As A Freshman (2016): Played in 90 sets across 25 matches, making one start … recorded the third-most digs on the team with 198 and delivered 40 assists with six service aces … led the team with 2.20 digs per set playing mostly at libero … produced nine games with 10 or more digs … registered a season-high 19 digs twice during her rookie season against Butler (Sept. 24) and Villanova (Nov. 4).
At Florida State: Participated in every spring match for the Seminoles, except for one, before transferring to St. John’s.
At Broadneck: Played four years on the varsity team and was captain of the squad for one year … graduated high school a semester early and was on the honor roll for every semester.
Off the Court: Born in Annapolis, Md. … daughter of John and Elizabeth Sanabia, who both were in the Navy … has two older brothers Nick (24) and John (20) … majoring in mathematics … hobbies include swimming, working out and going to St. John’s athletic events … an interesting fact about Sanabia is that she was on the North Baltimore Aquatic Club (NBAC) swim team for two years, the same swim team that 23-time Olympic gold medalist, Michael Phelps competed on … typical pre-game ritual includes blasting music … the most influential people in her athletic career are her brothers and parents … came to St. John’s because the coaching staff and other players were very welcoming … favorite quote is “Mind over matter.” … after St. John’s, she plans to attend graduate or medical school … favorite book is “White Fang” by Jack London … favorite food is sushi … favorite TV show is “The Office” … favorite movie is “The Wolf of Wall Street” … favorite professional athlete is Michael Phelps … favorite song is “Closer” by the Chainsmokers.