Class of 2020 outside hitter Kaitlyn Hamilton has verbally committed to the Indiana State University women’s volleyball program.
Hamilton will be a junior once the new school year begins at Lawrence Free State High School in Kansas. As a sophomore, her second season of varsity, she helped the team to a 26-15 record.
Individually, according to her MaxPreps profile, she notched 271 kills (2.8 per set) on a .298 hitting percentage, 35 digs (0.4 per set), 33 blocks (0.3 per set), two aces and an assist. That earned her honorable mention recognition from the 2017 Journal-World All-Area volleyball team.
Standing at 6’0″, Hamilton also plays with ASICS MAVS and most recently the 16-1 team as an outside hitter and middle blocker. Video of her play can be seen below via YouTube:
The other class of 2020 recruit that just committed to Indiana State is outside hitter/right side Mallory Keller. It’s also another commitment from Lawrence Free State High School, where Hamilton will team up with senior-to-be right side Rachel Hickman, a class of 2019 Kansas commit.
Indiana State finished 11-21 in 2017 including an 8-10 record in the Missouri Valley Conference (MVC).
We are so proud of our Kaitlyn Hamilton who had verbally committed to continue her volleyball🏐 and academic career at Indiana State University! You will do amazing things!!! 💙 pic.twitter.com/Ak3yem80Lv
— FSHS Volleyball (@FirebirdsVB) August 8, 2018
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