#9 Madi Mahaffey
Position: Middle Blocker/Right Side
Height: 6'4"
Class: Senior
Experience: 3 Letters
City/State: Vestavia Hills, Ala.
High School: Vestavia Hills HS
Major: Sport Administration/Sports Leadership
Born: 08/09/1993
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Release: 05/22/2014

2014 USA Volleyball A2 Program Tryout Participant
2013 SEC Community Service Team

Garnered 27 appearances which included 12 starts from the right side position … Secured 0.87 kills and 0.89 blocks per set … Posted five-plus blocks on seven occasions, while her 76 total blocks were third on the team … Named to the 2013 SEC Community Service Team for her work with Companion Animal Alliance, Friends of Animals Baton Rouge and Pets Against Shelter Surrender … Earned a starting nod during eight of LSU’s first nine matches (Aug. 30-Sept. 20) … Came away with six kills and four blocks against UC Davis (Aug. 31) … Registered a career-high nine blocks during LSU’s five-set win over San Diego State (Aug. 31) … Belted a season’s best 10 kills versus Arkansas-Little Rock (Sept. 6) … Turned in seven kills and six blocks at Rice (Sept. 7) … Equaled a career-high with nine blocks as LSU erased a 2-0 deficit at Miami (Sept. 13) … Tallied eight kills and five blocks at Houston (Sept. 21) … Played a major role in LSU’s 3-2 comeback win at Texas A&M (Oct. 9) where the Aggies were held to 33 kills and a .103 hitting percentage over the final three sets … Picked up five blocks at Auburn (Oct. 18) followed by seven kills on a .333 hitting clip at Alabama (Oct. 20) … Contributed five blocks at Tennessee (Nov. 17) … Provided four of LSU’s eight blocks over the final three frames as the Tigers wiped away a two-set deficit versus No. 24 Michigan (Dec. 6) in the NCAA Tournament First Round …  Crushed six kills on nine errorless swings at No. 3 Washington (Dec. 7) during NCAA Tournament Second Round.

Totaled 18 appearances, 15 coming during SEC play, which included four starts ... Chipped in 0.67 kills and 0.52 blocks per set ... Picked up kills in 12 of her 18 appearances ... Totaled two kills and two blocks at North Carolina (Sept. 7) ... Belted 14 kills on 27 swings with only one error and came away with 12 of her 24 blocks during a four-match stretch (Sept. 16-28) ... Slapped three kills and added three blocks during the South Carolina (Sept. 16) and Kentucky (Sept. 21) matches ... Cranked a season's best five kills to go along with a career-high five blocks during LSU's five-set win at Mississippi State (Sept. 28) ... Came away with four kills and four blocks in a start at Auburn (Oct. 19) ... Notched four kills, two assists and a blocks versus Arkansas (Nov. 21).    

Tallied six appearances, including two starts ... Posted 1.50 kills and 0.80 blocker per set in 10 frames of action ... Recorded a block in four of six outings ... Recorded a career-high four blocks and added three kills as a starter versus Alcorn State (Aug. 26) ... Tacked on one kill and one block against Jacksonville State (Aug. 27) ... Exploded for a career-best 11 kills and a .667 hitting percentage as a starter versus Grambling State (Sept. 2) ... Notched a block against Georgia (Oct. 14) during SEC debut.

Coached by Mandy Burgess at Vestavia Hills High School in Alabama ... LSU's 2011 recruiting class tabbed No. 18 nationally by ... Rated among's Top 150 Senior Aces ... Secured 6A All-State First-Team and All-Tournament Team status as team made her to 2010 State Final Four ... Named to 2009 Metro Top 10 and Top 5 Blocker in the state ... Participated in 2010 USA Youth Olympic Team and USA Women's Junior A2 program ... Also member of 2009 USA Continental Team ... Four-year participant in Vestavia Hills Youth Leadership program.

Full name is Madison Layne Mahaffey ... Daughter of Mike and Kris Mahaffey ... Father ran track at Mississippi State, while mother played basketball at Ole Miss ... Born on August 9, 1993 ... Has one brother, Cody (19) ... Majoring in kinesiology ... Also recruited by Alabama, Georgia Tech, Kentucky, Maryland, Missouri and Ohio State.


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