Frey finished her high school career for the Falcons with 2,324 set assists (1,746 varsity), 400 kills, 215 aces, 770 digs, 22 solo blocks and 68 blocks assisted. | Photo courtesy UTEP
Wednesday morning, UTEP Head Coach Ben Wallis announced the signing of 5’10” setter Ryley Frey to his 2021 recruiting class.
Frey hails from Plymouth, Minnesota, where she lettered in varsity three times for the Armstrong High School volleyball team.
“We’re thrilled to be able to get (Frey) all the way from the cold white North down to El Paso,” Wallis said. “She plays for a really good club and will come to us with high level training. Many of the other players on her club team are going to top level division one teams as well. She’s used to playing around really good athletes and really skilled players.”
Frey finished her high school career for the Falcons with 2,324 set assists (1,746 varsity), 400 kills, 215 aces, 770 digs, 22 solo blocks and 68 blocks assisted.
“She fits right in with what we’re doing athletically, system wise as well as reinventing our team culture over the past two years. She brings a great personality, high character and an exceptional work ethic to our program. Competition at the setting position will be at all all-time high in the fall of 2021 in memorial gym,” Wallis added.
Frey most recently competed for the Northern Lights club team which has yielded several top D-I signees. Click here to view her HIGHLIGHTS
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