Miller volleyball star Kadye Fernholz has verbally committed to playing collegiately for Kansas State.
The Rustlers senior announced her decision to attend Manhattan, Kansas via twitter on Monday evening.
“I’m so excited to announce that I have verbally committed to further my academic and volleyball career at Kansas State University,” said Fernholz. “Thankful for my family, coaches, and friends that helped me every step of the way! Go Cats!”
Throughout her high school career, Fernholz has 1,422 career kills, 814 digs, and 85 solo blocks.
Last season, Miller made it to the Class A state championship match against Sioux Falls Christian, but the Rustlers were defeated. They'll open the 2019 season in Winner against the Warriors on August 29th.