SC VOLLEYBALL PLAYER COMMITS

SC VOLLEYBALL PLAYER COMMITS

Lady General’s sophomore Reyna Acosta has decided to continue her education and volleyball career next season at Western New Mexico University.

Reyna a 5’4 Libero/Defensive Specialist from Pearl City, Hawaii spent last two seasons with the Generals as tremendous asset to the program. As a freshman Reyna had70 service aces and 315 digs at 2.69 digs per game.

Reyna’s sophomore year at Sheridan College she totaled 36 aces, 587 digs at 4.81 digs per game and was ranked #22 in digs per game in the nation. Reyna also received the honor of being on the All region team and was Academic All-Region.

What Coach Weitzel said about Reyna’s decision to play at Western New Mexico:

“We are extremely excited to announce that Reyna has committed to Coach Jim Callender and Western New Mexico University.

Reyna really wanted to go to a program where she could compete at a high level and felt that Western New Mexico was the perfect fit. She enjoyed her visit and is excited to continue her career there.

It is a great opportunity for her to excel as a student-athlete. Reyna will have the chance to compete in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference at the NCAA Division 2 level.

It is a competitive conference and I feel that Reyna will have no problem fitting in. Reyna has been a big part of our team this past couple years and I am sad to see her go but we wish her the best of luck!”

Acosta joins the Lady Mustangs for their 2012-2013 season. The Mustangs compete in the Rocky Mountain Conference in the NCAA Division 2.

That conference features powerhouse teams like Metro State and Regis University. The Mustangs are led by head coach Jim Callender.

This is what Acosta had to say about her moving on to Western New Mexico University:

“I chose Western New Mexico University because it gives me the opportunity to continue my education and to play volleyball. The University has my major which was really important to me in making my decision.

The people on campus were very welcoming and the volleyball team is competitive and portrayed the ‘team’ aspect very well. I am looking forward to competing for Coach Callender!”

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