Seven New Eagles To Join Volleyball Team This Fall

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 The Chadron State College is proud to announce that seven new volleyball players will be joining the team this fall.

Set to join the squad at the beginning of the volleyball season are four athletes from Colorado, one from Wyoming, one from Kansas, and one from Hawaii.

The four players joining the team from Colorado all originate from different parts of the state. They are defensive specialist Paige Boitz of Pueblo, outside hitter Amber Harvey of Centennial, middle hitter Madison Satterly of Delta, and setter Devyn Volz of Parker. Satterly spent last season at CSU-Pueblo, and Volz spent the last two seasons at Eastern Wyoming. 

The player joining the team from Kansas is setter Audrey Bennett of Lenexa, a graduate of Shawnee Mission Northwest High School.

The solo athlete from Wyoming is Maddison Wright, a middle hitter originating from Rawlins.

It is not often that Chadron State sees an athlete coming from the Aloha State, but the Hawaii native Aiyana Fujiyama, of Wahiawa,will be looking to put her skills to the test as a middle hitter

The Eagle volleyball team will start their season in Pueblo, Colorado against the University of Mary and Minnesota-Crookston on September 3rd. Their first home match will be against the Black Hills State Yellow Jackets on September 24th at 6 p.m. in the Chicoine Center.

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