West Virginia State has landed a class of 2019 commitment in recruit Maria Boldoser. A 6’0″ middle blocker, Boldoser will join the program for the fall of 2019 season.
A junior at Logan Elm High School in Circleville, Ohio, Boldoser helped the Braves to a 24-3 season in which they made the Ohio Division II State Tournament.
Individually, Boldoser knocked down 187 kills (2.3 per set) on a .329 hitting percentage and 84 blocks (1.0 per set) according to her MaxPreps profile. She put up similar, if not better, numbers as a sophomore too, in which she notched 195 kills (2.3 per set) on a .476 clip to go with 142 blocks (1.7 per set).
For her strong play team and player wise, Boldoser was awarded on the District 14 Volleyball Coaches All-District Honorable Mention Team.
West Virginia State finished 14-16 this past season and 6-10 playing in the Mountain East Conference (MEC) in the Division II classification. The Yellow Jackets had one middle hitter on their 2017 roster who was a sophomore, meaning she will be a senior to join Boldoser in 2019.
SO EXCITED to commit to West Virginia State University for my academic and volleyball career with @vbcoachkern , BE READY? ? pic.twitter.com/ynR9TjfoEL
— Maria ❃ (@Maariaa_34) March 30, 2018