Former Idaho and Irvine Valley (of the junior college ranks) setter/outside hitter Megan Ramseyer is headed to Butler for 2018. Ramseyer will be an immediately eligible junior with two years left of play starting in the fall.
A 5’11” native of Hayden, Idaho, Ramseyer attended the University of Idaho as a true freshman in 2016 and appeared in 29 matches. She led the team in assists with 632 (5.40 per set) to go with her 1.46 digs per set.
Following her first season, Ramseyer transferred to Irvine Valley College of the California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA). On a team that went 27-0 en route to a CCCAA Championship, Ramseyer logged 986 assists (11.33 per set), 182 digs (2.09 per set), 54 kills (0.62 per set), 41 aces (0.47 per set) and 27 blocks (0.31 per set).
Butler finished the 2017 season at 23-8 overall and 13-5 in the Big East as they just missed out on the NCAA Tournament. Their 2018 fall roster features three outside hitters and two setters as Ramseyer will join any fall newcomers to the team as well. Notably, they lose last year’s starting setter Makayla Ferguson, so Ramseyer should compete for early playing time.
Congratulations to Viking Alum @Megan_Ramseyer on signing her commitment letter with Butler University Volleyball! pic.twitter.com/q1lg9ZnAj9
— CHS Viking Boosters (@CHSVikings) January 2, 2018