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Class of 2020 middle blocker recruit Bria Plante has verbally committed to the University of North Florida women’s volleyball program.
Plante is in her junior year at Alpharetta High School in Georgia, where through eight matches she is averaging over three kills (on a .512 clip) and 0.9 blocks per set early in the season. In her most recent full season, coming as a sophomore in 2017, she notched 229 kills (2.0 per set) on a .313 hitting percentage, 101 blocks (0.9 per set) and 25 digs (0.2 per set) according to her MaxPreps profile.
Club wise, Plante plays with A5 Volleyball Club. Standing at 6’2.5″, Plante owns a 8’0.5″ standing reach, a 9’2″ block touch and a 9’9.5″ approach jump due to her 21 inch vertical.
North Florida earned a 13-19 record in 2017 with a 5-9 mark as a member of the Atlantic Sun Conference. Their 2018 campaign begins on Friday with matches against Wyoming and Colorado before meeting Oral Roberts on Saturday.
I am thrilled to announce my verbal commitment to play D1 volleyball at University of North Florida! A huge thank you to my friends, family, teammates, and coaches who’ve made me who I am today. Go Ospreys! #swoop @OspreyVB pic.twitter.com/dbNH7cFnR5
— Bria Plante (@BriaPlante) August 20, 2018