(Park Hills) Shelby Meyer is a winner. From four trips to the final four and one state championship in high school at St. Pius to two national top ten finishes during her time at Mineral Area College, Meyer loves winning. That as much as anything drove her choice to continue her volleyball playing career. Meyer will become a Cougar and play at Columbia College next season.
Meyer will compete to become the starting libero next year at the NAIA school…
At Mineral Area, she was a NJCAA All-American and All-Conference her sophomore year, and All-Region both years. In addition, Meyer ranked 12th nationally in digs with 5.3 per set.
MAC coach Tim Copeland says the Cougars always have a loaded roster, but he thinks Meyer will come prepared to raise her level even more…
Shelby’s older sister Sami played for Tim Copeland at Mineral Area College and then went on to win a national championship at Columbia College. Sami now serves as Copeland’s assistant coach on the Cardinals’ staff. Copeland says Shelby has seen the success of the program first hand……
The Cougars went 42-5 this year and advanced to the 2018 NAIA Women’s Volleyball National Championship Game for the tenth time in the program’s history. The program has won four NAIA Women’s Volleyball National Championships.
Full interview with Shelby Meyer