The Oakland University women’s volleyball program has landed a commitment from class of 2019 outside hitter/defensive specialist Haley Brown.
Standing at 5’8″, Brown will be a senior for the fall semester at Springboro High School in Ohio. In her third year of varsity as a junior, she helped the team to an 18-7 record and a 10-1 mark in conference play.
Individually for her junior season, according to her MaxPreps profile, she notched 247 kills (3.2 per set) on a .226 hitting percentage, 276 digs (3.5 per set), 38 aces (0.5 per set), 21 assists (0.3 per set) and 17 blocks (0.2 per set). That, along with her first two years, gives her 700 kills, 765 digs, 165 aces and 65 blocks for her high school career.
On the club circuit, Brown plays with Elevation Volleyball Club and the 17 Reilly team. Highlight videos and clips of her play can be seen here via SportsRecruits. More information and highlights can be seen here via Hudl.
It’s the fourth class of 2019 recruit that Oakland has landed and has been registered in the VolleyMob Recruiting Database. Brown joins defensive specialist/libero Ryan Allor, setter Madi Ross and middle blocker Avolyn Lepo.
Oakland finished the 2017 season at 17-12 overall and 12-4 as a member of the Horizon League.
I’m super excited to announce I have committed to Oakland University to further my academic and volleyball career! I can’t wait to be a Golden Grizzly 💛🐻 pic.twitter.com/Yuzcks9hKB
— Haley Brown (@haley_brown4) July 24, 2018