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SOUTH BAY VOLLEYBALL CLUB

LONG ISLAND      -      NEW YORK

South Bay Volleyball Club
Long Island   -   New York

Long Island     -     New York

CLUB ALUMNI
SHANNON CARROLL - CURRENTLY A SOPHOMORE AT EMMANUEL COLLEGE IN BOSTON, MA. SHE IS MAJORING IN BIOLOGY

SHANNON - MH - JUST FINISHED HER SECOND SEASON WITH THE SAINTS, WHO PLAY IN THE NCAA DIVISION III GNAC (GREAT NORTHEAST ATHLETIC CONFERENCE). SHANNON STARTED 20 MATCHES THIS SEASON. SHE HAD 52 KILLS, 68 POINTS AND 23 TOTAL BLOCKS. SHE ALSO ADDED 5 DIGS DURING THE CAMPAIGN. THE SAINTS NARROWLY MISSED THE CONFERENCE PLAYOFFS, FINISHING 10th WITH A 4-8 RECORD, HOWEVER THE YOUNG TEAM SHOWED IMPROVEMENT AND HOPES TO MAKE A PUSH FOR THE PLAYOFFS IN 2018.

KATHERINE EASTWOOD - CURRENTLY A SOPHOMORE AT MOUNT IDA COLLEGE IN NEWTON, MA. SHE IS MAJORING IN INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE


KATHERINE - LIBERO/DS - JUST FINISHED HER SECOND SEASON WITH THE MUSTANGS, WHO PLAY IN THE NCAA DIVISION III GNAC (GREAT NORTHEAST ATHLETIC CONFERENCE). SHE RECEIVED MOST IMPROVED PLAYER HONORS IN HER FRESHMAN SEASON. THE YOUNG TEAM FINISHED WITH AN OVERALL RECORD OF 20-13 AND A CONFERENCE RECORD OF 6-6. THEY WERE DEFEATED IN THE CONFERENCE QUARTERFINALS BY NATIONALLY RANKED JOHNSON & WALES. KATHERINE HAD A VERY GOOD SEASON FINISHING THIRD ON THE TEAM WITH 2.55 DIGS PER SET AS WELL AS THIRD IN TOTAL DIGS WITH 258.

EMILY MEYER - CURRENTLY A FRESHMAN AT MOLLOY COLLEGE IN ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY. SHE IS MAJORING IN SPEECH PATHOLOGY

EMILY - DS/OH -  HAD A VERY IMPRESSIVE FIRST SEASON WITH THE LIONS WHO PLAY IN THE NCAA DIVISION II ECC (EAST COAST CONFERENCE). SHE LED THE TEAM IN SERVICE ACES WITH 50. SHE WAS ALSO FIFTH IN KILLS WITH 125 AND WAS THIRD IN DIGS WITH 316.
THE TEAM HAD A GREAT SEASON. THEY FINISHED WITH A 26-6 OVERALL RECORD AND WERE 12-2 IN CONFERENCE. THEY WON THEIR CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT, DEFEATING NYIT 3-2 IN A TOUGH FINAL MATCH. THEY BEAT SAINT ANSELM IN THE FIRST ROUND OF THE NCAA DIVISION II EAST REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP. IN THE SECOND ROUND, AFTER FALLING BEHIND 2 SETS TO NONE THEY RALLIED BACK BUT LOST A VERY TIGHTLY CONTESTED MATCH TO AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE IN A THRILLING TIE-BREAKER.