2020 | Sophomore
Did not appear in any fall matches, appeared in 13 of 14 in the spring for 46 sets… finished the season with 2.52 kills per set on 116 total with a .224 hitting percentage… was crucial in Arkansas’ 3-1 win over LSU (Feb. 18), tallying 10 kills, six digs and eight blocks… recorded a season-high 16 kills on an impressive .378 hitting percentage on night two in Baton Rouge (Feb. 19)… had a career-high .500 hitting percentage (11-2-18) vs South Carolina (March 20).
2019 | Freshman
Appeared in 103 sets as a six-rotation player and started in 19 of 30 matches… recorded 246 kills for 2.39 kills per set…. Was second on the team in attacks (747), kills and service aces (26)… Led the Razorbacks with 10 solo blocks – all tallied against SEC opponents, had two multiple solo block performances against Ole Miss (Nov. 22) and Mississippi State (Oct. 20)… Tallied 12 matches with double-digit kills and recorded a season high 20 kills against NC State (Sept. 20)… Finished with five double-doubles and led the Hogs in kills three matches, aces in ten matches and digs in five matches.
Attended Kimberly High School and graduated in 2019 playing under head coach Carrie Knutson…. as a three-year varsity starter for Knutson, Cartwright recorded 438 kills and helped lead her team to the state championship two consecutive years and finished as conference champs two straight years as well… In 2017 she earned 1st Team All-Conference and Honorable Mention All-Area. Cartwright also played six seasons for the FC Elite Wisconsin and competed at nationals in 2014.
Born Margaret Wolf Cartwright in October of 2000, she is the daughter of Katie Cartwright and has three siblings: Kathryn, Michael and Matthew. Maggie plans on majoring in biology to be a nurse practitioner after college. She chose Arkansas because she like the coaching staff…. when she’s not playing volleyball she enjoys painting… besides playing volleyball in high school, she also lettered in basketball and track.