Darian Mack is a zone 4 receive who also has experience playing in zone 2. She played college volleyball for University of Kentucky 2014-2017. In her senior season they were ranked as high as #6 in the nation and finished in the final 8 of the NCAA tournament. In 2017 they won the Southeastern Conference and Darian played a big role in their success. Her sophomore season she led the team in kills (363) and points (408). In her first 3 years she played as a leftside hitter (zone 4) and her final year she played as an opposite (zone 2).
2014/15/16/17 NCAA tournament Apperance
2017- NCAA tournament Elite 8
2017- Southeastern Conference Championship
2015- 1st leading scorer kills ( 363)
2015 – 1st leading scorer points ( 408.0)
2015 – 2nd leading scorer digs ( 229)
2015- Shocker Classic All tournament team
2016- 3rd leading scorer kills ( 267)
2016 (Junior): Appeared in every match during the 2016 season, starting the first 13 matches and appearing in 103 of 106 sets … Recorded 267 kills, third-highest on the team … Averaged 2.59 kills per set … Led team in kills in three matches … Led team in hitting percentage in two matches … Led team in blocks in one match … Recorded 20 kills, a career high, against Purdue … Earned her season high of 10 digs at Purdue, earning her a double-double … Hit double-digit kill numbers in nine matches, including 11 in the NCAA Tournament against Colorado State … Posted 17 terminations against Marquette on 35 swings for a .371 hitting percentage … Recorded nine kills on just 14 swings, tying a career best for a .571 hitting percentage at Tennessee … Also hit .571 with nine kills in win against South Carolina.