Posted On: 07/16/18 3:05 PM

Wisconsin Lutheran had a very successful 2017 season. They got second place in the Grayslake Central Ram Slam (IL) and made the semifinals in the Woodland Conference tournament with some big name schools: Greendale, Pewaukee, and New Berlin Eisenhower. They then went on to win their first regional championship in nine years. The Vikings had some key players and leaders that helped the team achieve success in 2017 and will continue to do so through the 2018 season.

Grace Beyer (Class of 2019, Setter, Uncommitted): This is Grace’s fourth year as a varsity starter. She had 769 assists in her 2017 season and has had over 2,000 assists in her volleyball career at Wisconsin Lutheran. She led her team in aces as well. She made first team Woodland West, All Woodland Team, and Honorable Mention All State. She is a strong leader on the court and her consistency is key for the team’s success.

Carissa Sundholm (Class 2019, Outside Hitter, Uncommitted): Carissa has been a varsity starting athlete for the past four years. Her leadership and responsibility has grown throughout her time on the team. Carissa is a versatile hitter with a

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