Posted On: 09/10/17 5:56 PM

What do you get when you add two active middles to a consistent setter? A team that is a handful to defend. The Aurora Huskies play a tough schedule, and though their record may not show it currently, they are a force to be reckoned with. The team is powered by their two middles, Corrie Schneider (Sr.) and Adrianna Smith (Jr.). 

Schneider has tallied 408 career kills and 108 career blocks up to this point. The four-year varsity player has worked her way into a definite role her senior year and is the "go-to" for setter Tanner Ohlson (Sr.). Schneider is effective in all zones of the net. Outside, quick middle, slide, you name it, she will hit it and she will terminate. 

Adrianna Smith is the opposite middle leading Aurora. With 208 career kills, the junior is also a key hitter for the team. Smith will swing at any spot on the net and has experience on the outside as well. Both girls played for Nebraska Juniors this past club season.

Advantages to a middle-centered offense:

Middles are hard to defend because of the general areas from which they attack. Traditionally, outside and right side attackers hit primarily

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