Did you know that our club graduates athletes every year who are recruited to play college volleyball? Below, check out some of the institutions where Jellys Volleyball athletes have competed. You can also learn about a few of our featured Jellys Alumnae who have gone on to play at the next level.
Katrina graduated high school in 2023. She plays indoor volleyball for State College of Florida in Bradenton, FL.
Alanna graduated high school in 2023. She plays indoor volleyball for State College of Florida in Bradenton, FL.
Kendall graduated from Lemon Bay High School in 2022, after six years with Jellys Volleyball. She played her first college volleyball season at State College of Florida in Bradenton, FL. Among her accolades at SCF, Kendall won the NJCAA Offensive Player of the Week Recognition on 9/20/2022. She has since transferred to Webber International University in Babson Park, FL, where she is playing her sophomore season for indoor and beach volleyball.
Jenna graduated high school in 2021, after several years as a DS/Libero for Jellys Volleyball. She plays indoor volleyball at Ave Maria University in Immokalee, FL.
Emily graduated high school in 2021, after five years as a Middle Hitter/Blocker for Jellys Volleyball. In high school, she was Team Captain for two years and earned the MVP Award. She was recruited to play indoor volleyball at Bob Jones University in Greenville, SC. Emily transferred to Warner University in Lake Wales, FL, where she currently plays. Among her college volleyball accolades, she has earned Player of the Game Recognition twice.
Macenzie graduated high school in 2018, after several commanding years as a Jellys Volleyball libero and a dominant senior season with Port Charlotte High School. She was recruited to play indoor college volleyball at Bryan College in Dayton, TN. During her college career, Mac frequently saw time in the lineup as a libero, defensive specialist, and serving specialist. Among her accolades at BC, she earned a spot on the All-Conference Team for the 2019-20 season.
Courtney won a beach volleyball national title and captained multiple indoor teams for Jellys until her high school graduation in 2017. She was recruited to Southeastern University, where she played 3 seasons of indoor and 4 seasons of beach volleyball. Among her accolades at SEU, Courtney won the Champion of Character Award for the 2020 inaugural beach volleyball season in the Sun Conference.
Isabella graduated high school in 2017 after playing 7 seasons for Jellys Volleyball as an outside hitter and defensive specialist. She captained several Jellys teams before she was recruited to Southeastern University. Since her time in college, Isa has returned home to coach 5 seasons with Jellys Club Volleyball.
Anikka graduated from Sarasota Christian School in 2016, after playing Jellys Club Volleyball for several years. During her time with Jellys, she was a dominant middle hitter and blocker. Anikka feels that her time with the club opened up doors for her to play at the next level. She was recruited to Pasco Hernando State College. Among her accolades at PHSC, Anikka earned a spot on the All-Academic Team for the 2016-17 season.
Cheyenne graduated from Sarasota Christian School in 2016, after playing Jellys Club Volleyball for several years. During her time with Jellys, she was a dominant outside hitter and all-around player. After spending 2 seasons at Pasco Hernando State College, she transferred to Warner University. At WU, she played 2 more seasons of indoor and beach volleyball. Among her college accolades, Cheyenne earned a spot on the All-Academic Team for the PHSC 2016-17/17-18 and WU 2018-19/19-20 seasons.
Mariah graduated high school in 2015, after several years as an outside hitter with Jellys Volleyball. She was recruited to play college indoor volleyball for Bryan College in Dayton, TN, where she participated for her entire career. During her tenure with the Lions, Mariah was a team captain and frequent starter.