2011 || Junior
In first extended action of the season, responded with six kills and six total blocks in the team’s straight-set victory over NJIT...hit .500 with no errors in that match against the Highlanders...previous season bests of two kills and two total blocks came at No. 18 Oklahoma...match season-best with three sets played at Ole Miss during conference-opening weekend...registered four total blocks in two sets against Kentucky...made first appearance in the starting line up against No. 23 Tennessee in front of the home crowd at Barnhill Arena...had a conference-season high with two kills at Georgia...picked up a solo block against No. 19 Florida in team’s home finale.
Prior to Arkansas
King began her collegiate career for Eastern Arizona College in Thatcher, Ariz. Following an impressive sophomore season in 2010, she was named to the NJCAA Division I All-American First Team, collected All-NJCAA Region I first-team honors and was selected as the ACCAC Player of the Year. King was also voted to the 2010 AVCA Two-Year College All-America Second Team. She led the ACCAC with her .405 hitting percentage and 1.22 blocks per set. She finished 22nd and 14th nationally in those categories, respectively. King also averaged 2.59 kills per set in 2010. As a freshman, she was also an All-ACCAC honorable mention performer and was second in the league with a .357 hitting percentage.
Born Oct. 1, 1989, Marci King is the middle of five children to Carey and Lucy King of Prescott, Ariz. She has two older siblings, Courtney and Chelsea, and two younger siblings, Kendal and Aubrey. While at Arkansas, King plans to major in sociology.