Auburn Volleyball Signees Earn National Recognition

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Dec. 21, 2013



Incoming freshman Courtney Crable was a first-team All-American and "Miss Volleyball" in Kentucky.

AUBURN, Ala. - Three of Auburn's volleyball signees that will join the Tigers in the fall of 2014 have been honored on the state and national stage for their recently completed high school seasons.

Courtney Crable, Alexa Filley and Macy Reece were all named to the Under Armour High School All-America Team, which was released last month. Crable, a 6-1 outside hitter from Louisville, Ky., was a first-team selection and played in the Under Armour All-American Match in Seattle on Friday night. Filley, a 5-9 setter who is also from Louisville, was a second-team selection, and Reece, a 6-2 middle blocker from Nashville, Tenn., was an honorable mention selection.

Crable and Filley, who played for rival high schools in the Louisville area, shared several awards in the commonwealth of Kentucky as well. Crable, who played for Mercy Academy, was named Kentucky's "Miss Volleyball," and she and Filley were selected to the all-state team. Meanwhile, Filley, who played at Assumption High School, was named the Gatorade State Volleyball Player of the Year for Kentucky.

Filley and Reece found their way onto another All-America team as well. Filley was a second-team selection to the USA Today All-USA High School Volleyball Team, and Reece was selected to the third team.

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