Mooberry, Volleyball add Walker to the 2014-15 recruiting class

Mooberry, Volleyball add Walker to the 2014-15 recruiting class

CHARLESTON, S.C. - Charleston Southern volleyball and head coach Christy Mooberry has announced the addition of Elizabeth Walker to the CSU volleyball recruiting class for the 2014-15 season on Wednesday afternoon.

Walker joins fellow 2014-15 signees Amanda Metz, Chrysta Zehr, Kylie Klein, Brooke Green and Taylor Marin in Mooberry's first signing class at Charleston Southern, providing much needed height to the Charleston Southern front line in the upcoming season.

"We are really excited about Liza," commented Mooberry on Walker's signing. "She is an athletic 6-1 middle blocker/outside hitter that brings a solid work ethic and energy to the court.  She's excellent in the classroom and a great fit for CSU."

Walker, a native of Fort Mill, S.C., lined up at both front row positions at Fort Mill High School under head coach Gina Farley. She also lined up at both the outside and middle hitter positions for the Carolina Juniors Volleyball (18s) club team underneath head coach Sushil Gupta.

Among her accolades, Walker was named the Offensive Player of the Year at Fort Mill in her sophomore, junior and senior seasons for having the most kills per season. She also earned team MVP honors and was the captain of the Fort Mill squad in her senior year. She finished the season earning 2013 All-Region and All-Area honors.

A standout in tournament play, she was named to the 2012 Nation Ford Invitational All- Tournament team, the 2012 Virginia Tech Hokies Super Regional All-Tournament team and the 2013 Hillcrest Invitational All-Tournament team.

Off the court, Walker was a standout, serving as the leader of the Fellowship for Christian Athletes at Fort Mill, as well as serving as the Secretary of the FFA – Fort Mill Chapter.

She was also named the 2014 Miss Fort Mill High School, as
 well as the Teen Strawberry Queen where she used the title to promote Autism Awareness throughout the community by speaking at middle schools and other events.

Athletic ability runs in the family as her father, Don Walker, played football at Texas State. She is the daughter of Don and Kate Walker and plans to pursue a degree in finance and marketing at Charleston Southern.

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