Wednesday, November 19, 2008

7 Schools Signees, Tan Growing, St. Paul All Conference

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BIG 10
Michigan has signed 2 players
6-0 setter Catherine Yager of St. Michael-Albertville (#41 nationally)
6-3 outside hitter Amanda Yerke of Walled Lake Northern, MI

Indiana has signed 4 players
6-2 MH/OH Kathleen Donehue of South Lyon, MI
RH Shawn Hindman of Houston, TX
6-2 RH Kelci Marschall 0f New London, OH
H Sam Thrower of Sycamore, IL

BIG 12
Iowa State has signed 4 players
6-2 MB Jamie Straube of Johnson County Central, NE (#22 in the Country)
6-0 S Alison Landwehr of Parkway West, MO (#24)
6-3 MB Hannah Johnson of Ankeny, IA (#63)
5-7 L Annie Meyer of Canyon Creek Christian, TX

North Dakota has signed Veronica Munkeby of Lisbon, ND

Denver has signed 3 players
DS Lyndi Johnson of Flower Mound Marcus, TX
Faimie Kingsley of Hotchkiss, CT
Brianna Zimlich of Fort Collins Poudre, CO

Portland has signed 2 players
5-9 OH Kate Bostwick of Pendleton, OR
6-1 MH Ariel Usher of Glencoe, OR

Upper Iowa has signed 6-1 MB Maryn Fulton of Fairfield, IA.

BIG 10
The Gophers' Christine Tan is "growing into her role" according to a feature on the Big 10 conference site.

Setter Alisha Glass of Penn State is the AVCA National player of the week. This is the third time in her career she has received the honor.

North Dakota finished their first year in the move to D1 24-8.

North Dakota's Annika Smed (Albert Lea) had a strong first season for the Fighting Sioux. From the Albert Lea Tribune.

Here is the St. Paul All Conference list:
Katie Reavely (12), Arlington
Ellen Senf (11), Central
Yadira Sevilla (12), Central
DaVeen Trentman (11), Central
Brittany Cortez (12), Como Park
Eva Nievinski (12), Harding
Kashia Shiong (11), Harding
Ellie Erickson (11), Highland Park
Kara Laird (12), Highland Park
Kody Johnson (11), Highland Park
Katie Larocque (12), Humboldt
Allie Freyberger (12), Johnson
Hannah McKinney (12), Johnson
Ia Ong Her (12), Arlington
Meghan Roegge (11), Central
Lynndaia Chevre (11), Como Park
Lynesha Caron (11), Harding
Jordan Engel (12), Humboldt
Ayana Hicks (12), Humboldt
Jasmine Clark (10), Johnson
Olamide Fadahunsi (10), Johnson
Sompos Nhul (10), Johnson
Sharissa Williams (12), Johnson
COACH OF THE YEAR: Kathleen Kramer, Highland Park

If you have an all conference list go to my profile and send it in and I will get it up.

Morris has their season reviewed in the Morris Sun Times.

Emily McDonough was named MVP for Stillwater. From the Stillwater Gazette.

Next up: tomorrow or when news breaks