Volleyball Signs Two for 2007 Season
May 21, 2007
LUBBOCK, Texas - Texas Tech inked two new Red Raiders for the upcoming volleyball season in addition to the duo of fall signees, as announced by head coach Nancy Todd. Amanda Sbragia from Feather River College and Becca Baldwin of Bryan High in Bryan, Texas, signed a National Letter of Intent to join the Tech squad fall 2007.
Outside hitter Sbragia played two years at Feather River College in Quincy, Calif., where she earned all-conference honors during both seasons. As a sophomore, the Dayton, Nev., native ranked third in the state of California in kills per game, averaging 5.77. At Dayton High, Sbragia finished her senior year being named the 3A State Most Valuable Player. Sbragia was a multi-sport threat during both her high school and junior college days, as she participated in softball and basketball at Feather River. In high school, she earned all-league accolades in basketball and volleyball.
Baldwin will join Tech as a middle blocker out of Bryan High in Bryan, Texas. During her high school years, 6'-2" Baldwin was named all-district on three occasions, as well as being a Texas All-Star and earning Academic All-State accolades. Baldwin has experience outside of Bryan High as she plays club volleyball for the Texas Tornados.
Sbragia and Baldwin join Tech's two fall signees, transfer Brandi Hood and incoming-freshman Caroline Courtney. Hood comes to Lubbock from Hutchinson (Kan.) Community College, while Courtney is a graduating senior from Bartlesville High in Bartlesville, Okla.
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