Salt Lake City- Salt Lake Community College head volleyball coach Sue Dulaney has signed six athletes from around the state of Utah to play for SLCC during 2012 season. Dulaney’s signees include Bailee Kendall (North Sanpete H.S), Baylie Henrie (Davis H.S), Jullian Campbell (Murray H.S), Indigo Allen (Woods Cross H.S), Adria Downs (Davis H.S) and Camry Godfrey (Layton H.S).
Bailee Kendall hails from North Sanpete High School where she was named 3A All-State in 2011. Kendall, a 5’11 outside hitter, is a three year letter winner and team MVP. She is also on the North Sanpete honor roll.
Baylie Henrie, a 5’6 libero/setter preps at Davis High School where they were the 5A State Champions. Henrie was named 5A All-Tournament, second team All-State and first team All-Area. Henrie also was awarded the Davis High Tradition of Excellence Award.
Jillian Campbell, a 6’2 middle hitter, takes the short trip to SLCC from Murray High School. Campbell was named second team All-State in 2010, earned the Spirit of Mt. Olympus award and academically won the President’s Education award for outstanding academic excellence.
Indigo Allen hails from Davis County and Woods Cross High School. Allen, a 5’6 DS/LB, was named a NSHSS scholar and has been on the honor roll since 7th grade. Allen has been a four year starter for Woods Cross as well as team captain. In 2011 her team won the gold medal in AAU and Allen qualified for the 18 American National team.
Adria Downs joins her teammate Baylie Henrie from Davis High School. Downs, a 5’11 hitter, won the 5A State Championship as well as the region championship two times. In 2011, Downs was named a UHSAA Region 1 Academic All-Region athlete.
Camry Godfrey, a 5’10 setter, joins the Bruins from Layton High School. Godfrey was named first team All-Area, All-State honorable mention and Tribune Prep of the Week.
Softball: SLCC softball signs seven to NLI’s for 2012
Head coach Mary Kay Amicone has announced the signing of seven players from California, Nevada and Utah. The Bruins are pleased to welcome Megan Bradshaw (Mountain View H.S), Kellie McCleave (Glendora H.S), Payton Palmer (Roy H.S), Alex Petrolia (Foothill H.S), Taylor Tann (Syracuse H.S), Nicole Rockwood (Olympus H.S) and Lauryn Kirschner (Layton H.S).
“All these great athletes will help continue the SLCC softball tradition of excellence. I am very excited to call each of them Bruins,” Amicone said.