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VUVB Signs Vincennes Lincoln Stand-Out Grace Doane

Vincennes, IN-The Vincennes University Volleyball team continues to add to an already impressive 2018 recruiting class with the addition of Vincennes Lincoln’s Grace Doane. Grace is the daughter of Kyle and Kathy Doane.

Doane is a 5’10” middle blocker and opposite hitter, who had 306 kills and a team leading 81 blocks in 2017. Grace was the recipient of many honors including; Big 8 All-Conference, Sun-Commercial All-Area, and Indiana High School Volleyball Coaches Association 3A All District teams. Along with on-court honors, Grace is also an honor roll student who plans to major in Occupational Therapy at VU.

Lincoln volleyball coach Kasey Bowles had this to say about Doane’s signing, “I’m excited for Grace and the opportunities at Vincennes. She is a dynamic player who will work to earn points for the team. Her ability to dominate the front row will be an asset for VU. We are excited to see all she can accomplish.”

“Grace is a part of a strong class of front row players that we have coming in the Fall which stands at 6 thus far” VUVB coach Gary Sien added. “Besides playing in the middle, we like the fact that she can also hit at one of the pins. She is someone who is serious about her education and she will be called upon to be a leader as we will have a very large incoming class.”

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