Fay Inks with Mustang Volleyball
April 27, 2013
SANTA CLARITA, Calif. – The Master’s College volleyball program is proud to announce the signing of Morgan Fay of Canyon Country, California.
Fay, who is slated to graduate from Canyon High School in May, will bring support to the Lady Mustangs at the outside hitter position.
Wielding an impressive resume from her four years with the Cowboys that consists of Fay being named as the team’s two-time best offensive player, most improved player, and captain in her senior year, head coach Bobby Blanken feels that she can make immediate contributions to the Lady Mustangs in 2013.
“Morgan is coachable, has a wonderful attitude, and has played at a high level,” said Blanken. “She loves the Lord and is a perfect match for The Master’s College.”
Off the court, Fay has excelled in the classroom by being a yearly recipient of Canyon’s academic award. Hoping to maintain her scholastic excellence, Fay plans to major in Liberal Studies (teacher education) with a career as an elementary school teacher as her main goal.
And while Fay will join a freshmen class that numbers 350-plus students in August, she is no stranger to TMC as her parents are both alumni.
“I have always wanted to go to The Master’s College,” said Fay. “My parents have told me numerous stories about their time on campus. I love what the school stands for as the faculty teaches students the truth of the Bible and encourages their walk with the Lord.”
Fay’s goals entering as a Lady Mustang include using the gifts the Lord has blessed her with to the best of her abilities so that the team can claim a Golden State Athletic Conference title and produce a strong postseason run.
“I’m so pumped to be a Lady Mustang!” Fay further assessed. “I can’t wait to join them all and spend this next year striving together for our Lord and Savior!”
Coach Blanken looks to slot Fay as an outside hitter in 2013.
TMC went 27-8 in 2012, finishing 10-4 and in third place in the GSAC. For the first time ever, the Lady Mustangs qualified for the NAIA National Tournament, making it as far as the first round of single-elimination play before being ousted by Oklahoma Baptist.
Blanken and his staff now looks to August where they will write another chapter in TMC Volleyball history.
To learn more about the Lady Mustangs’ volleyball team, click here.