Kelby Goldschmeding

Posted On: 09/12/20 10:19 AM

Division 3 saw the graduation of a lot of top liberos.

The 2020 season will see a lot of new faces be given a big opportunity in the back row in the division.

Here’s a look at six players that have a good opportunity to succeed this fall and emerge as the best in the back row.

Kelby Goldschmeding, Sr. Schoolcraft

The only returning libero with All-State honors is Goldschmeding, who was Honorable Mention All-State in 2019. She anchored the Schoolcraft defense and helped the Eagles reach the D3 championship match. Schoolcraft had a very powerful offense last fall, but for it all to work, Goldschmeding had to be at her best. She plays very instinctively and is able to make the tough digs to keep her team in-system.

Mya MinjaresMyaMinjares5'2" | LRoyal Oak Shrine | 2021StateMI, Sr. Royal Oak Shrine

Minjares is a spirted player in the back row that has been able to make a name for herself since she was a freshman. Her talents and decision-making have grown exponentially over the years. Minjares faces a number of great hitters in the Catholic League and that has helped sharpen her skills in the back row. Minjares has the footwork and competitive

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