PUEBLO, Colo. (May 14, 2018) – Colorado State University-Pueblo Volleyball has signed Eleasah Marshall and Sarah Vang to compete for the Pack during their upcoming 2018 season.
Marshall (Brenham, Texas) most recently competed for Colorado Northwestern Junior College. She was Named Second Team All-Scenic West Athletic Conference as a sophomore. The libero/defensive specialist also garnered All-SWAC Tournament Team accolades.
The Spartans named Marshall their Defensive Player of the Year in 2017. Marshall ranks second all-time in school history in digs and digs per set.
A four-year varsity player for Cactus High School in Glendale, Ariz., Marshall helped guide the Cobras to two regional Championships. During her sophomore and junior seasons, Marshall received an All-Conference nod.
Vang (Parker, Colo.) comes to the Pack from Division I's Southern Utah University. Over the past two seasons, Vang had 134 digs and 125 kills for the ThunderBirds. Vang was named to the Big Sky Conference's All-Academic team in each of her two seasons with Southern Utah.
Prior to her time at Southern Utah, Vang competed for Chapparal High School. Vang was Named Honorable Mention All-State as a senior in 2015-16. She also earned First Team All-Continental Conference during his senior campaign.
As a Wolverine, Vang knocked down 457 kills. She also came up with 460 digs. Vang was named Player of the Match twice, earning this accolade Oct. 4, and Nov. 1 of 2014. She put down 35 aces in high school.
Vang played club volleyball for the Colorado Juniors. Her team won the Colorado Crossroads Tournament in both 2014-15 and 2015-16. The Colorado Juniors finished second at the 2015-16 Nationals.
Both Marshall and Vang will compete for the Pack in 2018. The Pack will begin their 2018 campaign Friday Aug. 24 at the Washburn Tournament. The ThunderWolves will take the court for the first time at Massari Arena Tuesday Aug. 28 when they host Angelo State University at 1 p.m.
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As a member of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, Colorado State University – Pueblo competes in 22 varsity sports in NCAA Division II intercollegiate athletics