West Virginia Lands Commitment From Class of 2021 Setter Kamiah Gibson

  0 Derek Johnson | August 14th, 2018 | Big 12, College - Women's Indoor, College Recruiting, News

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Class of 2021 setter Kamiah Gibson has verbally committed to the West Virginia University (WVU) women’s volleyball program.

Gibson will be a sophomore this new season ahead at Buckeye High School in Medina, Ohio. As a freshman in 2017, she was part of the varsity team that went 19-5 and 14-2 in district play en route to a district semifinal appearance.

Beyond helping her team to a strong overall performance, she notched 688 assists (9.1 per set), 74 digs (1.0 per set), 67 kills (0.9 per set) on a .397 hitting percentage, 63 aces (0.8 per set) and 41 blocks (0.5 per set) according to her MaxPreps profile. Those numbers led to her being chosen as a first-team all-conference selection and second-team all-district pick.

Standing 6’0″ tall, Gibson also plays with AVC National Volleyball and the 15N team on the club side of things. Video of her play from the Big South Qualifier can be seen below via YouTube:

It’s the first class of 2021 recruit that has been registered in the VolleyMob Recruiting Database, although outside hitter/right side Molly Hunt has pledged to the school as part of the class of 2020.

West Virginia is coming off of a 21-13 finish to the 2017 season including a 6-10 mark in the Big 12 and an NIVC Tournament semifinals appearance.

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