Jadeyn Schutt of Orange City, has signed a letter of intent to continue her volleyball career at Northwestern College next fall.
Schutt is a 5’10” setter who had a standout four-year career playing for the MOC-Floyd Valley High School volleyball team. Schutt averaged 7.3 assists and 2.1 digs in leading the Dutch to the class 3A state tournament with a 28-8 overall record last fall. She ranked in the top 10 in the conference in assists, blocks (50) and aces (45) while being a unanimous first team all-conference selection. Schutt also earned first team all-conference honors as a sophomore and junior and was named Academic All-State. She is also a three-year letter winner in basketball, softball and soccer for the Dutch. An honor roll student and member of the National Honor Society, Schutt plans to major in Business at Northwestern. She is the daughter of Bruce and Amy.
“Jadeyn had a great senior year leading her team to the state tournament,” said Northwestern head coach Kyle Van Den Bosch. “She is a tremendous athlete who has excelled in multiple sports and who we are excited to add to our volleyball team. Jadeyn has been a leader on the court and is a great fit for our Red Raider volleyball program. We are excited to see the contributions Jadeyn will make, both for our team and for Northwestern College, over the next four years.”