Class of 2019 setter Madi Ross has committed to the Oakland University women’s volleyball program. A junior in high school, Ross stands somewhere between 6’1″ and 6’2″, plays the setter position and is a native of Indiana.
An attendee of Fort Wayne Bishop Dwenger High School, Ross spearheaded a 31-2 season for the Saints. Individually, Ross totaled 979 assists (10.1 per set), 185 digs (1.9 per set), 91 kills (0.9 per set), 37 blocks (0.4 per set), and 35 aces (0.4 per set) as a junior according to her MaxPreps profile.
On the club side of things, Ross plays with Impact Volleyball Club Fort Wayne. She owns a 9’11” block jump and a 7’9″ standing reach. Some of her highlights can be seen here on her NCSA recruiting page.
Ross joins 2019 L/DS Ryan Allor as recruits committed to Oakland in the VolleyMob database.
The Golden Grizzlies are fresh off of a 17-12 season in which they went 12-4 playing in the Horizon League. Their 2017 roster consisted of two setters – a freshman and redshirt sophomore. That means when Ross arrives they will be on par to be a junior and fifth-year senior.
Madi Ross will be continuing her volleyball career at Oakland University!! Super Excited for her! pic.twitter.com/PzmsnYzz8x
— Shelley Ross (@ShelleyRoss95) March 5, 2018