North Suncoast: Volleyball recruiting update



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Thu. April 5, 2012 | Matt Baker | Email

Four more players from the NO NAME Volleyball Club have earned college scholarships, coach Doug Chinchar said Thursday morning.

They are:

Zoe Mannino, Springstead: The middle hitter earned a scholarship to Concordia College in New York. She rebounded from a knee injury to make the all-North Suncoast first team.

Lauren Powell, Nature Coast: The setter signed with the College of Central Florida after leading Hernando County in assists and ranking among the top seniors in the state in that category.

Courtney Crawford, Nature Coast: The outside hitter has a scholarship to the State College of Florida. She recorded 368 kills and 252 digs as a senior and was an all-North Suncoast first-team selection.

Kiersten Willenbacher, Gulf: The middle hitter earned a scholarship to Pensacola State College. She racked up 110 kills and 30 aces last season.

Previous signings and commitments from the club were: Bishop McLaughlin’s Jessica Johnson (Norfolk State), Nature Coast’s Michelle Doucet (Pensacola State), Springstead’s Allyson Schillinger (Philadelphia) and Springstead’s Megan Morrison (Alaska-Fairbanks).

Chinchar, the head coach at Bishop McLaughlin, runs the Land O’Lakes-based club with his wife, Sarah. Both were recruited as players and have recruited as college coaches.

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