|Hometown:||Walla Walla, Wash.|
|High School:||Walla Walla HS '07|
|Previous College:||Arizona State|
2008 (Arizona State): Todorovich was an
intimidating presence at the net for the Sun Devils, as the
sophomore ranked 145th among all NCAA Division I players in blocks
per set with 0.99. She was also an impressive force to be reckoned
with on the offensive end, hitting at a .246 clip (165-67-399), the
third-best average on the Arizona State squad. Todorovich started
all 31 contests for Arizona State in 2008.
2007 (Arizona State): As a freshman, Todorovich ranked in the NCAA Division I ranks in two statistical categories, placing 178th in blocks per set (1.11) and 194th in hitting percentage (.294, 179-60-405). Her 2.18 kills per set average was the sixth-best on the team. Four times in 2007, Todorovich had at least 11 kills in a contest. She saw action in 27 matches and started 20 of those.
High School: At Walla Walla High School, Todorovich earned three varsity letters. She also played two years on the varsity basketball squad. Her sophomore season as a volleyball player, she earned second team All-Big Nine Conference accolades. She then attained first team all-league honors her junior and senior campaigns. Todorovich was also a second team All-State honoree her final year at WWHS. Her final two years there, she was named the team’s Most Valuable Player. She played club volleyball for Columbia juniors. Her parents are Terry and Donelda Todorovich, and she is a secondary education major. Her sister, Rachel, is a freshman on the Washington State volleyball squad.