2017: Appeared in 76 sets across 24 matches for George Mason ... Second on the team in kills per set (2.50), points per set (2.80) and double-doubles (4)... Selected to Towson Invite All-Tournament Team after averaging 3.22 kills per set and posting three service aces... 11 matches of double-digit kills... Posted 12 kills vs. LIU Brooklyn (8/26)... Posted 10 kills, two service aces and three blocks vs. Presbyterian (8/26)... Had five straight matches of double-digit kills (9/15-9/24)... Season high 18 kills, 21.5 points and career high five blocks at La Salle (9/24)... 11 kills at Rhode Island (9/30)... 12 kills vs. GW (10/6)... Finished season with 190 kills, 10 service aces and 23 blocks (3 solo) for a total of 213 points...
2016: Played in 73 sets across 24 matches as a freshman for George Mason …featured in all but three contests in her debut season as a Patriot. Wells recorded a career-high 20 kills against Bucknell (Sept. 10)…career-high 6 aces against American (Aug. 27)…career-high 16 digs twice against Bucknell (Sept.10) and Bryant (Sept. 16)…career-high 3 blocks against Bucknell (Sept.10). Offensively, the outside hitter had 163 kills on the season, averaging 2.34 kills per set – which is second best for the Patriots. Defensively, the Topeka, Kansas native totaled 126 digs, averaging 1.87 digs per set…19 blocks, averaging 0.28 blocks per set…186 points, averaging 2.78 points per set. Wells was second-best on the team in service aces with 18.
Prep: A standout at Shawnee Heights, the outside hitter served 92% in each of her last two seasons with the Thunderbirds and compiled a total of 87 aces for the latter half of her high school career. Mikala showed off her defensive prowess as well by being the best non-libero digger for Shawnee Heights both as a junior and a senior. After contributing 277 kills, 252 digs and 53 acaes (fourth-best in Shawnee Heights history) in 2015, Mikala was named the Centennial League Player of the Year to cap off a memorable career and to earn her a spot in the 2016 Kansas Volleyball Association All-Star Match. In addition, the Topeka, Kan. native received four varsity letters each for basketball and track and field, where she continued representing the Thunderbirds in style. Wells was a 2015 All-Centennial League Honorable Mention in basketball and is Shawnee Heights' high jump record holder. She was a two-time high jump medalist at the Kansas University Relays (2013 and 2014) and a medalist in the 4x400 m relay at the same event (2013), contributing to she being named to the First Team All-Centennial League as a freshman, sophomore, and a senior.
Personal: Daughter of Bob and Coleen Wells and the youngest of four siblings.