Posted On: 03/25/21 8:55 PM

There is nothing easy about being a setter, and you are expected to touch the ball with consistency, both psychologically and physically,  every time it comes over the net.  The setter must lead the team and make lightning-fast smart decisions. It can be a tough job when the stakes are high.  

The Badger Region Championships are the final tournament for many teams across the state that don’t go on to compete in national competition.  I love seeing how this tournament brings out some of the grittiest play.  These setters worked hard to better the ball every time they made contact and didn’t back down from a challenge.  These players were the spark and fire for their teams. 

#43 – Andie Spies – 2024 – 5’10 – Fort Atkinson – Capital 16 Adidas 

 

Spies plays so fearlessly, and she does a great job working against the flow to keep opposing blockers on the move. Spies sees the court well, is naturally athletic, explosive, and led her team into a fun championship match in the 16 Open division! 

#2 - Emily Dickmann – 2023 – 5’10 – Whitefish Bay – I AM VBC 16 Red 

 

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