Tabitha Visk
Tabitha Visk


Salem, Wis.

High School:
Westosha Central





Redbirds Fall to Northern Iowa in Semifinal

Brooklyn Hlafka led Illnois State with a .545 hitting percentage


Redbirds Dominate Bluejays in Quarterfinal

The fifth-seeded Illinois State volleyball team defeated fourth-seeded Creighton.


Three Redbirds Earn Valley Scholar-Athlete First Team

Illinois State seniors Tabitha Visk and Kristin Stauter and sophomore Shannon McGlaughlin were named to the Missouri Valley Conference Scholar-Athlete First Team.


ISU Falls to Missouri State in Season Finale

Tabitha Visk, Kristin Stauter and Laura Wakefield were honored following the game for their contributions the past four years


Wichita State Sweeps Redbirds

McGlaughlin leads Redbirds with 12 kills.

Senior Year (2011)
Appeared in 29 matches and 100 sets ... led the team in blocks per set (.90), ranked second in total blocks (90.0) and hitting percentage (.224) and fourth in kills (180) ... recorded double-digit kills in five matches ... marked a season-high 15 kills, .500 hitting percentage, and 18.5 points against Western Illinois (9/7) ... tallied a season-high six digs two times ... posted hitting percentages above .350 in nine matches ... posted nine total blocks and seven block-assists against UAB (9/2) ... named to the MVC Scholar-Athlete First Team.

Junior Year (2010)
Appeared in all 33 matches, starting 31 ... played in 106 sets ... led the team in hitting percentage (.278), blocks (98) and block assists (87) ... ranked second in kills (253) and third in service aces (29) ... recorded double-digits kills in 10 matches ... recorded multiple blocks in 23 matches .. registered a hitting percentage above .400 in 12 matches ... had 13 kills and just one error for a hitting percentage of .632 against Miami (9/18) ... had a season-high nine blocks (all assisted) against DePaul (9/18) ... registered a career-high 21 kills (the first 20-kill match of her career) against Drake (10/2) ... named to the MVC Scholar-Athlete First Team ... named to the CoSIDA/ESPN Academic All-District V First Team.

Sophomore Year (2009)
Appeared in all 29 matches and 105 sets ... ranked second on the team in kills (251) and points (294.0) and third in kills per set (2.39) and blocks (58) ... tied for the team lead in solo blocks (10) ... had double-digit kills in 12 matches ... started the season with four-straight double-digit kill matches with 15 against UT Arlington (8/29) and Loyola (9/1) and 10 against Gardner-Webb (8/28) and Oral Roberts (8/28) ... named to the Redbird Classic All-Tournament team ... had a career-high 16 kills against Wake Forest (9/5) and at Southern Illinois (10/2) ... recorded a season-best six blocks against Creighton (9/26) ... Missouri Valley Conference Scholar-Athlete First Team selection ... CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District V First Team selection.

Freshman Year (2008)
Appeared in 19 matches ... led ISU freshmen in kills (63), kills per set (1.12), blocks (50) and points (96.5) ... logged eight kills over the first three games of the year ... recorded a career-high three service aces against Northern Illinois (9/2) ... recorded eight kills in three-straight matches against Northern Iowa (10/25), Missouri State (10/31) and Wichita State (11/1) ... recorded a career-high 10 kills on 19 swings for a .368 hitting percentage against Evansville (11/22).

Prior To ISU
Three-year letterwinner ... played in 115 games as a senior and served as team captain ... nabbed first-team all-state, all-conference and All-Kenosha County honors ... was named the Lakeshore Conference Player of the Year ... was a "Today's Teen" Scholar-Athlete selection ... as a junior, led her team to a state championship, and was an all-state honorable mention selection ... Westosha Central was also crowned conference, regional and sectional champions ... in the sectional semifinals, had 11 kills on 11 attempts for a flawless 1.000 single-match hitting percentage ... named a scholar-athlete ... as a sophomore, led her team to conference, regional and sectional titles, and a berth in the state tournament quarterfinals after appearing in 115 games ... named a scholar-athlete and was Westosha Central's Most Improved Player ... played club volleyball for the Wisconsin Juniors.

Tabitha Rae Visk ... born March 14, 1990 ... daughter of Larry and Bianca Visk ... two brothers (Scott and Matt) ... one sister (Chelsea) ... was the 2008 Westosha Central valedictorian ... majoring in family and consumer science.

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