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Missouri volleyball team adjusts roster

Wednesday, December 30, 2009 | 5:51 p.m. CST; updated 12:00 a.m. CST, Thursday, December 31, 2009

COLUMBIA —The Missouri women's volley team has found a replacement for last season's reserve setter.

Molly Kreklow, a 6-foot-0 setter from Delano, Minn., will join the team for her freshman year next season. She replaces Kate Harris, who was granted a full release from the team.  

"Kate is a great person, and we really enjoyed having her in our program," Missouri coach Wayne Kreklow said in a statement. "We certainly hate to see her leave, but we also understand her desire to explore other opportunities  We all wish her nothing but the best."

Molly Kreklow, a niece of Wayne Kreklow, is considered one of the top setters in the class of 2010.  She has won numerous USA Volleyball All American awards and is one of only five setters on the ACVA/Under Armour High School All-America teams. She has been a two-time member of the USA Youth National Volleyball Team.

 


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