Signing Day 2023: Part 3
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This will be the final edition of highlighting the athletes who signed a national letter of intent. Since I had a few more tag me, I want to make sure to recognize their accomplishment. Sophia Bond Sophia Bond 5'7" |…
This will be the final edition of highlighting the athletes who signed a national letter of intent. Since I had a few more tag me, I want to make sure to recognize their accomplishment.
– St. Thomas Aquinas > Lehigh
Bond completed her high school career as a state runner-up and a state champion and will head to Lehigh to continue her education and volleyball career. She was steady for Aquinas over the years, contributing as a key setter in her first two years before settling in as a defender.
– St. Joseph Academy > Missouri
The pin will stay in the state and compete for the Missouri Tigers in 2024 after signing her letter of intent. She capped off another great year by earning all-state honors.
– Maize South > Wichita St.
Just like Morrissey, Morrow will stay pretty close to home competing for the Shockers of Wichita State next season. She leaves Maize South with over 1,100 kills in her high school career.
– Lawrence > New Mexico
Brewer finished her last year averaging over 4 kills per set for Lawrence. She will be heading to Albuquerque to play for the Lobos of New Mexico.
– Baldwin > Brown
Extremely smart and athletic, Afonja will be heading Ivy and studying at Brown University. She capped off a strong high school career with close to 6 kills per set.
– Spring Hill > Washburn
The Spring Hill pin will journey to Topeka to play for Washburn University. She will join a program that experienced national tournament success in the last couple of seasons.
Margot Randall – St. Teresa’s > Villanova
The 6’1″ Randall will play at Villanova next fall. Her numbers increased every season for the Stars.
Riley Filmore – Fort Osage > Mid-American Nazarene
Filmore will join a Mid-American team that reached the NAIA tournament last season.
Emma Hoing – Quincy Notre Dame > Maryville
The Illinois resident, we feature because she has been a joy to follow over the years playing for Missouri-based Rockwood Thunder . Hoing will play for Maryville University.
– Blue Valley > Purdue
One of the top defenders in the country will head to the Big Ten and play for Purdue.