Three Lebanon Volleyball Players Make College Decisions

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Three Lebanon girls’ volleyball players recently made commitments to continue their academic and athletic careers in college. Lebanon finished 23-2 overall and was champions of the GWOC-South division with a 4-0 league record.


Three Lebanon girls’ volleyball players recently made commitments to continue their academic and athletic careers in college.

Junior middle hitter MacKenzy Harper has orally committed to play at Auburn.
Harper, a Division I third-team all-state selection last season, also considered Miami (Ohio), Ball State and Cal Poly among others.

Harper, the Greater Western Ohio Conference-South division player the year the past two seasons, had 209 kills, 44 aces and 245 digs in 2007.

Junior middle hitter Kendle Rollins has orally committed to play at Liberty University. Rollins, who was first-team all-league her junior year, had 177 kills and 33 aces.

Senior Alley Hall has committed to play at Cincinnati Christian University and will sign her letter of intent April 24.

“This is a wonderful accomplishment for our students and our volleyball program,” Lebanon athletic director Joe Roberts said of the college commitments.

“Over the past two seasons, this program has made great strides and it is all in part to the effort that the students put into the program during the season and outside of it.”

Lebanon finished 23-2 overall and was champions of the GWOC-South division with a 4-0 league record.

Lebanon lost to eventual state runner-up Mount Notre Dame in a Division I district final Oct. 27, 2007 at Wright State.

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