By: Ed Weaver | NTL Sports | April 12, 2018 | Photo courtesy Ed Weaver
Senior Cheyenne Sherman announced on Monday, April 9 that she is continuing her volleyball career this coming fall at Penn State-Beaver.
The Penn State-Beaver is a small campus with an enrollment of 1,000 students, which reminded Sherman of Wellsboro.
"I've been there a couple of times and really love the campus and the coach," Sherman said. "It's very small and you can see everything, which I like, like Wellsboro."
In her last two years Sherman has compiled 235 kills, scored 293 points with 62 aces, 25 blocks, and 389 digs. From her outside hitter position she helped guide the Lady Hornets to a return to District IV Class AA finals after a dramatic 3-2 win over Wyalusing in the semi-finals.
Sherman was named a 2017-18 NTL Large School Division 1st Team All-Star, 2nd team Towanda Daily Review All-Region Volleyball team, and an Tioga Publishing Outstanding All-Star.
"Cheyenne is going to leave a big hole in our program," said head coach Sharon Zuchowski. "She's been a leader and works really hard and the other girls feed off of that. We're going to miss that. I expect her to work hard for a starting position and for her to show them her work ethic. I'm looking forward to seeing her be very successful at Penn State-Beaver."
WellsboroAthletics.com would like to congratulate Cheyenne on continuing her athletic career and thank her for all her hard work and dedication to the volleyball program.