- 2016 CCSA All-Tourney
- 2017 CCSA All-Conference Team
- 2017 CCSA Pair of the Year
- Spring 2016 Athletic Director's Honor Roll
- Spring 2015 Athletic Director's Honor Roll
- Fall 2014 Athletic Director's Honor Roll
- Spring 2014 Dean's List
- Fall 2013 President's List
Named the CCSA's Pair of the Year alongside graduate transfer Chelsea Ross ... Unanimously selected to the CCSA All-Conference Team with Ross as well ... Posted an impressive 24-10 overall record competing exclusively with Ross in the No. 1 flight ... Became GSU's all-time dual wins leader on April 2 with her 79th career victory ... Finished her GSU career with 90 victories to rank first in program history ... Notched quality wins against Stetson, Florida State, South Carolina, LSU and FAU ... Took three of four matches in the CCSA Conference Tournament in Emerson, Ga. ... Invited to compete with Ross at the USAV Collegiate Beach Championships in Hermosa Beach, Calif. ... With Ross, notched wins over pairs from USC, South Carolina, LSU and St. Mary's en route to an appearance in the semifinal match on May 13.
Paired with Milani Pickering, Rohan strung together the winningest single-season in GSU history, going 29-6 while competing primarily in the No. 3 position for the Panthers… Rohan's 29 wins is tied for third-most in a single season for GSU, but the winning percentage of .829 in the best in school history… The duo secured points for GSU with wins against pairs from No. 3 Florida State, No. 7 Arizona, No. 8 Stetson and No. 9/10 FIU… Rohan and Pickering helped lead Georgia State to the championship match at the inaugural CCSA Tournament and was honored with a spot on the All-Tourney Team... At the NCAA Tournament, the pair once again came through for the Panthers, claiming a clutch, straight-set win over 6-seed Arizona's third pair.
Recorded 21 wins to just seven losses ... Owned 19-7 record with Natalie Wilson, playing majority of duals at No. 4 ... Went 2-0 with Nina Interwies ... Started season on eight-match win streak ... Earned victories over pairs from UAB, Stetson and Tulane while anchoring the second half of the GSU lineup ... Went 3-0 in pool play at Florida State Tournament on April 18.
Went 16-10 in freshman season ... Went 11-5 with Alexis Townsend ... Narrowly lost both times to Pepperdine in three sets with Townsend at fifth flight ... Recorded 3-1 record with Alexis Elmurr at the fifth flight ... Went 2-0 with Sarah Agnew at third and fourth flights ... Named to President's List in the fall and Dean's List in spring.
Four-year letterwinner in court volleyball at Totino-Grace ... Named conference MVP and team captain in 2012 ... Team was 2012, 2011 and 2010 conference champions ... Named one of the top 100 Seniors in Breakdown Magazine in 2012 ... Named all-conference in 2012 ... Named to both the Pioneer Press Team Honorable Mention and Ch. 12 Sports Jam Team Honorable Mention ... Was a 2010 all-conference honorable mention ... Set the school record for assists in a single season at 811 and career aces at 172 ... Took first place at the 2010 and 2011 USAV Jr. Hawkeye open in sand volleyball ... Finished in first place at the 2012 AAU Florida open ... Took second place at the 2012 CBVA Jr. Manhattan open ... Was also a two-year letterwinner in track and field ... Awarded an academic excellence award for cummulative GPA above 3.8 for four straight years ... Member of National Honor Society and academic all-state for four years.
Delaney Rohan was born on Jan. 23, 1995 in Minneapolis, Minn. ... Parents are Joseph and Deborah Rohan ... Mother played varsity volleyball at Winona State ... Has one brother, Connor ... Majoring in biology and wants to become a large animal veterinarian.