Georgetown News
Volleyball - Mon, Jun. 28, 2010
The Georgetown College volleyball team has announced the signing of Stephanie Gurren. The 5-foot-4 setter from Erlanger, Kentucky and St. Henry District High School will compete for the Orange & Black beginning in the fall of 2011.A two-year starter and three-year letterwinner for coach Maureen Kaiser at St. Henry, Gurren has helped the Crusaders to over 65 victories, three Distrct 32 Championships (2007-09) and two Region 9 Runner-Up finishes (2008-09). In 2009, she was selected to the KHSAA District 32 All-Tournament Team, NKVCA All-Opponent II 1st Team and a NKVCA Volleyball All-Star Honorable Mention.

Gurren becomes another Tiger recruit with extensive club experience, competing with the Northern Kentucky Volleyball Club (NKYVC) for the past seven years. Directing the offense for NKYVC's top teams each of those years, Gurren has led her team to the USAV Junior National Championships in three of those seasons.

"We are excited to have Stephanie joining our program," GC coach Nick Griffin said. "She's a talented player with a motor that never quits, and she brings great enthusiasm and energy to the court. People underestimate Stephanie due to her height, but she more than makes up for it with a high volleyball IQ, tremendous work ethic, and a fierce competitive drive."

Gurren joins Rachel Eubanks (Cincinnati, OH/Oak Hills H.S.) in the recruiting class of 2011. Stephanie, seen signing above, is undecided on her major. Her parents are Bob and Donna Gurren.

 
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