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Alumni Making Big Impacts From Week 1!

By AndyHalaz, 08/28/17, 7:00PM CDT

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Division III

The 2017 alumni started off the D1 season making waves! Hannah Flowers led Memphis in points, points/set, kills, and kills/set. Erin Hoener led Manhattan in kills, blocks, and hitting efficiency. Leketor led Mizzou in kills and points, and Kennedy Cordia helped SLU with her wicked serve.

Mikayla Kuhlman, a 2016 alum, led SEMO in kills and kills/set. The 2015 Alum were out in full force as Madison Haake led USC Upstate in service aces, assists, and was 2nd in digs. Morgan Gresham led Loyola Chicago in service aces, while Kristen Brugere started as a DS for Tennessee Tech and Mallory Moran put together a solid weekend for Texas A&M Corpus Christi.


Mikayla Kuhlmann smashes another kill


Hannah Flowers rises high for the block


Leketor rises high

The collegiate senior group, made up of HPSTL's Class of 2014 also started off the season strong. Gabbie Wiley led Louisville in service aces, Kristi Piedimonte led Kennesaw State in assists, and Jamie Livaudais was second in kills and blocks for Bradley. Lauren Corby and Jade Sanlin also saw time for Arkansas Pine Bluff.

NAIA and JuCo

Missouri Baptist started off the year with some stellar play behind sophomore Kelly Wilson's .250 hitting % and .67 blocks per set and Natalie Hecht's defensive play. Kristen Sazama led Missouri Valley in assists and aces, while Abby Ferguson started at William Woods. Jozlyn Brooks saw some playing time at the University of Northwestern Ohio as did Savannah Fillion at the University of St. Mary's.

2016 alumni Pamela Zuluaga and Cailey Bracken helped Mineral Area Community College to a 4-0 start at the Junior College level. DII and DIII teams start play next weekend!