Kayla Reno
Kayla Reno


Spanaway, Wash.

High School:
Graham-Kapowsin HS




Griz well represented at Outstanding Senior Recognition Awards


An A+ effort: Montana tops Big Sky Conference


Griz win first postseason match since 1996

Montana advanced to face No. 1 Portland State Friday night


Vikings end Grizzlies' tournament run

Montana finishes 16-15, a 10-win improvement from 2012


Reno named first-team All-Big Sky Conference


Montana vs. Weber State (11/9/13)

Montana vs. Weber State (11/9/13)


Montana vs. Idaho State (11/8/13)

Montana vs. Idaho State (11/8/13)


Montana vs. Eastern Washington (10/31/13)

Montana vs. Eastern Washington (10/31/13)


Montana vs. Montana State (10/21/13)

Montana vs. Montana State (10/21/13)


Montana vs. Southern Utah (10/11/13)

Montana vs. Southern Utah (10/11/13)

2012 (junior season): Academic All-Big Sky Conference ... Named to the all-tournament teams at Idaho and San Diego State ... Started all 29 matches, played in all 115 sets ... Led the team in kills for the second straight season (2.92/s) ... More than doubled service aces from sophomore season (13) to junior season (27) ... Led the team in service aces, finished third in digs (2.52/s) ... Hit .191 while taking 482 more swings than any other player ... Had 19 matches with double-digit kills, three times reaching 20 ... Had a season-high 22 kills against Portland State ... Hit a season-best .350 in four-set win over Sacramento State, with 17 kills and 3 errors on 40 swings ... Also hit .333 in three-set sweep of Eastern Washington, with 10 kills and 1 error on 27 swings ... Thirteen times had 10 or more digs, with a season-high 20 against Idaho ... Had 10 kills-digs double-doubles ... Posted a season-high three service aces in five-set comeback win at Montana State ... Three times had a season-high four blocks ... Named to the Idaho Nike Invitational All-Tournament team after averaging 2.67 kills and 4.08 digs and to the SDSU Holiday Inn Mission Valley Aztec Challenge for 3.00 kills per set on .269 hitting.

2011 (sophomore season): Academic All-Big Sky Conference ... Second-team All-Big Sky Conference ... Temple Invitational Most Valuable Server ...Started all 24 matches and played in all 97 sets ... Led the team in kills (2.84/s) and had the team's best hitting percentage (.192) among outside hitters ... Kills average ranked eighth in the Big Sky Conference ... Second on the team with 13 service aces and fourth in blocks (0.48/s) ... Had 17 matches with double-figure kills, including 13 of 16 in league matches ... Twice recorded a season-high 18 kills ... Had 15 matches with double-figure digs, with a season-high 19 against South Carolina in the season opener ... Recorded a season-high three service aces against Stony Brook at Temple's tournament to earn Most Valuable Server honors.

2010 (freshman season): Academic All-Big Sky Conference ... Played in all 28 matches, getting 10 starts ... Ranked second on the team in kills (2.54/s) and first in the Big Sky among freshmen ... Ranked fifth on the team in blocks with 52 (0.51/s) ... Hit .207 in 16 Big Sky matches, the third-highest hitting percentage on the team ... Finished the season with 14 double-figure kills matches, with 10 coming during Big Sky play ... Totaled a season-high 18 kills in home win over Idaho State in regular-season finale ... Hit a season-high .550 (11/0/20) in victory over Montana State ... Blocked five balls on two occasions.

Career Highs (entering the 2013 season)
Kills: 22, Portland State (9.21.12)
Attacks: 60, two times
Hitting pct.: .550 (11/0/20), Montana State (9.25.10)
Assists: 2, six times
Service aces: 3, three times
Digs: 20, Idaho (8.25.12)
Blocks: 6, Montana State (11.4.11)

Prep: A 2010 graduate of Graham-Kapowsin High ... Named a Highest Honorable Mention All-American by PrepVolleyball.com ... All-state, the Tacoma News Tribune's All-Area Player of the Year and the MVP of the South Puget Sound League (SPSL) South ... First-team All-SPSL South as a junior ... Played for the University Place Volleyball Club ... UPVBC finished 30th in the 18 Open division at the 2010 USA Volleyball Junior Olympic Championships in Reno, Nev.

Personal: Born May 12, 1992, in Tacoma, Wash. ... The daughter of Fred and Patty Reno ... Has an older sister, Brittney ... A communications major.

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