Ashley Maack, senior setter from Rothsay, has signed a national letter of intent to play volleyball for the Minnesota State Community and Technical College Spartans.
Ashley is a four-year starter for the Tigers in volleyball, receiving all-conference honors her junior and senior years. Ashley was also voted her team's MVP both her sophomore and senior years. She is a two-year all-state academic athlete and finished her career with 1,441 set assists with 98 percent set efficiency.
"Ashley not only is a great setter, but brings a lot of experience to the court," said Spartan volleyball coach Terri Strom. "She is a versatile player who can do a lot of things. I look forward to the opportunity to get to know Ashley and be a part of developing her skills at the collegiate level."
Maack is also a four-year starter for the Tiger basketball team, earning all-conference honors twice and honorable mention all-conference status once. She was the 2014 team MVP and Best Offensive Player, led her team with 13 points per game, was a Little Eight Conference All-Conference selection and an Academic All-State selection.
"We are excited Ashley has made the decision to continue her education and athletics at M State," said women's basketball coach Janice Hendrickson. "She is a talented player with a great love of the game."
Ashley is the daughter of Shannon and Rhonda Maack of Rothsay.
Teresa Moenkedick had 34 kills (3.1) and 54 digs (4.9), helping M State to a pair of wins. Moenkedick had two double-doubles. She is a freshman from Verndale, Minn.
Last modified: November 24th, 2014 at 01:58pm