Nov. 11 was the signing date for National Letters of Intent for Womens College Volleyball, and six members of WAVE Volleyball Club team, based in Del Mar, were chosen to play at Division 1 colleges in 2010. Wave 18-Jeanne’s Team, will be sending, from left, Kendall Polian to Yale, Jenny Woolway to UC Davis, Katie Dutchman to Northwestern, Kelly Reeves to UCLA, Natalie Loos to St. Mary’s and Natalie Hagglund to USC. Coached by Jeanne Reeves, these girls won the Open Division of the Junior Olympics in 2008 and placing third in 2009, as well as winning four Open Qualifiers throughout the country, including the Southern California Qualifier in both the 16’s and 17’s age groups. Over this span they have compiled an impressive 80 and 5 record. An extremely tight knit group, several of the players have been club teammates since they were 12 years old. Courtesy photo
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