McKenzie Hayslett of Wabash, Indiana has signed her Letter of Intent to compete for the Ancilla College next fall, Ancilla College Volleyball Head Coach Bruce Johnson announced Wednesday. Hayslett is the daughter of Charlie and Jennifer Easterday. She will be majoring in Professional Health Studies.
“I am pleased to bring someone of Katie’s talent to Ancilla College,” said Coach Johnson. “She is an outstanding defensive player and she should have great success at the college level.”
Hayslett was an all-state 2nd team selection, and Indiana North/South All-Star team honoree, a two-time all-Three Rivers Conference 1st team honoree, as well as, all-Wabash County 1st team. She was also first among Indiana high school seniors in digs in Class 2A. She helped Wabash (ranked 4th in the state) to it’s first-ever Three Rivers Conference Title (9-0), sectional title, and regional title.
“I’m excited for this opportunity of becoming a Lady Charger and can’t wait to see where it takes me next,” Hayslett said.
“I know the work ethic that Kenzie will bring to her new team. She is one of the most competitive players I have ever coached,” said Wabash coach Katie Cromer, “What I appreciate the most, is that, although she loves to win, she hates to lose more. I expect she will make an immediate impact;”