The University of the Cumberlands volleyball program has signed five

additional athletes for the fall 2007 season. Natalie Bolton, Alyssa Burke,

Jodi Combs, Kellyn Munsey, and Megan Wade are the newest members of the JV

Volleyball team.

Bowling Green High School graduate Natalie Bolton and her mother Carrie

Bolton are from Bowling Green, Ky. Head Coach Kara Clemenz commented,

"Natalie is an enthusiastic young lady and she is very excited about joining

the JV volleyball team. We are equally as excited about having her."

Alyssa Burke graduated from Corbin High School in Corbin, Ky. She is the

daughter of Delbert and Linda Burke. "Alyssa's height is an obvious asset,"

Coach Clemenz states of the 6-0 freshman. I am expecting her to put up a

strong block in the middle."

Recent Letcher Central High School graduate Jodi Combs is the daughter

of James and Vanda Combs of Whitesburg, Ky. Coach Clemenz stated, "Jodi is a

welcome addition to the team in the setter position."

Kellyn Munsey is the daughter of Richard and Janet Munsey of Monticello,

Ky. She attended Wayne County High School. "Kellyn has a strong presence and

has great fundamentals. She has a lot to offer and I look forward to

watching her improve over the next four years," stated Coach Clemenz.

Megan Wade graduated from Akins High School in Austin, Texas. She is the

daughter of Michael and Megan Wade. "Megan is very athletic. She will also

be on the women's wrestling team this year," commented Coach Clemenz. I look

forward to seeing her play and grow as an athlete."

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