Volleyball Continues to Build 2016 Class
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. –
Nova Southeastern University head volleyball coach Jennifer King
has brought on her newest signee, Jane Early, as she continues to build the 2016 squad.
Early will bring expertise as a middle blocker. She spent two years at Santa Fe College where she helped lead her team to a Mid-Florida Conference championship and national ranking in her freshman season. She also set the school's overall blocking record with 101 and the season solo blocking record with 10 in 2014.
"We are so excited to add Jane to our roster," said King. "She has a great history of training at Orlando Volleyball Academy during high school and competing for Nick Cheronis at Santa Fe College for the past two seasons."
Prior to her time at the collegiate level, Early played three years in her hometown at Oviedo High School. As captain of the team in her senior year, the squad won the Florida High School Athletic Association Class 7A Girls Volleyball Championship.
In January, King brought on the team's first three signees of the year to add depth outside and up the middle. All four recruits will look to fill the holes left by the departure of seniors Sydney Cook
, Caitlin Donahue
and Dana Holger
"We will be young in the middle next season, and Jane brings great collegiate experience and maturity that we need," added King. "She is tremendously athletic and dynamic in her offense and will make an immediate impact for us!"
The Sharks will open their season at the beginning of September when they host the ninth annual Shark Invitational tournament at the Arena at the Don Taft University Center. The full schedule will be released this fall.