team selections in 2013 after helping program to a CIF San Diego Section championship … also named one of PrepVolleyball.com’s Top 250 Aces and to the San Diego All-Star Team during career … with Coast Volleyball Club, helped lead program to a 2012 Junior Olympics gold medal in the 16 Open division and a bronze medal in 2013 at the 17 Open level … in the sand, selected for both the U-17 United States Youth High Performance Team and U-19 United States National Training Team … academically, earned CIF All-Academic Team praise.
Daughter of Dana and Melinda Greisen … father played water polo at UC San Diego (1981-84) and remains the program’s all-time leader in shooting percentage (.576) – including a single season record .808 mark in 1981 – while ranking eighth with 181 career goals … has one sister (Kaylin) and two brothers (Alexander and Connor) … majoring in biology … Raeann Melissa Greisen was born on March 9, 1996 in San Diego.