Doranna Blascyk, senior libero from West Central Area Schools, has signed a national letter of intent to play volleyball for the Minnesota State Community and Technical College Spartans.
Doranna is a three-year starter for the Knights in volleyball, receiving all-conference honors her junior and senior years, and was voted defensive MVP and team captain her senior year.
"I'm very excited that Doranna has decided to come to M State to play volleyball," said Spartan volleyball coach Abby Crowser. "Her past experience playing libero will be an asset to the team."Doranna is the daughter of Jason and Michelle Blascyk of Kensington.
Lexi Frederick of Henning has signed a national letter of intent to play volleyball for the Spartans of Minnesota State Community and Technical College.
Lexi, a middle hitter, is a five-year starter for the Hornets in volleyball, receiving all-conference honors as a sophomore and junior and conference MVP as a junior and senior. She was voted team MVP and captain for both her junior and senior years and passed the 1,000 dig mark during her senior season.
"I'm thrilled Lexi has decided to be part of the M State volleyball team," said Spartin coach Abby Crowser. "Her ability to be both a dominating force in the front row and an effective passer and digger in the back row make for a dynamic combination."
Lexi is the daughter of Brian and Hannah Frederick of Vining.
Ashley Maack, senior setter from Rothsay, has signed a national letter of intent to play volleyball for the Minnesota State Community and Technical College Spartans.
Ashley is a four-year starter for the Tigers in volleyball, receiving all-conference honors her junior and senior years. Ashley was also voted her team's MVP both her sophomore and senior years. She is a two-year all-state academic athlete and finished her career with 1,441 set assists with 98 percent set efficiency.
"Ashley not only is a great setter, but brings a lot of experience to the court," said Spartan volleyball coach Terri Strom. "She is a versatile player who can do a lot of things. I look forward to the opportunity to get to know Ashley and be a part of developing her skills at the collegiate level."
Maack is also a four-year starter for the Tiger basketball team, earning all-conference honors twice and honorable mention all-conference status once. She was the 2014 team MVP and Best Offensive Player, led her team with 13 points per game, was a Little Eight Conference All-Conference selection and an Academic All-State selection.
"We are excited Ashley has made the decision to continue her education and athletics at M State," said women's basketball coach Janice Hendrickson. "She is a talented player with a great love of the game."
Ashley is the daughter of Shannon and Rhonda Maack of Rothsay.
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