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Morden Middle Blocker Signs Letter Of Intent With Women’s Volleyball

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Women's Volleyball is very happy to announce the commitment of Middle Blocker Chloe Friesen for the 2017-18 MCAC season. The former Morden Collegiate star fills a key positional need for the team who saw Rayzanna Kehler, Tasha Enns and Edina-Preteau all graduate last spring after winning their first MCAC Championship since 2009.

Friesen was selected to Team Manitoba at the 15u and 16u level, representing her province at the Western Canadian Championships in Edmonton, Alberta and in her final year with her club team, Aztecs, won a National Gold medal in Division 2, Tier 2.

"Chloe is an agressive player with a fast arm-swing," said head coach Evelyn Kampen, "she's an enthusiastic athlete who likes to celebrate each point and she will amp up the energy for us on the court."

Friesen was a member of Morden Collegiate's Varsity Girls team from Grade 9 to Grade 12 and captained the team for her final two seasons. The Middle Blocker led her school to their first ever Zone 3 Championship in 2015, finishing fourth at the Manitoba High School 'AAA' Provincials and was recognized by her opponents with the Player's Choice Award and later by her coaches as her team's Most Valuable Player.

Women's Volleyball begins their 2017-18 preseason in Alberta on September 28th when they compete in the Thunder Challenge at Concordia University of Edmonton along with the ACAC's Concordia Thunder, Keyano Huskies and Augustana Vikings. CMU hosts their home opener on November 4th when the Blazers welcome the Red River Rebels to the Loewen Athletic Centre.

 

 

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