Class of 2019 recruit Melody Paige has committed to the Campbell University women’s volleyball team. Paige’s height is not listed online, although she plays the middle blocker position.
A junior at Quartz Hill High School in California, Paige helped her school to a 26-6 record for the 2017 season. She’s a strong attacker who hits at a high efficiency.
On the club side of things, Paige plays with Legacy and the 17-1 team. Video of her play can be seen below via her YouTube channel:
Campbell finished 2017 with a 20-12 mark, including going 10-6 in the Big South that also featured a trip to the postseason NIVC Tournament. The Camels had four middles on last year’s roster as well, with one junior (who will become a senior in 2018 and graduate prior to Paige’s arrival) along with three freshmen.
Paige also becomes the second 2019 commitment to Campbell that has been registered in the VolleyMob Recruiting Database. She joins class of ’19 setter Emily Mitter out of California as well.
I am beyond blessed and excited to announce my verbal commitment to play D1 Volleyball at Campbell University! I want to thank my friends, family and my QH & Legacy teammates for helping me along the way #GoCamels ? pic.twitter.com/wg9xO4AQKI
— mel (@radicalmelll) March 27, 2018