Posted On: 05/31/21 6:31 PM

NKYVC 15 Tsunami, comprised of athletes from both the Cincy and northern Kentucky areas, earned bronze at the highly competitive Triple Crown NIT event in Kansas City. Losing a tough three-set semifinal match to eventual champion Mad Frog, this squad bounced back for a solid two-game sweep of a very good Dynasty squad to claim third place. This team has had a terrific club season that includes winning Bluegrass and earning an open-level bid to the USA GJNC event later this summer. Key contributors this weekend included:

Julia Hunt Julia Hunt 6'1" | MB Holy Cross (Covington) | 2024 KY - One of the top prospects in the 2024 class in Kentucky, Hunt was outstanding once again for her team on both sides of the ball at the net. She is a high flyer and often overpowered opposing blockers with her arm through a variety of attack points. Her length and elevation also added big contributions defensively as she has great lateral quickness to close down opposing hitters. She has elite potential and should garner a lot of attention on the recruiting scene nationally. 

Alivia Skidmore Alivia Skidmore OH St. Henry | 2024 KY - Another high flyer on this squad, Skidmore is a huge factor on the left side and often found her opportunities

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