Roadrunner recruits

Volleyball

The Metro volleyball team signed six student-athletes for the 2013 season.

Julia Dorsday,  a 5-foot-11 middle blocker from Truckee, Calif, is a transfer from Sierra College, where she was named two-time first team all-conference. Vasati Fiatoa, from Las Vegas is also a middleblocker.

The new recruits also include Tiffany Harris from Dublin, Calif., MacKenzie Campbell from Durango and Ran Hoerdemann from Littleton.

 

Women’s basketball

The lady Roadrunners added two players to the women’s basketball team for the 2013-14 season.

Deni Jacobs is a 5-foot-11 center from Garden City Community College in Kansas. She was named second team all-conference and honorable mention all-region in 2012 after averaging 12.2 points and 6.2 rebounds. Jacobs led the GCCC to a 50-15 record during her two years with the team.

Quynne Eharis, also a center, joins the Roadrunners from Southwestern Oregon Community College, where she was a two-time all region and all-defensive player. Eharis averaged 19.9 points, 12.5 rebounds, and 2.4 blocked shots a game.

 

Men’s soccer

Head coach Ken Parsons recruits two transfers and eight freshman for the men’s soccer team. The 2013 roster will include:

Brock Laberew, University of Dayton

Makir Orpeza, Otero Junior College

Nolan Barth, Chander, Ariz.

Jeff Gillis, Aurora, Colo.

Trevor Irion, Gilbert, Ariz.

Michael Jordahl, Denver

Jack Mayfield, Boulder

James Tanner, Lake Stevens, Wash.

Tyler Trujillo, Denver

Christian Whitesell, Rapid City, S.D.

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Angelita Foster

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Angelita Foster is the Sports Editor at The Metropolitan. She has contributed to The Metropolitan as a reporter since May 2011. Angelita is majoring in journalism with a minor in digital media. She expects to graduate in 2014. Her long-term goal: work for a print publication covering college sports.
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