Kaylie Phelps is finishing her prep volleyball career playing on the hardwood for the Windsor Wizards.

Her college career, however, will come on sand. The 5-foot-8 senior outside hitter has committed to play collegiate beach volleyball for the Master's University in Santa Clarita, California.

Phelps is one of seven seniors guiding the Class 4A No. 3 ranked Wizards undefeated start — the high school volleyball season was moved from fall to spring this year because of the pandemic.

Phelps led all Windsor players with 59 kills through the first six games of the season. She's this week's Townsquare Media High School MVP.

Phelps has been playing on varsity since she was a freshman and especially emerged last season with 209 kills and serving 29 aces.

Phelps sat down for a Q&A on the season so far:

Q&A: Kaylie Phelps, Windsor High

Q&A: Andrew Seest, Fort Collins High School

Q&A: Cora Schissler, Platte Valley High School

Q&A: Breanna Fowler, Berthoud High School

Q&A: Amelia Solt, Thompson Valley

Q&A: Aiden Badalamenti, Rocky Mountain High

Q&A: Jase Bessire, Highland High School

Q&A: Olivia Reed, Windsor High School

Q&A: Brock Mishak, Fossil Ridge High School

Q&A: Zack Rakowsky, Loveland

Q&A: Ethan Florez, Eaton

Q&A: Tanner Applebee, Resurrection Christian

Q&A: Tyler Kubat, Fossil Ridge

Q&A: Loveland QB Garrett Harstad

Q&A: Dax Polka, Windsor High School

Q&A: Jack Nauman, Heritage Christian

Q&A: Fossil Ridge Pitcher Nikki McGaffin