Posted On: 01/12/21 3:08 PM

We have athletes coming to the Quad Cities Clash who have won state titles, national titles, and some going across the country for their college volleyball.  Athletes from three states are heading to the Quad Cities to compete, some for the first time in months with the different state mandates in Illinois and Wisconsin.  Here is a complete list of athletes who have committed and where they will be taking their game at the next level. 

A fun matchup to keep tabs on will be Iowa Rockets 17R vs. Fusion 18 Red where the two will play at 9:45 on Saturday morning at TBK Sports Complex in Bettendorf. Both teams have some of the top players in their state.  Macy DaufeldtMacyDaufeldt5'10" | OHWest Liberty | 2022StateIA of Iowa Rockets 17R was one of the early commits from the Class of 2022 when she gave her verbal to Drake University her Freshman year.  Daufeldt is also the 2019 Class 3A state long jump champion in the state of Iowa.  Kora RuffKoraRuff5'9" | SPleasant Valley | 2022StateIA is one of the most recent commits from this group where she had a standout Junior season and Pleasant Valley out of Bettendorf.  She was one of the top setters in the state being named to the Des Moines Register All Iowa Elite team as well as Captain of the Quad Cities Metro team.  She will play in the Missouri Valley Conference at Evansville University in Evansville, IN. 

Fusion 18 Red is led by the Borum twins in Breelyn BorumBreelynBorum6'0" | SSterling | 2021StateIL and Brooklyn BorumBrooklynBorum6'0" | OHSterling | 2021StateIL.  Breen Borum is an extremely dynamic setter where she puts so much pressure on the defense with an athletic and physical style. Each time she jump sets, there is always a chance for her to swing and score points.  She is a top notch defender at the net and in the backrow.  She will take her game to Florida Gulf Coast.  Brooklyn will head to Virginia as a six rotation outside hitter.  Her IQ is one of the best you’ll find with her ability to see the open spot as well as read the opposing attackers.  

Macy DaufeldtMacyDaufeldt5'10" | OHWest Liberty | 2022StateIA

Iowa Rockets 17R

Kora RuffKoraRuff5'9" | SPleasant Valley | 2022StateIA – Evansville

Macy DaufeldtMacyDaufeldt5'10" | OHWest Liberty | 2022StateIA – Drake

Gabbie SchroederGabbieSchroeder5'7" | LIowa City Liberty | 2022StateIA – Drake

Ella RamsayEllaRamsay6'1" | MBMoline (IL) | 2022StateIA – Loyola-Chicago 

Alexis MosesAlexisMoses6'3" | MBCedar Rapids Prairie | 2022StateIA – South Dakota 

Calia ClubbCaliaClubb5'10" | RSClear Creek-Amana | 2022StateIA – Illinois State 

Balance 18s

Olivia Jost – Winona State

Lauren Passaglia – Hillsdale 

Grace Regnier – UW-Stevens Point

Fusion 18 Red 

Madison Clark – Jacksonville University 

Allyson Warburton – UW-Whitewater

Samantha Abruzzo – Purdue University Northwest

Calley Jones – Denison University 

Bree Borum – Florida Gulf Coast

Brooklyn BorumBrooklynBorum6'0" | OHSterling | 2021StateIL – Virginia 


Sky High 17 Black 

Rian BakerRianBaker5'11" | SFremd | 2022IL – Wake Forest

Maddie MoanMaddieMoan6'0" | MBWoodstock | 2022IL – UW-Milwaukee 


Sky High 18 Black 

Deme Yianas – Case Western University 

Alyssa Graf – Converse College


V-Hawk 18 Adidas 

Emma Kujawa – Minnesota-Duluth 

Jada Mitchell – Viterbo 

Isabella Pigorsch – St. Marys (MN) 


Eastside 18U Ninjas 

Kelsey Todd – Olivet Nazarene

Ashleigh Brawley – Culver-Stockton


Wisconsin Ice 18 Purple 

Sydney Lillienthal – Concordia University – Wisconsin 


Sting United – Madison 18 Red 

Anna BohrerAnnaBohrer6'0" | LVerona | 2021StateWI – Concordia University – Wisconsin 

Platform Elite 

Jenna Syring – Black Hawk 

Molly Engler – Black Hawk 

Annie StotlarAnnieStotlarSBettendorf | 2021StateIA – Waldorf 

Addie Dunker – Dominican 

Aubrey Lamphier – Illinois Wesleyan 


Did we miss one?  Email to update this list of committed athletes at the Prep Dig Quad Cities Clash 

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