Sareea Freeman Transfers To Thailand Powerhouse Supreme Chonburi VC

  1 Carly DeMarque | September 06th, 2017 | News, Pro Indoor, Women's Transfers

After spending time in Peru with the Liga Nacional Superior de Voleibol (LNSV) champions Regatas Lima, Sareea Freeman has decided to take her talents to Thailand.

Freeman will move on to Supreme Chonburi VC in Thailand for the 2017-18 season. The move bounces Freeman to another team that won their national title in the previous season. In addition, Supreme is the current continental club champions, which secured them a spot at the 2018 FIVB World Club Championship.

With her Peruvian squad, Freeman was awarded the MVP spot and Best Opposite following their championship run.

In her collegiate days, Freeman played both volleyball and basketball at Florida State. As a middle blocker for the Seminoles from 2009-2012, Freeman hit .356 in her career with 666 kills and 393 blocks. As a senior, she earned AVCA All-American honors after posting a .438 hitting clip on the year. Additionally, Freeman helped Florida State to the NCAA Tournament all years she was with the team, winning at least one match in the tournament including a Final Four run in 2011.

Directly after her final season with the Seminoles, Freeman played professionally with Vasas Volleyball Professional Sports Clun in Budapest, Hungary. In addition, she played the 2013-14 season with Florida State on the basketball team. Freeman also spent a season at the University of Albany as an assistant coach before heading down to Peru.

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