Michigan State volleyball alumna Allyssah Fitterer is continuing her volleyball career, but taking her game from the court in East Lansing, Michigan, to the beach in Honolulu.
The middle blocker/opposite hitter announced her transfer on Instagram and twitter last week.
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aloha everyone! 🌴🏐☀️🌺🐠 this past month has seen crazy changes regarding my future and I'm really excited to share with you that I'll continue to bleed green playing Beach Volleyball for the University of Hawai'i in grad school! MSU has given me incredible opportunities and I will forever be a Spartan💚 thank you for being my family for 4 years. I'm so grateful to have the opportunity to complete my masters and play for an incredible top program during my next journey as a UH Rainbow Warrior💪🏼😎🌴☀️💚 #GoBows
Thank you MSU for your constant support. Bleed green forever ? pic.twitter.com/c1txDjbXna
— Allyssah Fitterer (@lyssfitterer) May 12, 2017
Fitterer was a three-time honorable mention AVCA All-North Region selection (2014-16) for the Spartans. In 2016, she led the team with a .361 hitting percentage, ranking sixth in the Big Ten and 45th nationally. She also added 2.06 kills and 0.75 blocks per set. The two-time Academic All-Big Ten selection managed 2.49 kill, 0.95 digs and 0.82 blocks per set in 2015, while hitting at a .301 clip. As a sophomore in 2014, she led Michigan State with a .27 hitting effort, while contributing 2.73 kills an 0.89 blocks per set.
The Georgetown, Ontario native was a member of four straight NCAA Tournament teams, including a Sweet 16 berth in 2013.
Fitterer follows the lead of fellow Spartan graduate outside hitter Chloe Reinig, who announced last month that she will be playing beach volleyball at Loyola Marymount.