Oregon Tech Adds Pair to Volleyball Squad
KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Oregon Tech volleyball coach Jason Corwin has announced the signing of Michelle Flannery and Kaylee Peck to National Letters-of-Intent. Both players will join the Owls program as freshman for the 2012 season.
Oakridge High standout Kaylee Peck signs letter-of-intent.
A four-year player at Oakridge High School, Peck posted team-highs in kills, aces and digs on her way to team MVP accolades. The 5-10 outside hitter was a two-time first-team all-league player under head coach Ronda Gardner, leading the Mountain View League in kills her senior season for the Warriors. Along with volleyball, Peck was a four-year player in basketball and track and field at OHS.
“Kaylee is a very physical player with a lot of upside” said Corwin, who recently finished his second season at Oregon Tech. “She can get on top of sets really fast and hits a pretty heavy ball. We love her energy and enthusiasm, as Kaylee will be a great addition to our 2012 recruiting class.”
Peck is the daughter of Dan and Renee Peck and will major in medical imaging at Oregon Tech beginning this fall.
Michell Flannery will begin collegiate volleyball career at Oregon Tech this fall.
Flannery, a 5-10 opposite/setter, competed at Coeur d’Alene High School under the tutelage of head coach
Dee Pottenger. For the Vikings, Flannery earned first-team All-Valley accolade in 2010 and 2011, while also garnering an All-Tournament award her senior season.
“Michelle brings a lot of volleyball experience to our 2012 recruiting class, and consider her a versatile offensive tool box at both pins,” mentioned Corwin. “She is very quick on defense and has an excellent jump serve. We are looking forward to what kind of an impact Michelle will make this fall and excited to have her join our 2012 recruiting class.”
Michelle is the daughter of Don and Rita Flannery and will major in electrical engineering/renewable energy engineering at Oregon Tech.
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