At Providence: A very coachable outside. She continues to prove herself to her team and coaches. As A Junior: Played in 116 games and ranked third on the Friars with 186 kills and fourth with 25 service aces...Posted at least seven kills in 14 matches...Had eight kills and six digs versus Maine on Sept. 5...Posted nine kills and seven digs on Sept. 13 against Wagner...Notched eight kills and five digs on Sept. 24 versus Manhattan...Tallied nine kills and three total blocks on Oct. 21 at Bryant...Registered 12 kills against Chicago State on Oct. 25...Notched a season-high 13 kills and added five digs in the National Independent Tournament versus Texas Pan-American on Nov. 22.As a Sophomore: Was fourth on the team in kills with 146...Recorded a career-high 12 kills twice (Oct. 27 vs. Sacred Heart and Oct. 31 vs. Hartford)...Tallied double-figure digs twice, recording 11 each time...Named to the 2007 Division I Independent All-Academic Team. As a Freshman: Recorded her first career kill against Holy Cross on Sept. 13...Had a career-high five digs vs. Brown on Oct. 3.
At Frontier Regional HS: Played four years at Frontier Regional High School in Deerfield, Mass. under the direction of Head Coach Sean MacDonald...A multi-sport athlete and captain who earned five varsity letters in volleyball as well as five letters in track & field and three letters in basketball...As a senior she totaled 319 kills as well as 219 digs and 66 aces, helping leading her team to a 25-0 record...Team won a league title, a Western Mass. title and a state championship in 2005, the school's first ever...Participated in the Bay State Games in 2004, 2005 and 2006...The 2005 Division III All-State Girls' Volleyball Team selection...A First-Team Division III All-Western Mass. selection in 2005 in addition to being named the Springfield Republican Athlete of the Week...A Division II First-Team All-Western Mass. selection in basketball in 2004-05 as her squad's leading scorer...Set a school-record in the 4x400 relay in 2003...Voted the "Best Athlete" in winter sports by the Daily Hampshire Gazette in 2005...A two-year member of the National Honor Society who was ranked in the top-10 percent of her class.
Personal: The daughter of Cynthia and Daniel Majewski...Has two older sisters, Elizabeth and Amanda...Born August 18, 1988...Management major.
Coach's Comments: "Abby is the offensive leader on our team. She is a smart hitter who has quickened her footwork and will be our biggest offensive threat in her senior season."