COSHOCTON — Another Coshocton volleyball standout will continue her career, as Lindsay Bryant recently signed her letter of intent to play for Division III Muskingum University.
Bryant, the daughter of Garrison and Nina Bryant of Coshocton, was a four-year letter winner for Coshocton, helping the Lady 'Skins to the regional tournament for the first time in 17 years. She was named First Team Muskingum Valley League and District 5 as a senior, Second Team MVL and District 5 as a junior and was District 5 Honorable Mention as a sophomore.
Bryant holds the school record for most career kills and was named a team captain as a senior. She also played Junior Olympic volleyball for six years which included a trip to the Nationals in Phoenix, AZ last summer.
Along with her accolades on the court, Bryant has been the Class Vice-President for four years and Student Council Representative for three years and Historian one year. She is also a member of the National Honor Society, BOLT Leadership Team, Varsity C Club, Key Club and Spanish Club and is a two-year letter winner in softball.
Bryant plans to enter the nursing program at Muskingum.
"We are very proud of Lindsay’s accomplishments as a student athlete here at CHS. She has excelled in the classroom maintaining a 4.15 GPA while achieving success on the court," Coshocton AD Kevin Yoder said. "She has dedicated a tremendous amount of time and hard work to achieve success in both areas. Lindsay is a positive leader in our school and is involved in many school activities. We are going to miss her when she graduates but wish her continued success at Muskingum University."
This article originally appeared on Coshocton Tribune: Coshocton's Bryant taking volleyball talent to Muskingum