Signees for the 2019-2020 Season
This is Alesia Cooley from Pflugerville, TX. She will bring experience in two positions this fall including MH and RS hitter. She will wear jersey # 20 for us this fall on the Comet team. Her team went to the playoffs in 2018. Alesia received an Academic Award from her high school recently for her great academic accomplishments. In her spare time, she did volunteer work at the local library, participated in several community projects, and visited local nursing homes in her community.
Mackenzie Green is a transfer from St Mary’s Univ in Leavonworth, KS. She played at Cottey her freshman year, sat out to focus on academics in fall of 2018, and is now coming back for NAIA level vb action this fall. She is a setter from Desoto, KS.
Daizie Jones hails from Puayllup, Washington and is a fantastic student and has carried a phenomenal grade point average throughout high school. She is a member of the American Sign Language Club and found the time to coach a local youth team while pushing through her senior coursework.
Daize is a 5’7 RS/OH/DS that was selected to play in the All-State games in Washington! She received Rookie of the Year honors as a freshman and Honorable Mention for her Junior seasons. As a Senior team captain Daizie received 1st Team honors in the RS hitting position.
Briannah Quick is a transfer from Miles Community College in Miles City, MT and is from Wright, WY. Briannah will play the MH position.
Rosa Schones of Miller Grove High School in Lone Oak Texas, is an incredible student and multi-sport standout. She is a member of the National Honor Society, and has been a Feature Writer for the UIL all four years. She was a class officer as an underclassmen and was a UIL Regional Qualifier her sophomore and junior years.
In addition to being a phenomenal student Rosa dominated four sports in high school. She was a varsity captain for all 4 years and was newcomer of the year as a freshman at Miller Grove. She was named as team MVP three times and was All-Region and All-State for all four years. Rosa was also a three time Offensive Player of the Year, three time All-Region honoree, and two time All-State Basketball player as well. Rosa also was a three time final 5 State Cross Country finisher including a 2015 Team State Championship. Rosa also was a state qualifier in the 4×4 once, and a Regional Qualifier twice. She also was a Region Qualifier in the 400m dash three times.
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