Clemson’s Kamryn Sherman Named to A-2 Junior National Team

May 26, 2011

Clemson freshman volleyball player Kamryn Sherman, who enrolled in January, will play for the Junior National A2 Volleyball Team after a tryout at the Colorado Springs Olympic Training facility. Sherman becomes the second player named to a National team this summer, as Mo Simmons made the Junior National Team in early May.

Sherman is one of four players representing the ACC on the squad, which features 12 players from around the country. USA Volleyball will send the A2 team to the 2011 European Global Challenge in July.

Sherman will travel to London, England on July 12 and train there until the 17th. They team will then depart to Pula, Croatia for the Challenge, which takes place from July 18-21.

The setter from Nease High School in Ponte Vedra, FL will compete for the starting setter spot in the 2011 season. Her early enrollment allowed her to get in and practice with the team in the spring, and take part in all scrimmages. Sherman was a All-American, and is part of a three-member freshman class.