For the fourth time this season, the Butler women’s volleyball program is making a transfer addition – this time in former Texas A&M Corpus Christi outside hitter Shanice Horn. A sophomore-to-be in the fall of 2018, Horn will have three years left of play and is set to be immediately eligible.
In her lone season with Texas A&M Corpus Christi as a true freshman in 2017, the 6’0″ Horn logged 49 kills (1.36 per set) on a .082 mark, 36 digs (1.00 per set), three blocks, three assists and two aces in 15 matches. Her season-high of 12 kills came against Sam Houston State.
Prior to her quick stint as an Islander, Horn attended Aiken High School in South Carolina where she won a state championship in 2016. From an individual perspective, she earned first-team all-state honors that season in addition to a myriad of other awards. She also made the AVCA High School All-America Watch List. On the club side, she played with Upward Stars.
The other transfers joining Horn are S Maria Schorr (Dayton), DS/L Emma Milstead (Gardner Webb) and S/OH Megan Ramseyer (Idaho/Irvine Valley).
Horn also will be with a group of four other outside hitters currently on the team’s 2018 roster. The Bulldogs are coming off of a 23-8 season in which they went 13-5 as a member of the Big East.