|ASU Volleyball Adds Sullivan and McRee|
JONESBORO, Ark. (4/12/12) – Arkansas State head women’s volleyball coach David Rehr announced that Pittsburg State University middle blocker Kelsey Sullivan and Uvalde High School senior Hannah McRee have signed National Letters of Intent to continue their careers at Arkansas State.
Sullivan (6-1) was a two-year player for the Gorillas and played in 18 matches in 2011. She finished the year with 74 kills, a 1.42 kills per set average, 34 digs and 21 blocks.
In 2010 she started 15 of PSU’s 32 matches and averaged 1.60 kills per set and finished fifth on the team with 176 kills. She also added 57 blocks, which was fourth best on the team.
She attended St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Kansas where she led her team to a state championship in her junior season. She was named to the Kansas All-State Tournament in junior and senior years and spent seven years playing club volleyball.
“Kelsey brings collegiate experience to our program,” Rehr said. She will bring much needed depth to our middle blocker position.”
McRee, a 6-3 middle block and outside hitter, joins the Red Wolves after a successful career at St. Thomas Aquinas High School she was an all-district 28-4A team selection.
“Hannah is a talented volleyball player who can play multiple positions,” Rehr said. “I am excited to see her compete in a Red Wolves Jersey”
She averaged 4.70 kills per game and finished the 544 kills during her senior season. She had a hitting percentage of .330 and 24 assists and 42 aces. At the net she 104 solo blocks and 24 block assists.