Posted On: 05/28/19 12:18 PM

There will be life after volleyball, and there are plenty of ways for student athletes to incorporate their passion for volleyball and academics.  For some of the members of Mizuno M1 18-1, they will be playing their collegiate volleyball at some of the top academic schools in the country. There are plenty of top academic schools, but some of these are the elite.  They only accept a certain percentage of students and to be considered among that percentage everything has to align from the rigor of AP classes, ACT scores, and extracurricular activities as well. Take a look at some of the athletes who are going big time with their academic careers after high school.

Alaina Bohrer

Committed to Washington University - St. Louis

Bohrer is a force on the right side and can terminate on either pin.  She was part of Edina’s run to the state tournament this past fall. Bohrer will be heading to Washington University in St. Louis, better known as WashU, a perennial power Division 3 power where the study body comes in with an average of 32-34 ACT and only has a 17% acceptance rate.  The Bears were the

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