Eastern Florida Announces Five Volleyball Players Signed Letters of Intent to Play at Four-Year Colleges

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Four have signed with NCAA Division I programs

Five Eastern Florida State College women’s volleyball players have signed letters of intent to continue playing volleyball at four-year colleges. (EFSC image)

BREVARD COUNTY, MELBOURNE • FLORIDA – Five Eastern Florida State College women’s volleyball players have signed letters of intent to continue playing volleyball at four-year colleges.

Four of those five have signed with NCAA Division I programs.

Maddy Campbell has chosen Kentucky State University who plays in the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.

Campbell finished her two seasons with the Titans with 220 kills and 114 blocks in 43 games and was named to the All Mid-Florida Conference second team in both seasons. Kentucky State University lost in the SIAC title game for the second straight season and finished with 25 wins.

Nyasia John has signed with Bethune-Cookman after two seasons with the Titans.

John finishes her Titans career with 163 kills in 42 matches. Bethune-Cookman competes in the MEAC Conference and was 5-9 in the conference last year.

Maria Rentas signed her letter of intent to attend Alcorn State College who competes in the SWAC. The setter finished with 158 assists in her one season with the Titans.

Renae Watson is heading to South Carolina Upstate after two seasons with the Titans. South Carolina Upstate went 4-10 in the Big South Conference last season.

Trinity Carlos has also signed to continue her education and volleyball career, going to Sterling College who plays in the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference in the NAIA.

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