Luce twins to play volleyball for S.D. School of Mines

Kassie and Krissie Luce will play Division II college volleyball in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference at South Dakota School of Mines. Tiffany Jehorek Photo
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MEEKER | United Volleyball Club of the Rockies is pleased to announce that Kassie and Krissie Luce from the United 18 National Team and Meeker High School have committed to play for South Dakota School of Mines. The Luce twins will play Division II college volleyball in the RMAC (Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference).

Meeker High School, under second year head coach Greg Cravens, just completed back-to-back third place finishes at the state tournament for the Colorado High School Athletic Association (2A). The twins were both first team all-state and all-tournament.

Krissie was the starting libero for the United VBC 18 National Team that finished fifth in the Gold Medal Round at the Crossroads National Qualifier in Denver in March 2018. Krissie and her beach partner, Baylee Johnson, qualified for USA Volleyball Beach National in July 2018, where they finished in the Gold Medal Round.

Kassie was a setter and DS for the United VBC 18 National Team that finished fifth in the Gold Medal Round at the Crossroads National Qualifier in Denver in March 2018, just missing qualifying for USA Volleyball Junior Nationals. Kassie and her beach partner, Campbell Atkins, qualified for USA Volleyball Beach National in July 2018, where they finished in the Gold Medal Round.

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