“Camdyn Stucky brings a special set of skills to our team,” Rackham Watt said. “She is long, athletic and left-handed, which gives our offense an added dimension. She has been trained at an extremely high level and will come in ready to compete. We love her competitiveness, leadership and hard-working attitude.
“Camdyn has great potential to develop into one of the best setters in college volleyball. We foresee her taking over our offense in the years to come and believe she will add greatly to our program’s culture of excellence. Our staff is looking forward to having her in the gym this spring and watching her develop in our system.”
As a senior, the 6-foot-3 lefty showcased her unique skill set by posting 935 assists, 207 digs, 173 kills, 57 aces and 54 blocks to lead South Maize High School to its best finish ever, placing third overall in the Kansas 5A State Tournament and finishing with a 38-5 record. Her play secured her a spot on the All-State Tournament Team.
Throughout the season, Stucky recorded five matches with 30 or more assists and notched one double-double thanks to a 37-assist, 11-dig outing. She led the squad in assists and aces as well, while placing second in blocks and digs. Although a setter, she netted five or more kills in 17 matches to rank third on the team in kills and hit for a team-leading .435 on the season.
During her junior campaign, Stucky tallied 790 assists, 165 digs, 123 kills, 49 aces and 41 blocks en route to earning All-Ark Valley-Chisholm Trail Division I first-team and All-Class 5A second-team honors.
A two-sport athlete, she’s also a pitcher for the South Maize softball team.