Loudoun County High School junior Maggie Phillips has verbally accepted an offer to attend and play volleyball at the U.S. Naval Academy. Phillips has started for the Raiders’ volleyball and basketball teams since her freshman year.
Phillips, an outside/right hitter, has slammed 72 kills for Loudoun County (9-0) this season. The Raiders, who have swept eight of their first nine opponents, face a pair of strong challenges in their next two matches - Sept. 27 at Potomac Falls and Oct. 1 vs. Stone Bridge.
-Below is the full press release from LCHS:
LCHS is pleased to announce that junior Maggie Phillips has verbally accepted to continue her Volleyball career at the U.S. Naval Academy, beginning in 2014.
She has started for the Raider Volleyball team since her freshmen year, and plays club volleyball for Virginia Elite Volleyball Club. Maggie also has started for the Raider Basketball team since her freshmen year, and continues to be an outstanding student leader.
Maggie comes from a military family, as her mother Gretchen is a Naval Academy Graduate and former Naval Aviator. Her father, Dave, is a VMI graduate and former Marine Aviator. We are very proud of Maggie and offer congratulations to her and her family.
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