HATTIESBURG, Miss. - Southern Miss Head volleyball coach Amanda Berkley announced the addition of Katherine Still (Mobile, Ala.) to the 2015 roster.
Still, a 5-7 defensive specialist/Libero, was a four-year letterwinner at McGill-Toolen in helping her team make four consecutive Alabama elite eight state tournament appearances. She was voted team co-captain for two seasons. During her senior season, she recorded 336 kills, 355 digs and 71 aces. She was named her team's most valuable player while earning 7A all-county team honors. She was named to the Super All-State Team honorable mention and all-coastal Alabama Region first team. She was selected to compete in the Alabama South All-Star volleyball team. Still recorded 284 kills, 430 digs and 37 aces as a junior while earning all-coastal Alabama Region second team honors. She was also named AVBCA all-state 6A second team and 6A all-county.
Still played three seasons for the Mobile Storm Volleyball Club, helping the team to a fifth place finish at the Big South National Qualifier 17 USA Division. She also played five seasons with the Club Bomba Volleyball Club.
Why I chose Southern Miss
" I first visited Southern Miss for a summer volleyball camp when I was 15 years old. I loved it, and from then on it was at the top of my list for potential colleges. Southern Miss has everything I was looking for, a beautiful campus, strong program in my major, great athletics, and it is close to my hometown of Mobile, Alabama. As I got to know Coach Amanda and the team, they were so welcoming and made me feel at home. I knew that Southern Miss was the place for me."
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