Class of 2020 outside hitter and right side Mallory Keller has verbally committed to the Indiana State University women’s volleyball program.
A 5’11” pin, Keller will be a junior come the upcoming school year at Hudsonville High School in Michigan. As a sophomore she helped the team to a 40-15 record that ended in an appearance in the 2017 MHSAA Class A State Tournament.
Individually, according to her MaxPreps profile, Keller logged 164 kills (1.7 per set) on a .154 hitting percentage, 115 digs (1.2 per set), 56 aces (0.6 per set) and 19 blocks (0.2 per set).
On the club side of things, Keller plays with Michigan Volleyball Academy and the 16 National Black team. She owns a 7’7″ standing reach and a 9’9″ approach touch. Her Hudl profile with video highlights of her play can be seen here.
Indiana State collected an 11-21 finish in 2017 with an 8-10 mark as a member of the Missouri Valley Conference (MVC). Their 2018 campaign begins on August 24 with a match against Liberty.
So incredibly blessed to announce that I have verbally committed to play volleyball at Indiana State university! Thank you so much to my family, friends, coaches, and teammates who have all encouraged me and pushed me to achieve my dream. Cannot wait to be a sycamore! #marchon 💙 pic.twitter.com/WRGZgvmEwT
— Mallory Keller (@mkkeller24) August 6, 2018
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