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Class of 2020 middle blocker and right side Natalie Foster has verbally committed to the Wichita State University women’s volleyball program.
Standing at 6’5″, Foster plays varsity volleyball and basketball and is a junior at Mattawan High School in Michigan. So far for her three varsity volleyball seasons, according to MaxPreps, she has totaled 708 kills (2.9 per set) on a .374 hitting percentage, 148 blocks (0.6 per set), 103 aces (0.4 per set) and 60 digs (0.2 per set).
Highlights of Foster’s play can be seen below via YouTube:
Foster isn’t the lone class of 2020 commit in the fold now for Wichita State either. Joining her is outside hitter Marriah Buss from the state of Nebraska.
Wichita State is off to a 7-6 start to the 2018 season and 2-0 as they began American Athletic Conference (AAC) action. Last year, their first in the AAC, they went 20-0 for a 29-4 overall record and earned the #16 seed along with a hosting spot in the NCAA Tournament.
I’m happy to announce that I have verbally committed to Wichita State!! I’d like to thank my coaches, family, and friends for all their support throughout this process. Go shockers!! @GoShockersVB pic.twitter.com/dv3vC8aHMT
— Natalie Foster (@nat_1050) September 24, 2018