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Class of 2020 middle blocker and right side hitter Carsen Murray has verbally committed to the Marquette University women’s volleyball program.
Standing at 6’3″, Murray attends Blue Springs South High School in Missouri where she is a junior. She’s playing her third season of varsity, where she has already helped her team to a 9-1 record.
In her last full season as a sophomore in 2017, she recorded 122 kills (1.6 per set) on a .299 hitting percentage, 69 blocks (0.9 per set), 21 digs (0.3 per set) and four aces according to her MaxPreps profile. That led to her being an Honorable Mention choice on the 2017 Examiner All-Area Volleyball Team.
In terms of club ball she played with Invasion Volleyball and the 16 Black team. It’s noted on her twitter profile now though that she plays for MAVS Volleyball in Kansas City. Highlights of her play from the Lone Star Qualifier can be seen below via YouTube:
Marquette is off to a 7-2 start to 2018 in which they rank in the top 20 of the VolleyMob Top 25 Power Rankings. They are coming off of a season in which they finished 22-10 (15-3 Big East) and made the NCAA Tournament.
I’m super excited and blessed to announce that I have verbally committed to play Division I volleyball and continue my academic career at Marquette University! A heartfelt thanks to all my coaches, family, and friends for their support! #WeAreMarquette @MarquetteVB 💛 pic.twitter.com/b7GWb9580e
— carsen murray (@carsenmurrray) September 9, 2018