2015: Named to the All-ACC Academic Team and ACC Academic Honor Roll ... Played in all 30 matches, starting 26 at setter ... Totaled 1,175 assists, averaging 10.7 assists per set ... Guided a Duke offense that averaged 14.40 kills per set and 13.55 assists per set, good for 11th and 13th in the nation, respectively ... Totaled 3,076 career assists ... Finished her career ranked sixth in program history in career assists ... Became the seventh setter in program history to top 3,000 career assists ... Contributed seven double-doubles, second on the team only to outside hitter Emily Sklar ... Added 233 digs and 68 blocks ... Dished out 40 or more assists in 16 matches ... Surpassed 50 assists five times ... Amassed a career-high 68 assists Oct. 9 against then-No. 18 Florida State ... Received her degree in Evoloutionary Anthropology.
2014: Appeared in nine matches … Totaled 176 assists, averaging 8.38 assists per frame … Added 23 digs, four blocks and three service aces … Dished out a season-high 48 assists Sept. 13 versus Penn … Topped 20 assists five times.
2013: Started all 33 matches at setter in her first fully-healthy season ... Collected honorable mention AVCA All-America accolades ... Earned a spot on the AVCA All-East Coast Region team ... Pulled in third team All-ACC recognition ... Named to the All-ACC Academic Team ... Directed a Duke offense that led the league in both kills per set (14.87 kps) and assists per set (13.83 aps) ... Led the ACC and ranked 19th nationally with an 11.38 assists per set average ... Tossed up 50 or more assists seven times ... Led the team with nine double-doubles: Western Illinois (9/6), Liberty (9/13), South Carolina (9/14), Illinois (9/21), Virginia (9/27), Syracuse (11/1), Pittsburgh (11/10), NC State (11/27), North Carolina (11/29) and College of Charleston (12/6) ... Totaled a season-high 59 assists in Duke's ACC-title-clinching victory over North Carolina in the regular season finale ... Also topped the 50-assist plateau against South Carolina (9/14), Illinois (9/21), Notre Dame (10/2), Florida State (10/25), Syracuse (11/1) and Georgia Tech (11/16).
2012: Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll ... Played in 24 matches with eight starts during her sophomore campaign ... Amassed 477 assists, averaging 6.91 assists per set ... Added 135 digs and eight service aces ... Totaled three double-doubles ... First double-double came with a 50-assist and 19-dig performance against Clemson Oct. 12 ... Also recorded double-doubles versus Wake Forest and NC State ... Totaled a career-best 64 assists in the season finale at Wake Forest Nov. 20.
2011: Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll ... Did not see game action in 2011.
High School: Four-year letterwinner and two-year captain at Whitehall High School…AAU All-American as a junior...named to Pennsylvania All-State Team as a sophomore and junior…a Prep Volleyball Senior Ace…earned LVC All-Star Team honors as a junior and LVC second team honors as a sophomore…missed senior year due to knee injury…as a junior, totaled 199 kills, 105 blocks and 241 assists…posted a .317 hitting percentage that year with averages of 1.99 kills, 1.53 blocks and 2.45 assists…competed with the Court Authority Volleyball Academy for two years and with Synergy Volleyball Club for two years…helped Synergy win the 17-U Regional Championship and advance to the AAU National Championship Match…collected AAU All-American honors…helped that squad qualify for the Junior Olympic Nationals…team won silver medal after her knee injury forced her to miss the rest of the competition…member of the National Honor Society…involved with Key Club, Mu Alpha Theta and Student Council…member of the LVIAC Student-Athlete Character and Sportsmanship Council…volunteered with the Special Olympics for three years…four-year member of the High Honor Roll…nominee for Cohen Feeley Best of the Best Award as a senior…graduated fifth in her class.
Personal: Born Margaret Marie Deichmeister on Feb. 25, 1993 in Allentown, Pa. …the daughter of Fred and Beth Deichmeister…has a brother, Marc, and a sister, Corinne.