Sand Volleyball

Betsi Metter
Betsi Metter


Phoenix, Ariz.

High School:
Phoenix Desert Vista HS




Keil-Metter Head to AVCA Sand National Championships

Litara Keil and Betsi Metter will represent LMU at the AVCA Sand National Championships.


No. 8 Lions Fall to No. 1 USC in Pac-12 Invitational Team Championship

LMU beat Arizona and CSU Bakersfield before falling to USC in the Team Championship.


Keil-Metter Reach Gold Semifinals

Litara Keil and Betsi Metter reached the semifinals of the Gold bracket.


Lions Upset #6 UCLA

The LMU sand volleyball team upset #6 UCLA on Thursday at USC.


Lions Split First Two Home Sand Volleyball Matches

LMU hosted Long Beach State and Cal State Northridge for the first time in program history.


A pair of Lions were named to the U21 USA Beach National Training Team.

Betsi Metter and Litara Keil were named to the USA U21 Beach Training Team.


Interviews during USC match

Interviews during USC match


SVB | LMU vs. Arizona State

LMU hosts a Sand Volleyball match on April 17


LMU Sand Volleyball - USAV Beach Challenge

LMU Sand Volleyball - USAV Beach Challenge


We Are LMU Lions

A campaign in support of the Lions Athletic Fund, benefiting the LMU Student-Athlete

Betsi Metter is in her fourth season with LMU volleyball... named West Coast Conference Defensive Player of the Year in 2011 before taking home Co-Defensive Player of the Year honors in 2012... garnered honorable mention All-West Coast Conference honors as a sophomore and junior... enters the 2013 season needing just 132 digs to set the LMU program record for career digs... averaging 3.90 digs per set in her career, second in LMU history... enters her senior season ranked sixth in LMU history in aces per set (.35) and tied for eighth in service aces (116)...

2012... named West Coast Conference Co-Defensive Player of the Year and honorable mention All-WCC... DoubleTree LA Westside Invitational All-Tournament... served as LMU's starting libero and appeared in all 31 matches... led the team and finished second in the WCC and 108th in the nation in digs with 520 at a rate of 4.56 per set... the 4.56 digs per set rank third in LMU history for a single season, while the 520 digs rank fourth... served up a team-best 40 aces at a rate of .35 per set to finish third in the WCC and 61st in the nation... managed season-high 30 digs at #23 Pepperdine on October 25...managed three aces and 22 digs at San Francisco on November 17... posted 60 digs at a rate of 6.67 digs/set over the first three matches of the year... managed a match-best 28 digs against UC Santa Barbara on August 25 - the second-most in a three-set match for LMU since 1998... served-up five aces against Santa Clara on October 11... posted double-digit digs in all but four of the 31 matches played... had 20 or more digs in 10 matches...

2011... named West Coast Conference Defensive Player of the Year after posting a conference-best 538 digs at a rate of 4.89 per set... garnered honorable mention All-West Coast Conference honors as a sophomore while also claiming a spot on the All-Academic squad... the 538 digs and 4.89 digs per set were good enough to rank second in LMU's single-season record book... served-up 42 aces at a rate of 0.38 per set to place third in the WCC... was named WCC Player of the Week on October 31 - the only Libero lauded by the WCC throughout the season... took home LMU Most Improved Athlete of the Year at the annual Iggy Awards banquet... managed a season-best 34 digs against UC Santa Barbara on October 7, placing ninth in LMU's record book for a single match... posted double-digit digs in all but four of the 30 matches played... had 20 or more digs in 10 matches... notched a season-best five service aces against Gonzaga on October 29...

2010... made an immediate impact as a freshman, appearing in 112 sets and all 30 matches... collected 20 kills and 28 assists... served-up 34 aces at a rate of .30 per set to place second on the team and fifth in the conference... notched 251 digs at a rate of 2.24 per set, placing third on the team... recorded three block assists... posted a season-best six kills twice, including at Gonzaga on November 11... took a season-high 25 attacks in that same match... served-up a season-best four aces twice... posted a season-best 22 digs at BYU on September 10... recorded 124 digs in WCC play at a rate of 2.48 per set, ranking second on the team in that category... nine of her 34 aces came against WCC foes...

A 2010 graduate of Desert Vista High School in Phoenix, Ariz... was a four-year varsity letterwinner playing for Molly West... served as team captain in her final two seasons... named All-City as a junior and senior... took home All-State honors in each of her final two campaigns... left high school owning five Desert Vista school records, including that for career kills at 1,317... selected 2008 Southeast Valley Player of the Year and Desert Vista Female Athlete of the Year... led the state of Arizona and was second in the nation in digs with 708 as a junior... finished 13th in the nation that same year with 462 kills en route to one of her two All-Central Region selections... twice garnered a spot on the Arizona Republic All-Arizona Top-Six Team, a list of Arizona's top-six players regardless of school size... served as captain and MVP of the USA High Performance Championship Team in 2008... on the beach, was a member of the USA Beach Youth National Training Team, and took first place at the AAU National Beach Championships in 2009 for the U18 division... earned a first-place finish at the USA Volleyball Junior Olympic Beach Championships for the U14 division in 2006...

Betsi Drew Metter was born August 13, 1992, in Huron, S.D... daughter of Tammy and Tim Alme, and the late Drew Metter... has two sisters, Sarah and Sophia, and a brother, Roy... also recruited by Concordia, Boise State, UC Riverside, Nebraska, Utah, Northern Arizona, Arizona and Arizona State, but chose LMU because of the great combination of academics and volleyball, the coaches, and the location... a natural science major.


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