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College season round up-Checking in with our former players

By NNJ Staff, 09/09/17, 3:30PM PDT


From Oklahoma and Montana to Sacramento, former NNJ players are killing it

The NNJ player diaspora includes colleges big and small, from Oklahoma and Kentucky to Montana, Washington, South Dakota, and California. Check out our round up below of alums who are seeing particular success in their collegiate careers:

Sami Szachara---Oregon Institute of Technology #14
As a dominant player her freshman year (she lead the team in blocks and had 84 kills, plus was third on the team with 19 aces), Sami's continuing strong during the first part of her sophomore season. She had 16 kills in five matches as of Sept. 7, and she hit .429 during the Owls Sept. 6 match during Southern Oregon University. We can't wait to see her continue to contribute to the Owls' success!

Alli Reviglio---University of Puget Sound #15
The 2017 Bishop Manogue grad is making a big impact during her freshman season with the Loggers.  She has started in seven of the Loggers' matches and has 48 kills and 90 (!) digs. Alli is a passionate player and we're excited to see how the rest of her season goes!

Maddie Jergesen---Union College #10
The Carson High grad saw a ton of success her freshman season as a Bulldog in 2016. She was named to the All-Freshman AAC team, and logged 262 kills playing in 161 sets. So far her sophomore season she's got 61 kills and 7 solo blocks. We'll keep you posted on her progress this year!

Brigitte Murdock---Sacramento State #13
Brigitte is making a big splash in her senior year with the Hornets. She's played in 11 matches, and is averaging 4.24 digs per set. Also, she has added in 21 aces thus far. Career stats include a total of 743 digs and 81 aces. We're so happy for Brigitte as she's enjoyed such a healthy career at Sac State. 

Check out our Alumnae page for more info on our other incredible former players.