Posted On: 09/16/21 12:30 PM

The high school volleyball season is underway in Washington and prospects from every corner of the Evergreen State are doing their best to help their teams while they showcase their games in the prospect of being recruited by a college in order to make the move to the next level.

Some players didn’t need more than three or four matches to show what they can do and as production in volleyball can come in a variety of ways, we’ll spend this week highlighting the young prospects who are off to a great start in their campaigns.

This time we’ll take a look at the players who have been putting up massive defensive numbers:


Sandy Seetharaman – Outside Hitter – HS: Interlake - 2022

A 5’9” outside hitter, Sandy Seetharaman is one of those players who are well-versed on both sides of the ball. She has an important role for Interlake on offense, but is also the team’s main defender, having racked up 47 digs in 14 sets, to an average of 3.4 per set. Seetharaman has been extremely consistent with her backcourt efforts, with her defensive production ranging from ten to 13 digs in each of the Saints’ four

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