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Class of 2019 right side hitter Colman Chadam has committed to the Loyola Chicago men’s volleyball program.
Chadam is moving on to his senior season at Monte Vista High School in Danville, California. As a junior he helped the team to a 23-10 record overall in his second year of varsity.
For the two years he has appeared in 119 sets according to his MaxPreps profile. In that time, he logged 396 kills (3.3 per set) on a .269 hitting percentage, 230 digs (1.9 per set), 55 blocks (0.5 per set) and 55 aces (0.5 per set). He was also named his team’s MVP and was an all-conference selection.
On the club circuit, the 6’5″ Chadam plays with Pacific Rim Volleyball Academy. Highlight video of his play can be seen below via YouTube:
The Ramblers now have an amazing six recruits committed to the program for the class of 2019. Joining Chadam are middle blocker Danny Sutton Farrell, setter Brian Voight, outside hitters Jake Maffett and Colton Brooks, and defensive specialist/libero TC Cook.
Loyola Chicago finished the 2018 season at 23-7 overall and 11-3 as regular season co-champions of the MIVA before ending the year ranked seventh in our VolleyMob Men’s Top 20 Power Rankings. They are also ranked 10th in our Way-Too-Early edition for 2019.
I’m excited to announce my verbal commitment to Loyola University Chicago to play Division 1 Men’s Volleyball. This sport has made me a better person, brought so many amazing people into my life, and I’m beyond grateful that I have the chance to extend that community. I can’t wait to continue to grow as a player and learn from talented coaches and players at the next level. I want to give a huge thank you to my family, all my coaches at @pacificrimvolleyball and @mvvcvolley and my teammates over the years for helping to shape me as a player and, more importantly, a person. Go Ramblers!