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Alumni Midseason Update

By Andy Halaz, 10/18/17, 5:30PM CDT


HPSTL Alumni are making huge impacts during conference play

Alumni of the Week

Abby Ferguson of William Woods has led the Owls to a 7-0 start in conference and a 20-4 overall record while starting for them. She is second on the team in both hitting efficiency and blocks.

Cailey Bracken and Pamela Zuluaga of Mineral Area Community College are currently 29-0. Cailey  is a starting outside who is second on the team in kills, hitting efficiency, digs, and points. Pam is the starting setter and leads the team in assists.

Emmarose Neibert is the starting setter at Springhill College and has led her team to a 22-3 record overall and a 17-0 start in conference. She also leads her team in assists!

Class of 2017

Lacey Albers at William Jewell, Kait Bonsignore at Springfield College, Sydney Bullock at at William Woods, and Alex Dahm at Lewis and Clark CC have all seen regular playing time.  Allie Kennebeck has helped Westminster to a 13-2 conference record and Nilah Roy continues to start at Kentucky Wesleyan.

Casey Cepicky and Alyssa Yochum continue to start for the University of Southern Indiana. Kennedy Cordia has earned a starting spot for the Billikens, and since doing so has helped SLU begin to win some matches. During her starting stretch, she is second in aces and digs. Hannah Flowers continues to lead Memphis in points, kills, kills/set, and is third in blocking. Erin Hoener is first in blocking and points, and second in kills and kill% at Manhattan College.

Katriah Johnson is attacking at a .307 clip on the year for Murray State, Sam Kruse is second in kills and blocks for Webster, Leketor Member-Meneh leads Mizzou in kills/set, and Elle Russel starts for the McKendree Bearcats, who are undefeated in conference.

Class of 2016

Emma Berthold continues to start for Truman State, Natalie Hecht and Kelly Wilson continue to lead Missouri Baptist to a 23-6 record. Kelly is third on the team in blocks/set. Mikayla Kuhlman is second in kills and kills/set for SEMO, while Mackenzie Steckler leads Western Illinois in points, kills, blocks, and is second on the team in hitting percentage.

Class of 2015

Kat Aliano helped Johnson County Community College to a solid season, while Lauren FlowersKenzie Harness, and Ambria Whitlock see regular playing time at Missouri S&T, Kentucky Wesleyan, and Truman State respectively. 

Kristen Brugere leads Tennessee Tech in digs as their starting libero, Morgan Gresham is 3rd on the team in scoring for Loyola Chicago, and Margaret Guignon leads Washington and Lee in blocks while propelling them to a 7-1 conference record.

Madison Haake continues to start at setter for USC Upstate. She leads the team in assists and aces, while being second on the team in digs. Mallory Moran continues to start for Texas A&M Corpus Christi, Stef Richterkessing is second in digs and points at William Jewell. Ellie Watkins is still the starting setter at Arkansas State and leads the team in assists. 

Class of 2014

Maisy Bowden has seen some quality playing time for the 14-6 Illinois Wesleyan team, while Jozlynn Brooks is a starter for the 14-15 University of Northwestern Ohio Racers. Jade Sanlin and Lauren Corby have helped Arkansas Pine Bluff to their best conference start in recent years. Jade and Lauren both start, while Lauren is second on the team in points, kills, blocks, and aces!

Savannah Fillion continues to lead the University of St. Marys in kills, while Rose Griffin has twice as many kills as anyone on her Knox College squad. Rose also leads the team in hitting efficiency. Jamie Livaudais continues to start at Bradley, while Hannah Marshall is second in kills and points while helping Westminster College to a 13-2 conference record. 

Kristin Sazama has led Missouri Valley to a 25-5 record through her starting setter role. Kristi Piedimonte has helped the Kennesaw State Owls to a first place record in conference by leading the team in aces and assists. She has also found time to visit former teammate Gabbie Wiley at Louisville. Gabbie is a starting DS for the Cardinals, who are 13-5 overall and 7-1 in the ACC.

Gabbie Wiley and Kristi Piedimonte join up for a quick pic