The 6-foot-1 senior setter and outside hitter led the Sabers to a 39-3 record and the Class 2A state championship this past season. Allison recorded 399 assists, 328 kills, 217 digs, 77 blocks and 47 service aces while posting a kill percentage of .482 and a hitting percentage of .341. A member of the USA Volleyball Under-18 Youth National Team, Allison was an American Volleyball Coaches Association Third Team All-American selection. She concluded her prep volleyball career with 1,439 assists and 1,144 kills.
Allison maintained a weighted 3.65 GPA in the classroom. Taking advantage of NCAA early signing rules, Allison inked a financial-aid agreement that paves the way for her to enroll at Auburn University. She graduated from high school last month and will begin classes in the spring semester.
An active member of Young Life, Allison has volunteered locally as a youth volleyball coach and as part of multiple community service initiatives through her church. “Mica is unreal,” said Krista Pufahl, head coach of Watseka High. “She is so smart and sees the floor well. I have never seen such a versatile player.”