Posted On: 11/12/20 11:50 AM

These athletes are hungry and between watching athletes in Wisconsin and Iowa the past two years, I can vouch that their accolades and accomplishments in their young careers and well deserted.  There are also athletes that you can see they are on the brink of a breakthrough.  The repetitions they’ve had time and time again are now becoming automatic.  Plus, they are getting strong, quicker, jumping higher and are finding their athleticism.  I’ve seen these athletes in summer leagues, camps, high school tournaments, club tournaments, and even state championship matches.  Here are the Class of 2023’s heading to the Top 250 in Wisconsin and Iowa that will definitely be ones to take note of not only at our event, but into the 2021 club season. 

Iowa 

Claudia AschenbrennerClaudiaAschenbrenner5'10" | MHOsage | 2023StateIA - Osage - CIA 

Aschenbrenner is one of the top middles in the Class of 2023.  She’s 5’10, but in the middle her athleticism is her biggest strength.  Coming off a state title for Osage, Aschenbrenner has an extremely high motor where she just keeps working through every point allowing herself to be available to swing and

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