Women's Volleyball


Williams, Two Others Moving on to NCAA Schools

Williams, Two Others Moving on to NCAA Schools

June 21, 2017

Gainesville, FL – Three players from the 2016 fourth place NJCAA finishing Santa Fe Saints have signed or walked on at four year schools to continue their playing careers.

All-American Nadine Williams signed a letter of intent with the University of West Florida in Pensacola.  As a sophomore Williams was named First Team Mid-Florida Conference, First Team FCSAA, and a NJCAA Honorable Mention All-American.

The NCAA Division II Argonauts of West Florida are coached by Melissa Wolter and finished the 2016 season 26-10 and 17-3 in the Gulf South Conference.

Meraiah Hill signed with Bethune Cookman University and will join a rebuilding Wildcats team that finished the 2016 season 10-21 and 7-3 in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference under Head Coach Brittany Williams.

Hill wrapped up her sophomore season as a member of the Mid-Florida Conference Second Team.

Sheyanne Sullivan will join Florida International University as a preferred walk-on. Sullivan played her best volleyball in the postseason, making the FCSAA All-Tournament team along with teammates Nadine Williams and Sterling Williamson.

The Panthers of Florida International are an NCAA Division I institution and are coached by Rita Buck-Crockett.  They finished last season 24-15 overall and 8-5 in Conference USA.

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