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I was unaware that 2016 Neb. volleyball recruit Molly Haggerty officially decommited. In any event, she has commited to Wisconsin. Saw it coming after the middle sister transferred.

 

Jeff Sheldon

Former #HuskerVBall commit and sister of NU middle Meghan Haggerty pledges to Wisconsin. A top '16 outside hitter.

 

Jeff Sheldon added,

Jonathan Burke @jonathanburke77
Congrats to @haggerty_molly for committing to the University of Wisconsin!

 

 

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Huskers just offered a recruit at the recent camp. I don't know who, but she is a Libero, and hispanic. If anyone else knows who was at the camp, we could connect the dots....

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Papillion's Lindsay Krause has committed to be a Husker. She delivered the good news to Nebraska coach John Cook on Saturday.

 

It’s a similar story to that of the Rolfzens, coming from the same city and club team, Premier Volleyball, and the fact that Krause committed on a similar timeline as the Rolfzens, about one month before she’ll begin her freshman year at Omaha Skutt.

 

Like the Rolfzens, Krause has been a name familiar to those around volleyball in the area due the manner in which she crushes a volleyball. The 6-foot-3 outside hitter had been getting recruiting interest from many of the top programs in the country.

 

Krause’s commitment came out of the dream camp the Huskers hosted last week, where Larson spoke to some of the elite campers.

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Meanwhile, things are moving along swimmingly at the Devaney Center. 

 


 

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Nebraska Volleyball Announces Four Signees

 

LINCOLN, Neb. - The Nebraska volleyball program and Head Coach John Cook received National Letters of Intent from four highly-touted high school seniors on Wednesday, the first day of the NLI fall signing period.

 

Three of the signees received high school Under Armour All-America honors last week, and three players rank among the top-25 recruits nationally according to PrepVolleyball.com. Capri Davis, a 6-1 outside hitter from Mansfield, Texas, was an Under Armour All-America first-team honoree, as was Nicklin Hames, a 5-11 setter from Knoxville, Tennessee. Libero Megan Miller, from Alexandria, Indiana, received honorable-mention accolades and is one of the top-ranked libero recruits in the nation. Middle blocker Callie Schwarzenbach – a 6-4 senior at Kearney High School in Kearney, Missouri – is a top-10 recruit nationally.

 

“This will be a highly-rated class,” Cook said. “All four players have played for high-level club teams. They all fill needs that we will have after our seniors graduate. Each player has the ability to play as a freshman. Most importantly, they all come from great families and will be great fits in our program.”

 

 

 

 

 

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At first Emma Gabel was a little surprised that a college volleyball program like Nebraska would be recruiting her to come play for them, but it’s not a complete shock to her.

 

“My coaches at VCN (Volleyball Club of Nebraska based in Lincoln) have always told me if I worked hard, then my dreams will come true, so I definitely think I’ve worked hard enough to earn a spot to play for the Huskers,” Gabel said by phone late Tuesday.

 

The lifelong Lincoln resident and Pius X junior made her college choice on Tuesday to play volleyball for Nebraska.


“I decided tonight that I want to play at Nebraska, and I think it will be a great experience for me,” Gabel said.

 

The 5-foot-7 defensive specialist will begin her college career as a walk-on, just like most defensive specialists, but could earn a scholarship later in her college career.

 

She’ll have the chance to follow another Pius X graduate, Sydney Townsend, who played a big role for the Huskers as a senior.

 

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5 hours ago, Mavric said:

 

 

She's 6'3" tall.  The way Cook develops players, could be a force for us down the road.

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