Lady Mocs Volleyball Signs Two During Early Signing Period
Courtesy: GoMocs.com

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. --- Chattanooga volleyball coach Lisa Rhodes announced Friday that both Christina Teter and Heather Parman have signed national letters of intent to play for the Lady Mocs.

Parman, a 6-foot senior at Girls Preparatory School in Chattanooga, will be looked upon to play outside hitter, while Teter is a 6-foot-2 inch middle blocker from Red Bank High School in Signal Mountain, Tenn.

"I see these two fitting in for us very nicely going into next season," Rhodes said. "We are losing a middle blocker after this season and we also had a player leave before this season started, so they are filling positions for us. I believe this is a great recruiting class and we are not only excited to have two great players, but two local players."

Parman and GPS are fresh off the Bruisers’ 2008 Division AA State Championship in won back on Oct. 31. In the championship game, Parman finished with a triple-double, compiling 25 kills, 22 assists, and 14 digs.

“We are excited to have Heather sign with us,” Rhodes said. “She is probably one of the strongest hitters in the area and can play all the around.”

The Ooltewah, Tenn. native has also been named to first team all-city, region, and state teams for her accomplishments at GPS.

Teter and the Lady Lions also finished wrapping up its season a few weeks ago, as the team advanced to the Class AAA semifinals. At Red Bank, Teter has been an all-district player the last two seasons.

"I feel like Christina has barely touched her potential," Rhodes claimed. "She is going to be an extremely strong front row player for us in the future."

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