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2012 Playoff brackets and results (courtesy of NiAA)
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2011 Playoff brackets and results (courtesy of NIAA)
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Silver State Players in College
DIBlaike King, Carson, 2009 | Central Connecticut State
Callie Black, Fallon, 2009 | Holy Cross
Dama Cox, Yerington, 2009 | Weber State
Kim Naut, Galena, 2009 | Idaho State
Kayla Lommori, Yerington, 2009 | Santa Clara
Mysta Townsell, Douglas, 2010 | Chicago State
Elysse Virden, Carson, 2011 | Weber State
Mia Townsell, Douglas, 2011 | Chicago State
Cierra Lucich, Galena, 2011 | Illinois State
Shannon Ward, Fernley, 2011 | Iona University
Makenna Lommori, Yerington, 2012 | Central Connecticut State
Megan Mize, Whittell, 2012 | Nevada
Lindsay Compton, Portola, 2012 | Hartford
Darby Reeder, Whittell, 2012 | Oregon State
Annie Reiswig, Truckee, 2012 | Miami (Ohio)
DIICorey Phillips, Manogue, 2009 | Robert Wesleyan College
Danae Eckart, Carson, 2009 | Texas-Permian Basin
Megan Mitchell, Douglas, 2009 | Lees McRae
Alyssa Meihack, Fallon, 2010 | Western New Mexico
Matia Spencer, Dayton, 2010 | Chaminade University
Emily Byrne, Damonte, 2011 | Minot State
Brenna White, Douglas, 2011 | Mercy College
Jackie Harper, Douglas, 2011 | Notre Dame de Namurs
Shannon Dugan, Douglas, 2011 | Lynn University
Caitlyn Marsh, Fallon, 2011 | Claflin University
Keely Latham, Douglas, 2011 | University Of Charleston
Emily Garcia, Douglas, 2011 | Bentley University
Marissa Piccinini, Galena, 2012 | LeMoyne College
Olivia Emerson, Reed, 2012 | Felician College
Kellee Cranston, North Valleys, 2012 | Franklin Pierce
DIIIRachel Kaufer, South Tahoe, 2010 | Webster University
Kendra Krupp, Carson, 2010 | Methodist University
Christine DuPuis, Douglas, 2010 | Umass-Boston
Erin Allison, Douglas, 2011 | Marymount University
Kiersten Knoppel, Truckee, 2012 | Colorado College
NAIANikki Keller, Carson, 2009 | Southern Oregon
Katrina Spencer, Reed, 2010 | William Jessup
Tiffany Patrick, Sierra Lutheran, 2012 | Concordia (NE)
JCJeanette VanSickle, Carson, 2011 | Feather River College
McKenzie Kielty, Dayton, 2011 | Feather River College
Hailey Sclafani, Douglas, 2012 | Cabrillo College
Alexa Courcier, North Tahoe, 2012 | Santa Barbara City College
Helena Strauss, Douglas, 2012 | Feather River College
NJCAAJamie Darragh, Dayton, 2011 | Brevard Community College
Alex Roberts, Yerington, 2011 | Southwestern Oregon CC
Micaela Vowinkel, Carson, 2012 | Brevard Community College
Sarah Lushina, Carson, 2012 | Illinois Valley Community College
Complete list of SSVBC AlumniClick Here for the full list.
SSVBC in the News
Monica Kinight stars at Hofstra
Before every game, Monica Knight, the senior captain of the volleyball team, closes her eyes and visualizes the game for five minutes. Then, she leads her team onto the court and works her hardest to make sure those visions come true.
Cornell volleyball player Jordan Reeder was named the Ivy League Player of the Week for the first time in her career, as was announced this afternoon by the conference office.
Lees-McRae College's Megan Mitchell (5-3-0 overall, 1-0-0 conf.) has been selected as the NCAA Division II Conference Carolinas women's volleyball Player of the Week during week number three in the 2009 season.
Freshmen volleyball player Corey Phillips, Reno, NV, has been named the Rochester Area College Athletics Athlete of the Week after guiding the Raiders to a 3-1 record this past weekend at the Malone University Invitational Tournament.
The 18 Black team entered the tournament as the No. 11 seed and went undefeated over the two-day tournament to capture the championship.
Truckee’s Nikki Schneider and Yerington’s Kayla Lommori celebrating a point together? North Tahoe and Truckee volleyball standouts playing side by side?
Yes and yes. And with great success.
League champion Lewis-Clark State and the University of Great Falls each had three players on the First Team while Rocky Mountain College and Montana Tech each had two athletes on the First Team. Carroll College and Westminster College had one each.
California Pacific Conference champion Menlo College took the top two individual honors and placed three players to headline the all-conference women's volleyball first team, Commissioner Don Ott announced today.