MADISON, S.D. - Dakota State University head volleyball coach Amy Veenhof is pleased to announce the signing of Hannah Creed. She will join the Trojan volleyball program this fall.
Creed, 5-foot-10-inch outside hitter, graduated from Thompson Valley High School where she was a volleyball team captain. In 2010 and 2011, she was named All-State honorable mention and also received Northern Colorado athlete of the week honors.
Creed was a member of the Thompson Valley High School volleyball team that won conference and district titles in 2010. Thompson Valley advanced to the Colorado State High School 4A volleyball tournament Creed's junior year. They finished fifth place at the state tournament, which was the highest place finish in school history. During her senior year at Thompson Valley, Creed recorded a .255 hitting percentage and 43 service aces.
In addition, Creed has several years of experience playing club volleyball. She was a member of the Premier volleyball club for four years and NORCO club for two years. In 2012, she led the Premier volleyball club 18-1 team in hitting percentage at the Omaha President's Day Classic Tournament and Colorado Crossroads Tournament.
"I am super excited to have Hannah joining the Trojan volleyball team," said Veenhof. "Hannah is a big recruit for us. I have high expectations for Hannah and I know she'll be a huge asset to our team for the next four years. The thing that I like the most about Hannah doesn't even have anything to do with volleyball. It's her personality! She is a fun, likeable, good person that will get along well with everyone here at Dakota State! Hannah really is the total package!"
Creed earned Academic All-State Athletic honors for four years and she also earned the Academic Excellence award for two years.
Hannah is the daughter of John and Joan Creed of Loveland, Colo. She plans to study Health Administration at Dakota State University.
Nick Huntimer, Dakota State University Sports Information Director