2015: Saw time in 11 matches, including 16 sets ... Had 22 kills, averaging 1.38 per set ... Hit .101 on 99 total attacks ... Pulled in 27 total digs for 1.69 per set ... Posted season-best six kills in win at West Georgia Oct. 27 ... Had a season-best six digs twice.
2014: Played in 22 matches, seeing time in 62 sets … Had 94 total kills for 1.52 per set … Hit .185 on 265 total attacks … Helped out up front with 49 blocks, third on the team … Tallied 123 total points, averaging 1.98 per set … Had double-digit kills twice, including a season-high 12 against Slippery Rock Sept. 5 ... PBC Bronze Scholar
2013: During the inaugural season, averaged 1.28 kills per set and saw action in 103 sets ... First recorded her season high in a home match against UNC Pembroke Nov. 9, tallied 11 kills and then matched it Nov. 16, against Paine College during the final match of the season … PBC Presidential Scholar.
High School: Lettered in volleyball and track at Pope High ... Played under coach Bryan Jones ... Named Scholar Athlete, All-Region, All-State Honorable Mention and team won 2012 State Championship.
Personal: Nickname is Sandusk ... Majoring in Marketing ... Daughter of Barry and Kim Savransky ... Chose Georgia College for the academic excellence and the opportunity to play on the inaugural volleyball team ... Her favorite athlete is Moe Savransky ... Her ringtone is Moroccan Drums ... Lists her biggest sports thrill as winning the 2012 State Championship ... Her pre-game ritual is listening to pump up music and touching the corner of the court before shaking the other team's hands ... Her biggest fear is not reaching her fullest potential ... Her favorite song is "Somewhere in My Car" by Keith Urban, and her favorite TV shows are "Gossip Girl" and "One Tree Hill" ... Lives by the motto, "Be who you are, not who the world wants you to be."