Beach volleyball standouts Abby Russell and Miranda Erro to sign with Arizona.
I’m very excited to announce that I have verbally committed to play D1 Beach Volleyball at The University of Arizona. I would like to thank my family and coaches for sticking by my side through it all. #beardown🐻❤️ pic.twitter.com/Et74z9UHxr
Russell combined with her Salpointe teammate Alex Parkhurst to win the first-ever Pairs Championship in Arizona High School history last spring. Parkhurst is now a freshman at Arizona.
@salpointeVB Alex Parkhurst & Abby Russell win Beach Pairs Championship; @mountainview_vb Mountain View boys to play for championship & @ApacheBaseball1 Nogales goign for third title in a row @FrognFirkinAZ https://t.co/COoagNJuPl pic.twitter.com/69Ji5R2WO4
Erro is a standout athlete for Walker Beach and she has been paired with several standouts including Cal freshman Madison Sundholm, Parkhurst, Arizona freshman Summer McDonough, MiraCosta freshman Malia Williams and Russell in AVP competition. Russell and Erro took second at the AVP America at Mesquite Beach this past May.
Ironwood Ridge softball transfers Devyn Netz and Allie Skaggs to sign with Arizona on Wednesday.
Ballard junior shortstop Allie Skaggs, who is transferring to an Arizona high school for her senior year, has been named the Gatorade Kentucky Softball Player of the Year: https://t.co/lD3mrvg9QG
Skaggs, a shortstop, batted .573 with 18 home runs and 64 RBI in her junior season at Ballard High (Louisville), earning Kentucky Gatorade Player of the Year honors along the way.
Netz, a pitcher, went 19-4 in her junior season at Maranatha High (Pasadena) while batting .494 with 28 RBI and 5 home runs. Her older brother, Dawson Netz, is a freshman pitcher on the Arizona baseball team. He was a California All-State pitcher at Maranatha.
It’s Devyn Netz & Lexi Sosa’s world and we’re just living in it. https://t.co/jnilDEnStt
CANYON DEL ORO
Amya Legarra, Softball: Utah State
Desiree Martinez, Softball: Pima
Sabrina Garcia, Softball: Central Arizona
Katie Stracco, Softball: Rensselaer Polytechnic
Maya Benita, Golf: Arizona
Hannah Draper, Soccer: New Mexico State
Christiana Williams, Swim: Tulane
Kiersten Belkoff, Gymnastics: Pennsylvania
Lux Butler, Soccer: Western Oregon
Carmen Cordova, Softball: St. Mary’s Kansas
Jarrod Johnson, Golf: Troy
Maddie Judge, Softball: Embry-Riddle
Mackenzie Kester, Swim: Henderson State
Allie Skaggs, Softball: Arizona
Kianna Swingle, Volleyball: Chaminade
Shelby Thompson, Softball: California San Diego
Devyn Netz, Softball: Arizona
Andrea Vigil German, Volleyball: Pima
Ella Dotson, Volleyball: Hawaii Pacific
Laneya Wright, Softball: Rider
Cheyenne Hudson, Softball: Huntingdon College
Michael Wooster, Cross Country: Southwestern College
Antoinette Audiss, Basketball: Embry-Riddle
Bella Muscoreil, Basketball, Dixie State
Jordy van der Werf, Softball: Bradley
Jessie Niegocki, Softball: Rider
Jordyn Ives, Soccer: Air Force
Kenneth Jimenez, Baseball: Yavapai
Matthew Bachelier, Baseball: Gonzaga
Sydney Gray, Softball: Nebraska
Abby Russell, Beach Volleyball: Arizona
Kayla Gonzales, Softball: Pima
Anjolee Aguilar-Beaucage, Softball: Grand Canyon
Byron Brown, Basketball: PIma
Jesse Ybarra, Wrestling: Iowa
Kelly Samorano, Softball: Pima
Miranda Erro, Beach Volleyball: Arizona
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