UCCS Signee Laura Brodie Named to Class 4A All-State Team
University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball signee Laura Brodie was named to the Rocky Mountain News Class 4A All-State team, which was published in the newspaper on Thursday.
Brodie, who will join her sister Andrea on the Mountain Lions for the 2009 season, led Cheyenne Mountain High School to its first Colorado Class 4A state title in 2008, recording 29 kills and 36 digs in the final three matches of the state tournament. For her effort, she was named the tournament's MVP and the Gazette's athlete of the week.
For the season, Brodie had 200 kills, 253 digs and 90 blocks. That came on the heels of her tremendous junior season, during which she had 212 kills, 301 digs and 74 blocks. As a sophomore, Brodie recorded 140 kills and 123 digs.
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