- Appeared in four matches and logged five sets in her freshman season on Rocky Top
- Made her collegiate debut at Missouri on Sept. 28, finishing with a season-high three assists and a kill
- Played two sets against Texas A&M on Oct. 3, finishing with two assists, three digs, and another kill
- Logged her sixth assist of the season against Alabama on Oct. 5
- Four-year letterwinner and two-year captain at Centennial High School in Corona, Calif.
- Two-time second team All-League during her freshman and sophomore seasons
- Two-time Big VIII All-League during her junior and senior seasons
- Three-time Big VIII Most Hustling Player
- Big VIII Hustling Player of the Year in her senior season
- IESportsNet.com Player of the Week (Nov. 4, 2013)
- Three-time scholar-athlete
- Three-time team MVP
- Was trained by Joy McKienzie-Fuerbringer and Sabrina Hernandez at the Mizuno Long Beach Volleyball Club, two collegiate All-Americans
- Member of the Mizuno Long Beach Volleyball Club that took the silver medal at the 14 Open Junior National Championships
- Placed in the top-10 of the nation in the 16 Open Junior National Championships with Mizuno Long Beach
- Intends to major in biology
- Chose to attend Tennessee because the school was everything she was looking for; the academics are the finest; the sports are the most competitive and the tradition of excellence. It felt like a second family.
- Chose to attend Tennessee over Alabama and South Carolina
- Says her biggest thrill in to be in the third set, tied and end up winning by two against a tough opponent
- Aspires to win an NCAA Championship
- Biggest sports influences are her family because without them she couldn't have made it as far.
- Has one sibling, Sara (22)
- Sabrina Tavakoli, the daughter of Maria and Ali Tavakoli, was born on April 30, 1996 in Corona, Calif.
- Recipient of the Blalock Family Scholarship Endowment