Where are they? (Crawford and Steach)

Torrin CrawfordMore updates from our college-age former players...

Torri Crawford (Walla Walla HS) just finished her first full-year of play at DI University of Idaho (after redshirting her freshman year.) (Fun Fact: Torri spent two years making the drive from Walla Walla to practice with Columbia and won a number of championships with her teammates due to that dedication.) Torri is majoring in Education at Idaho.

Jamie SteachJaymee Steach (Chiawana HS) is a Sophomore at Pacific University (and has both a current Columbia player and a coach in her family.) (Fun Fact: Power League teams sometimes play at Pacific University, so some of our current teams may be lucky enough to have Jaymee show up to watch them play.) Jaymee is headed to medical school after her time at Pacific is finished.

(Bonus trivia question of the day: Why might Jaymee have grown up as a Bulldog fan instead of a Riverhawk fan?)

Jaymee joins the steadily growing list of players we've seen visiting our practices already. We'll be excited to welcome both these ladies back as coaches in the future.

More links to our former players on our Alumni page.

Where are they? (Blanchard and Dietrich)

Abby BlanchardMore from our many alumni players in college all over the country...

Abby Blanchard (Kamiakin HS) plays for NCAA Division I Seattle University. Abby was a redshirt sophomore for Seattle this season, and played her last two seasons of club ball for Columbia 18-Black. (Fun Fact: Abby's Columbia team won the NW Jamboree, a flight championship in Las Vegas, and finished 2nd at Regionals her Senior season.)

Courtney DietrichCourtney Dietrich (Chelan HS) is playing NCAA Division I as well, but for Sacramento State University in California. (Fun Fact: Courtney won a State Championship with her Chelan HS team in volleyball.) Courtney is a Child Development major at Sacramento, and having a great volleyball career there.

Abby and Courney were a great teammates and young women while they were with Columbia, and we look forward to seeing them back soon. (Maybe at Alumni Day matches?)

For more on our former players, check out our Alumni Page.

Where are they? (Joseph and Mix)

Lauren JosephMore of our roundup of former Columbia players now in college...

Lauren Joseph (Richland HS) is the current setter at Gonzaga University. (Fun Fact: Lauren maintained a perfect 4.0 gpa all the way through High School.) Lauren has been the assists leader for the Zags since she arrived in 2012. Like the rest of our former players, Lauren will make a great coach some day.

Kensey MixKensey Mix (Southridge HS) is now playing for the University of Alaska Fairbanks after playing on two NWAACC Championship teams. (Fun Fact: Kensey's Southridge team had a perfect un-beaten record during her senior league season.) Kensey played for Columbia from the time she was U-14!

Follow all our former players as they play in college by checking our Columbia Alumni page.

We look forward to seeing these two back at practice this year, and if you get the chance to see their college teams play in the coming season, say Hi from Columbia!

Where are they? (Julian and Brinkworth)

Kelsey JulianWe continue to catch up on our former players now in college...

Kelsey Julian (Kennewick HS) is a Senior with Eastern Washington University. Kelsey has been repeatedly named to the Big Sky All Academic Team while she's been racking up kills and blocks on the court. Kelsey is pursuing Physical Therapy while at Eastern. (Fun Fact: Kelsey rules at the Discus too.) We love seeing Kelsey come back to our practices.

Kimberly BrinkworthKimberly Brinkworth (Southridge HS) joined Kelsey this season at Eastern as well. Kimberly is pre-med at Eastern. (Fun Fact: Kimberly helped lead Southridge to the first two of their three back-to-back-to-back State Tournament showings.) 

We would love to see both these young women back and coaching with Columbia in the future!

To find our complete list of Alumni Players who played in college, click our Alumni Page.

Where are they? (Bettinson and Harris)

Chelsey BettinsonThey've both been at Washington State University of course...

Jaicee HarrisChelsey Bettinson has been a multi-year All Academic Team member in the PAC 12 while at
WSU, and has become one of the best blockers in WSU history. (Fun fact: younger sister Alisha also played for Columbia.) Chelsey is studying Kinesiology and movement studies at WSU.

Fellow Senior Jaicee Harris has become one of the most decorated attackers in WSU history. (Fun fact: can you guess her connection the Cleveland Cavaliers?) Jaicee was a rare two-time all-state player in High School, and is studying criminal justice.

Check out our Alumni Page for more links to our former players now studying and playing in college. We miss you ladies, come see us at practice!

  • 26 Nov
    12-Black, 14-Black, 18-Black practice 12:00 PM to 02:00 PM

  • 26 Nov
    U-10 Parent Info Meeting 02:00 PM to 02:30 PM

  • 26 Nov
    15-Black, 16-Black practice 02:00 PM to 04:30 PM

  • 26 Nov - 26 Nov