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Duke Announces Four to 2024 Signing Class

Duke Announces Four to 2024 Signing Class


DURHAM – The Duke volleyball program and head coach Jolene Nagel announced the addition of four players to the 2024 squad as Mailinh Godschall, Breonna Goss, Avery Hamlin and Taylor Williams will join the Blue Devils in the fall.

“We’re excited for our incoming class of 2028 to join us in Durham,” head coach Jolene Nagel said. “They’re excellent students, solid volleyball players and good people. We look for them to build upon the foundation that so many that have come before them established here at Duke.”

MAILINH GODSCHALL

Ellicott City, Md. | Centennial High School | 5-7 Libero/Defensive Specialist | Metro Volleyball Club

Mailinh Godschall comes to Durham as a 5-7 libero/defensive specialist from Ellicott City, Md., where she attends Centennial High School and competes for Metro Volleyball Club.

Most recently in 2023, she was named Baltimore Sun All-Metro Player of the Year and All-County Player of the Year in addition to her first team Washington Post All-Metro honor. Her high school team captured the 2A state championship as she was named a captain for both her junior and senior seasons.

She has excelled as a valued member of her club team and in 2023, she was named first team All-DMV by Prep Dig and is ranked as the No. 1 libero in the DMV area. She has competed in multiple Girls Junior National Championships and was an Under Armour All-American Camp Series nominee in 2022 and 2023.

Outside of volleyball, she’s a member of her high school’s National Honor Society where she assists in volunteer events to help develop leadership and make an impact in the community. She’s also one of four founding members for Helping Hands for the Homeless Hearts, a non-profit organization that gives donations to the homeless several times a year.

“Mailinh is a talented and experienced volleyball player who we’re excited to have joining us in Durham. She has been playing since a very young age and at the highest levels nationally. We look for her ball control and defensive skills to bring consistency in our back court. She is an excellent student, coming off of a state high school championship, and along with her years of success on the volleyball court, she is a great fit at Duke.”

BREONNA GOSS

Fishers, Ind. | Hamilton Southeastern High School | 6-0 Middle Hitter/Rightside Hitter | Munciana Volleyball Club

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