KC Power announces registration for the 2015 Spring Break Volleyball clinics.
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Clinics fill up quickly, so, please sign up early.
Coach Gwenn Pike announces the 2015 Bishop Miege Volleyball Clinics.http://www.bishopmiege.com/s/100/start.aspx
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PrepVolleyball has announced their 2015 Senior Aces, recognizing the top 100 seniors nationally.
Congratulations to KC Power 18-1 Madison Duello, #9, 6-2 OH, Liberty (Missouri), KC Power – Wisconsin
So smooth and fluid, Duello puts her hand on the ball as well as anyone in this class. Her great arm and hand contact mean very few hitting errors and she has an arsenal of shots she uses to score with, whether she’s hitting from a pin or the back row. Duello is a complete player who blocks with more than elbows over the tape and covers a lot of ground in the back row on serve receive and left-back defense. Duello, whose transition to a more competitive club this past season helped elevate her game even more, has an unbelievable volleyball I.Q. and a refreshing willingness/desire to get better every time she steps on the court. Her competitive mindset, leadership potential and coachability are other assets that could get her on the court early at Wisconsin, where she has committed.
PrepVolleyball has announced the 2015 finalists for the Andi Collins Award, which recognizes the top senior setters in the nation.
Congratulations to Power 18-1 setter Lindsey Benson, 6-2 S, Olathe East
Olathe, Kansas – A member of both the 6A All-State and All-State Tournament teams, Benson recorded 1,153 assists, 73 kills, 149 digs, 56 aces and 39 blocks as the Hawks repeated their Kansas state championship in Class 6A.
Prepvolleyball announces the 2015 Senior Player of the Year Candidates. Congratulations to KC Power 18-1 Finalists:
Madison Duello, 6-3 OH, Liberty (Missouri) – A top senior recruit headed to Wisconsin, Duello’s superior all-around game propelled the Blue Jays to an undefeated regular season and a berth in the Missouri Class 4 State Tournament, where they finished fourth. The Missouri Gatorade POY, Duello recorded 546 kills, 239 digs, 53 blocks and 23 aces. She was named First Team All-State.
Lindsey Benson, 6-2 S, Olathe East (Olathe, Kansas) – A member of both the 6A All-State and All-State Tournament teams, Benson recorded 1,153 assists, 73 kills, 149 digs, 56 aces and 39 blocks as the Hawks repeated their Kansas state championship in Class 6A.