Senior Season: 2012 AVCA All-America Honorable Mention, becoming just the second Tar Heel to earn multiple All-America honors • 2012 AVCA All-East Region • 2012 All-ACC Team Selection • Led the team in kills (321) and service aces (31, career high) • Finished second on the team with 369 digs • Recorded a .267 attack in her final campaign • 15 double-doubles in 32 possible matches • Double-digit kills in 19 matches and double-digit digs in 22 • Ranked 10th in the ACC for aces • ACC player of the week, November 5th • Named to 2012 Kentucky Classic All-Tournament Team • Named MVP of the 2012 Carolina Classic and named to all-tournament team • Finished her career with 1,325 kills for a .212 hitting percentage, 1,248 digs, 149 aces and 117 blocks.
Junior Season: 2011 All-ACC Team Selection • 2011 AVCA All-America Honorable Mention • AVCA All-East Region • ACC Player of the Week (Oct. 10) - netted 60 kills and 58 digs to lead the Tar Heels to a 2-1 record with wins over NC State (Oct. 4) and No. 21 Miami (Oct. 9) • Finished second in the ACC in kills per set (4.04) and points per set (4.47) • Tallied her 1,000th career kill against Pepperdine in the second round of the NCAA Tournament in Malibu, Calif. • Recorded a double-double in 30 of Carolina's 33 matches in 2011 • 2011 Active Ankle Challenge (University of Florida) All-Tournament team selection • 2011 Western Michigan Classic Most Valuable Player selection • 2011 Carolina Classic All-Tournament team selection • Named to the 2011 All-ACC Academic Team • All-ACC Honor Roll selection (2009-10, 2010-11).
Sophomore Season: Enjoyed a breakout season after appearing in 33 matches and starting 30 matches • Uncorked 20 double-digit matches in 2010 en route to AVCA All-East Region and All-ACC accolades • Named ACC Player of the Week (Oct. 17-24) after posting consecutive double-double efforts in sweeps over Virginia Tech and Virginia • Registered 14 double-doubles en route to averaging 2.97 kills and 2.77 digs per set • Matched a career-high 21 kills and added 14 digs in a 3-1 win at Clemson (10/16/10) • Belted a career-best .455 hitting percentage and career-high four blocks, with 16 kills and 13 digs in a sweep at NC State (9/21/10) • Posts nine straight double-digit kill matches (11/31-present) and six straight double-doubles (11/12/10-12/4/10) • Posted 3.43 kills and 2.43 digs per set in two NCAA matches.
Freshman Season: Played in 63 sets appearing in 21 games as a freshman • Led the team with 2.92 kills per set on the year, including 3.11 kills per set in conference play • Posted a career-best 21 kills at Wake Forest (11/20/09) • Rocked Oklahoma in a 3-2 win with 18 kills and a career-best 23 digs • Posted five double-doubles in kills and digs, including a 14 kills, .636 hitting percentage and 12 dig performance against N.C. State (11/3/09) • Her 2.73 digs per set ranked second only to libero Kaylie Gibson's 4.31 clip.
Prep: Served as team captain as a junior and senior at Naperville Central High School • Outside hitter was a three-time all-conference, all-area and all-city selection • Led team to back-to-back state championships earning a pair of all-state honors • Member of the Sports Performance club volleyball team along with fellow teammate Erica Behm • Was a three-time AAU All-America honor recipient, leading Sports Performance VBC to a national championship in 2008 and a runner-up finish in 2009. Named to honor roll all four years.
Personal: Plans to major in business and exercise and sports science as well as minor in Spanish • Career plans include sports marketing • Hobbies include frolfing • Steve Prefontaine and Vince Lombardi as athletes she admires most • Lists the "Perks of Being a Wallflower" as her favorite book and sushi as her favorite food • Lists "Primal Fear" as her favorite movie and "Law and Order: SVU" and "Friends" as her favorite TV shows • Emily Christine McGee is the daughter of Tom and Linda McGee • Born Nov. 1, 1990 in Naperville, Ill.
Kills: 23 vs. Miami (10/09/11)
Digs: 23 vs. Oklahoma (9/6/09)
Blocks: 4 at NC State (11/21/09)
Aces: 3 vs. Wake Forest (11/5/10)
Notable Career Statistics