2012: Earned 20 kills, three service aces, seven digs and two block assists in start versus Louisiana Tech (11/10) ... notched 18 kills, four service aces, 12 digs and one block assist in start versus UT Arlington (11/8) ... made 15 kills and 9 digs in start at Idaho (11/3) ... earned 23 kills, one service ace and five digs in start at New Mexico State (10/29) ... notched 12 kills, two digs and one block assist in start at UTSA (10/27) ... earned 12 kills, three service attacks, 12 digs and one block assist in start at Texas State (10/25) ... notched 10 kills, one service ace, six digs and one block assist in start versus Utah State (10/20) ... earned 20 kills and seven digs in start versus San Jose State (10/18) ... tallied eight kills, seven digs and one block assist in start at UT Arlington (10/13) ... earned 24 kills, 15 digs and two block assists in start during five-set match at Louisiana Tech (10/11) ... notched 22 kills, 17 digs and one block assist in start in five-set match vs Idaho (10/5) ...tallied 11 kills, one assist, one service ace, 10 digs and one block assist tart versus Texas State (9/29) ... notched 22 kills, one assist, two service assists, 10 digs and a block assist in start versus UTSA (9/27)... Earned 18 kills, 10 digs, and three aces in start at San Jose State (9/22) ... set school record with 31 kills and also provided 14 digs, three blocks, and one ace in start at Utah State (9/20) ... notched 15 digs, eight kills, three aces, and one block in start versus Denver (9/15) ... led team with 17 kills and eight aces while also adding 17 digs and three blocks in start versus New Mexico State (9/13) ... totaled 27 kills, 13 digs, four aces, and one block in start, five-set win versus Boise State (9/11) ... notched 12 digs, eight kills, and four blocks in start versus Long Beach State (9/8) ... tallied eight kills, five digs, one assist, and one ace in start at #7 Washington (9/6) ... earned five kills, two digs, and one ace in start against Alabama State (9/1) ... totaled four kills and four digs in start action as a sub at Washington State (8/31) ... tallied 12 kills, nine digs, four blocks, and two aces in start against Weber State (8/31) ... made UniWyo Wyoming Invite All-Tournament team ... lead team with 21 kills and eight digs in start at Wyoming (8/25) ... tallied 10 kills and nine digs in start against San Francisco (8/25) ... tallied 15 kills, nine digs, and three aces in start versus Eastern Washington (8/24) ... notched nine kills, eight digs, three serves, and two blocks in start against Presbyterian (8/24)
2011: Dill played in 25 matches, placing second on the team in kills and aces with 210 and 17, respectively ... she also tallied 105 digs and 27 total blocks on the year ... started at Saint Mary's (11/26), tallying two digs ... notched eight kills, seven digs, and four blocks in start at Pacific (11/25) ...earned five kills, three digs, and one block in start versus Portland State (11/10) ... started versus Cal State Bakersfield (11/5), notching 13 kills, three digs, two blocks, and two aces ... notched 20 kills, six digs, and three aces in start, win versus Cal State Bakersfield (11/4) ... started at Northern Colorado (10/29), tallying 10 kills, six digs, and four blocks ... notched 13 kills, 10 digs, and one block in start at UC Irvine (10/27) ... earned 13 kills, one dig, and one block in start at Sacramento State (10/21) ... started at Nevada (10/20), notching 12 kills, five digs, and one block ... tallied five kills, one solo block, and a dig in start at Montana State (10/16) ... notched 11 kills, three digs, and two aces in start at #23 Colorado State (10/6) ... earned 14 kills, nine digs, four blocks, and an ace in start, win at Boise State (10/4) ... tallied nine kills, five digs, and one block in start at UC Davis (9/17) ... started against Hofstra, claiming 12 kills, 11 digs, and three aces ... killed eight balls and added five digs in 3-0 win over Air Force (9/16) ... notched nine kills, eight digs, three total blocks, and one ace in five-set win over Gonzaga (9/14) ... started versus Fresno State (9/10), tallying six kills and four digs ... tallied eight kills and added three digs at Washington (9/8) ... appeared as a sub at Portland (9/6), tallying six kills ... started versus CSU Bakersfield (9/4) and tallied two kills ... saw time as a sub against Loyola Marymount (9/4) ... started at Oregon (9/2), tallying three kills, three digs, and one ace ... tallied five kills, three digs, and one total block in start at Portland State (8/31) ... started versus Washington State (8/27), earning 14 kills, two total blocks, and one ace ... made first 2011 appearance versus Santa Clara (8/26), tallying four kills and one block.
2010: Dill redshirted the 2010 season and did not play.
2009: Kaytlyn was a major part of the Redhawks offense, scoring 256 kills (3.2 per game) for the season, second on the team. She played in 80 games during the season. She was third on the team with 17 service aces, fifth in digs with 171, and finished with 27 total blocks. She had a breakthrough game against North Dakota on September 22, with 19 kills (a season high), 3 service aces (another season high), 10 digs, and 1 solo block. She earned double-digit kills in 12 matches over the season, and finished the September 13 match against Army with 6 total blocks.
2008: Kaytlyn finished the season with 314 kills, second-most on the squad and the ninth-most in a single season in school history. She reached double figures in kills 14 times, with a season-high 24 kills at Idaho State on October 31. She also earned 19 kills in back-to-back matches against Seattle Pacific and North Dakota. She was named to the All-Tournament Team at both the Dig For The Cure Classic and the National Transitions Challenge. She hit .591 (14-1-22) against Concordia University and .562 (10-1-16) at Savannah State. She also led the team with 39 service aces, with a season-high six aces against Bryant University on October 12 and against North Dakota on November 14.
High School: Kaytlyn was co-captain of the Lynnwood High School volleyball team in both her junior and senior seasons. She earned the award for Outstanding Female Athlete in 2008 and finished fourth in the Edmonds School District Scholar-Athlete of the Year competition. She also participated in basketball and track & field, setting the sophomore record for the girls' 110 hurdles.
Personal: Kaytlyn is the only daughter of Forrest and Mary Dill and has three brothers, including a foster brother from Sudan. Born September 21, 1989, she is majoring in liberal studies.