Former SHAPE volleyball standout Ashley Seiler, now a senior at Cheney High School in Washington, signs her national letter of intent to play volleyball at Casper College in Casper, Wyoming.
Eric Oltme/Special to Stars and Stripes
Ashley Seiler, a 2011 All-Europe volleyball star at SHAPE, has signed a letter of intent to play for Casper College, a National Junior College Athletic Association program in Casper, Wyoming.
Seiler recorded 117 kills as a Spartan sophomore in 2011, earning first-team All-Europe and all-tournament team honors while leading SHAPE to a runner-up finish at the Division I European tournament. The 5-foot-11 outside hitter transferred to Cheney High School near Fairchild Air Force Base, Wash., prior to her junior year, and is currently in the midst of her senior season.
The Casper Thunderbirds completed their fall 2013 season last month at 18-19
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