2007: Named to the All-MEAC First Team...Garnered MEAC All-Tournament Team honors...Selected to the Comfort Inn Classic and Sacred Heart All-Tournament Teams...Led the team with 69 total aces (0.64 aces per game, 10th in nation) and 1,118 assists (10.45 assists per game)...Recorded a team and conference-high six triple-doubles...Tallied 30+ assists in a conference best 22 games...Finished with a .259 hitting percentage, third highest on the squad...Her 342 digs (3.20 digs per game), 168 kills (1.57 kills per game), and 29 blocks (0.27 blocks per game) were third, fourth, and fifth best on the team, respectively...Served up a season-high eight aces against Coppin State (8/24) in the first match of the season...Had career bests of 64 assists and 29 digs against Providence (9/22)...Notched 15 kills against Delaware State (11/16) and Howard (10/23)...Stuffed a season best five shots against Florida A&M (11/17) in the MEAC Championship.
Previous School: Was a NJCAA All-American in her first season at Midland College (2005)...Had 23 double-doubles and four triple-doubles that season...Team MVP...Tallied 100 service aces in 2005...Totaled 839 assists and 303 kills in 121 games as a sophomore (2006)...Also had 336 digs and 25 total blocks on the defensive end...Finished with four triple-doubles and 15 double-doubles that year...Named to the 2006 Midland Classic All-Tournament Team.
High School/Club: All-District MVP and All-City Setter and MVP at Eastwood High. In 2003-2004 her team was in the sweet 16 while she earned all area and all-region nods...Tallied the most assists in the city each year of high school... Played club ball with Sunspot's Heat 18's Black...Club took first place at every tournament entered but one...Numerous all tournament team honors.
Personal: Born May 22, 1987 in El Paso, Texas... Daughter of Salvador and Maria Estebane'...Has one sister Vanessa and two brothers, Junior and Israel...Major is criminal justice...Who's Who among High School Students 2001-2005...Nickname is Bella.
Kills: 15 (twice, most recent vs. Delaware State, Nov. 16, 2007)