Appeared in 109 games as a junior last season and was second on the team with 334 kills while hitting a team-best .224 with 53 total blocks ... her 19 block solos led the Colonials ... played in 43 games and started nine matches as a sophomore in `06 where she registered 87 kills, 12 total blocks (3 solo, 9 assisted) and 99.5 points ... named to GW's Athletic Dept. Dean's List (Spring `06, Fall `06) and the A-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll (Fall `06) ... in March 2007, she joined teammates Jess Buche and Maggie Wright in an Alternative Spring Break to New Orleans where she helped rebuild houses damaged by Hurricane Katrina in the city's upper 9th Ward as part of the Habitat for Humanity effort ... appeared in seven games as a freshman in `05 and recorded two kills without an error in 10 attempts for a .200 attack percentage.
Totalled 594 kills during her junior and senior seasons at Holy Name H.S. under coach Rick Fidler ... named Most Improved Player, All-Division, and All-State her senior season ... lettered in softball and captained the basketball team ... will add depth at the outside ... she ranked 22nd out of 116 students in her senior class and carried a 3.6 GPA ... scored 1260 on the SAT ... member of her high school honor roll all four years and a member of the National Honor Society.
Born June 16, 1987, in Reading, Pennsylvania ... full name is Elizabeth Grace Moult ... daughter of John and Kathy Moult ... has three older brothers, J.J. (28), Andy (26) and Greg (23) and one younger sister, Sarah (14) ... senior co-captain of GW's Athlete Mentor Program (AMP) which helps freshmen adjust to GW and it's culture ... represents the volleyball team on GW's Student-Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC) as community service co-director (along with Abby Syverson) in charge of researching and organizing community service opportunities ... also is A-10 Conference representative to the NCAA and is active in the Global Med Relief Program ... hobbies include music, interior design, modeling, sharks and tutoring ... plans to pursue a marketing career in the DC area. Major: marketing with a minor in exercise science.