Brianna Kleinwolterink (Hull, Iowa.) has signed a letter of intent to continue her volleyball career at Northwestern College next fall.
Kleinwolterink is a 5’5″ libero who played three seasons for the Boyden-Hull High School volleyball team. Kleinwolterink totaled 313 digs, averaging a team-high 3.8 per set, in leading the Comets to a 19-12 record and regional final appearance last fall. She ranked sixth in the Siouxland Conference with 43 aces and earned third team all-conference honors. Also an all-conference pick in both basketball and softball, Kleinwolterink is a member of the National Honor Society and plans to major in either elementary education or physical therapy at Northwestern. She is the daughter of Brent and Gwen.
“Brianna had an excellent senior season playing the libero spot for Boyden-Hull,” said Northwestern Head Coach Kyle Van Den Bosch. “She has a natural passing platform who is a great competitor. Brianna is a welcomed addition to our back court defense and we are excited to have her on our campus and part of our volleyball family.”