--The Aggies played in six five-set matches this fall, more than in the last three years combined and the most since they played six in 2005. 

--The Aggies avoided being swept in 19 of their 32 matches this season.  In 2011, the Aggies were swept in all but two of their 27 losses.  

--Six players recorded more than 100 kills in 2012. Freshman Brooke Stamnes (289), freshman Aleena McDaniel (196), senior Andrea Evans (185), sophomore Aprill McRae (138), junior Jeana Daniels (125) and freshman Te'Borah Hawkins-Hollingsworth (108) all passed the century mark, marking the first time that many players reached that plateau since 2007.

--Freshman outside hitter Brooke Stamnes ended the year with 272 digs, becoming the first player to record more than 200 kills and 200 digs since 2009.    

--Brooke Stamnes was ranked 11th in the nation for aces per set (0.46), while Aleena McDaniel was ranked 67th.   Ashley Johnson was among the top 250 players in the nation for most digs per set.

--Johnson is the first A&T player to earn first-team All-MEAC honors since current A&T assistant coach Arlene Mitchell did so in 2006.  She is the first player to be named to either All-MEAC team since Avignon Williams in 2007.   

-- A freshman led the team in kills (Brooke Stamnes-289), service aces (Brooke Stamnes-54), digs (Ashley Johnson-461), and in points (Brooke Stamnes-357.0).