Incoming Junior Blair Sitton Commits To Play Volleyball At Lindenwood University

(Park Hills) The Central Rebels and Lindenwood Lions picked up a new recruit this summer. Blair Sitton, an incoming high school junior, recently committed to play volleyball at Division One Lindenwood University upon graduation. Sitton attended Potosi High School the last two years but her family is moving to Park Hills.

Sitton is excited to be a Lion in 2025.

Sitton also had academics in mind when making her commitment. She plans to enter the nursing program at the university in St. Charles.

Standing 6’4, Sitton has the ability to make an impact on two courts: volleyball and basketball. She’s gotten the chance to work with her new teammates and coaches throughout the summer in Park Hills and is excited to be a Rebel.

Sitton has been playing volleyball since she was in third grade. She says her volleyball IQ has gotten a whole lot better since entering high school.

The Sitton family spent time living in Advance before moving to Potosi. Blair was able to learn from Missouri High School Hall of Fame coach Erin Hoffman at a young age.

After moving to Potosi, Sitton joined a new club and was able to expand upon her volleyball knowledge.

While Sitton is elated for this new chapter in her life, she’s also very proud for the rest of her family.

Lindenwood University just finished its first season competing in Division One athletics in the Ohio Valley Conference.

Central volleyball will open their season at home on Tuesday, August 29th vs Windsor.

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