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HCA: Cougar volleyball announces 6 new recruits are joining the program

Colorado Gatorade player of the year headlines Jen Greeny’s latest class

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The Cougar women’s volleyball program has become a regular NCAA tournament participant under coach Jen Greeny. This success has also apparently carried over to recruiting as shown by the class announced by the WSU coach on Tuesday afternoon.

Colorado Gatorade Player of the Year Julianna Dalton is the most high profile member of the class. The 6-foot-5 outside hitter from Parker, CO was a second team All-American who led Chaparral high school to the 5A state championship.

Greeny continues to be successful recruiting internationally as well. 6 foot setter Argentina Ung is a member of the Mexico U20 national team who was named the U18 Pan American Cup best setter and has Olympic aspirations for her home country.

Top defensive specialist Colby Gonzalez is making her way to Pullman from Portland, Texas. Gonzalez was named to a national volleyball sophomore 79 list and was conference defensive player of the year as a junior and senior.

Last but not least Greeny brought in three players from the Pacific Northwest. 6-foot-2 middle blocker Jasmine Martin is a two-time all-conference player from Bend, OR while 5-foot-7 libero Castan Sturm from Mead in Spokane is a three sport athlete who earned All-GSL honors. 5-foot-10 setter and two-time All-Kingco selection Jenna Howard rounds out the class.

Safe to say that the future of Cougar volleyball continues to be very bright.

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