Former Penn State middle blocker transfers to Nebraska

After four years at Penn State, middle blocker Kaitlyn Hord announces that she will transfer to play her final season for the Huskers.

LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – Husker volleyball is getting a new addition to the team for next season.

Former Penn State middle blocker Kaitlyn Hord made the announcement that she will be joining Nebraska on Instagram:

So incredibly thankful for the lifelong friendships and experiences I gained throughout my four years at Penn State. Love ya lions!!

And on that note…. very excited to announce that I will be continuing my academic and athletic career at the the University of Nebraska !! #GBR

 

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The four-time All-American will have one year of eligibility remaining. Hord was third in the Big Ten this season with a .394 hitting percentage. In two games against the Huskers this past season, she totaled 16 kills.

She will play a key role in helping replace middle blockers Lauren Stivrins, who has used up her NCAA eligibility, and Callie Schwarzenbach, who transferred to Long Beach State.

Kayla Caffey may return to Nebraska, but she is awaiting word from the NCAA on if she will be granted a seventh year of eligibility.

 

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