2022 | Graduate
Started in all but four matches on the season… 2022 SEC Community Service Team honoree… Led the Hogs in total blocks in 10 matches and had 90 on the season… 1.02 blocks per set was second-best on the team and just the second Hog since 2016 to put up over a block per set in a season… Had 5+ blocks in seven matches, including a season high of seven at Auburn on Nov. 26… Recorded two matches with a pair of solo blocks and set a new career single season high of 10… Notched a season high six kills in three matches, including against No. 8 Washington and No. 19 Kentucky… Had a 2022 high .750 hitting percentage against No. 8 Washington on Aug. 26 with six kills and no errors on eight swings… 2022 College Sports Communicators Academic All-District
2021 | Graduate
One of just three Hogs to play in every set and match of the season (116 sets, 31 matches)… Set new career season highs in her first year at Arkansas in kills (122), attempts (357), aces (two), digs (43), block assists (96) and total blocks (99)… Led the Hogs on the season in block assists with 96… Top blocker for Arkansas in 14 matches… Registered at least five blocks in eight matches
Most recently helped lead Kansas State to a 13-8 record over the course of the 2020-21 season, finishing 10-6 in the Big 12 conference. The Wildcats finished third in the Big 12, its highest conference finish since 2008. In 2020, Archibong earned Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week after she tallied a career-high 10 total blocks in the Wildcats’ comeback win over West Virginia, the first double-digit block effort by a Wildcat since the 2018 season. Registered 12 multiple-block appearances, seven matches with five or more blocks. She finished the two-part season with 62 blocks, good for a season average of 1.09 blocks per set. Offensively, Archibong also recorded a career-high 12 kills against Baylor on Nov. 20 of the fall slate, she closed out the 2020-21 campaign with 1.49 kills per set and a .327 hitting percentage.
Archibong was accepted into Arkansas’ occupational therapy graduate program and will begin her masters’ journey on the Hill. At Kansas State, she was a two-time Academic All-Big 12 First Team honoree (2019, 2020) and four-time Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll member.