Volleyball Nabs Three Early Signees for 2012
December 14, 2011
After completing a competitive first season in Conference Carolinas, head coach Greg Mosely has signed three players to letters of intent for the 2012 recruiting class.
Samantha Del Toro 5’11” Middle Blocker, Hillcrest High School, Simpsonville, SC
Del Toro was a first team All Region Selection for the Rams SCHSL AAAA State Championship team. She played for Coach Lynn Avant and started at the middle position for the last two years. She current plays for Club South Volleyball and is coached by Wofford head coach Corey Helle.
“Sam brings a strong blocking presence in the middle for us. She has a powerful swing and makes good decisions on the court. She possesses great character and is a good student. I am very pleased she has chosen NGU to continue her educational and volleyball career. “(Coach Greg Mosely)
Gabby Sehres 5’11” Middle Blocker, Wellington Community High School, Wellington, FL
Sehres has been a three year starter for 25-2 Wellington which finished as the 8A state runner up in Florida this past season. She led her team in blocks and was among the leaders in kills on a team that had five senior starters sign scholarships with various universities. Gabby has played at the national level the past three year for the Tribe Volleyball Club.
“Gabby is another outstanding addition to our recruiting class for 2012. She is a great competitor and plays with high energy. Her strength is her blocking but she will also contribute for us offensively. Gabby is a quality student in the classroom, with tremendous character that I am pleased to have as a part of NGU volleyball.” (Coach Greg Mosely)
Taylor Dupes 5’10” Outside Hitter/Defensive Specialist, North Paulding High School, Dallas, GA
Dupes played outside hitter for a squad that went 46-5 during her senior year and advance in the playoffs in the GHSA. She served as captain of her team that amassed 105 wins during her high school career. She was selected as first team all county and named the Paulding County Player of the Year along with many other honors through out her senior year. She holds school and county records for most kills in a season and game.
“Taylor brings a great work ethic and intensity to our team. She is quick and a strong defender. I am looking for her to make an impact on our team defensively, but I also like her versatility as a hitter. Taylor has great character and is solid student as well. I am happy that Taylor has chosen NGU to continue her career as a student and athlete.” (Coach Greg Mosely)