Womens Volleyball

Stanford commit on, U.S. Girls Youth National Training Team

Date of competition: Thursday, June 20, 2019

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USA Volleyball announced its 24-player U.S. Girls Youth National Training Team that will compete for one of 12 spots to represent the United States at this year’s FIVB Girls’ U18 World Championship set for Sept. 5-14 in Cairo, Egypt:

Outsides and Opposites: Ally Batenhorst (Katy, Texas, Houston Juniors), Jade Demps (Raleigh, North Carolina), Natalie Glenn (Grapevine, Texas, TAV), Allison Jacobs (Stevenson Ranch, California, Legacy), Lindsay Krause (Papillion, Nebraska, Premier Nebraska), Emily Londot (Utica, Ohio, Mintonette Sports), Charitie Luper (Trophy Club, Texas, TAV), Jess Mruzik (Livonia, Michigan, Legacy), Elena Oglivie (Kapolei, Hawaii, Ku’ikahi/Stanford commit), Audra Wilmes (St. Paul, Oregon, North Pacific Juniors).

Middles: Tyrah Ariail (Plano, Texas, TAV), Carter Booth (Englewood, Colorado, Colorado Juniors), Caroline Crawford (Lansing, Kansas, Mid-America VBC), Allison Holland (Hilliard, Ohio, Elite VBTC), Devyn Robinson (Ankeny, Iowa, Iowa Powerplex), Jordyn Williams (Corinth, Texas, TAV).

Setters: Naomi Cabello (Clermont, Florida, Top Select), Scottee Johnson (Dayton, Ohio, Mintonette Sports), Kami Miner (Redondo Beach, California, Mizuno Long Beach), Kennedi Orr (Eagan, Minnesota, Mizuno Northern Lights).

Liberos: Sydney Reed (Glenelg, Maryland, Metro VBC), Lexi Rodriguez (Sterling, Illinois, Sports Performance), Hattie Monson (Morris, Illinois, Sports Performance), Sydney Taylor (Grove City, Ohio, Mintonette Sports).

posted by Rick Eymer on Jun 20, 2019 at 11:57 pm

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