CALDWELL VOLLEYBALL ADDS SIX FOR 2010
Courtesy of Matt McLagan, Caldwell SID
CALDWELL, N.J. - Six student-athletes are set to join the
Caldwell College volleyball team this fall, head coach
Megan Hrbek announced. The Cougars return 11
players from last year’s squad that won the Central Atlantic
Collegiate Conference North Division crown for the second straight
"This class gives us depth at all positions, which is something we haven’t had in our first four years," Hrbek said. "I am excited for the energy that the new players will provide in creating a competitive practice environment, and I’m looking forward to working with them."
The recruiting class includes two transfers in setter Brittany Denter (Grawn, MI/Kingsley) and defensive specialist Cory Fallon (Midland Park, NJ/Midland Park). Denter spent the last two seasons at Schoolcraft College in Livonia, Mich., where she helped the Ocelots win a Michigan Community College Athletic Association title in 2008. Last season she averaged 7.72 assists per set to rank 29th nationally. At Kingsley High School, Denter received all-State honorable mention twice and set the school record for career assists.
Kasey Bausch is a 5-11 middle blocker from Bellmore, N.Y., who earned all-League honors as a senior at Holy Trinity High School in Hicksville, N.Y. She helped Holy Trinity capture the NSCHAA Class A championship her junior year. Bausch played club volleyball for the Performance Juniors in Garden City, N.Y.