Valeriya Shaipova, Dana Crispi will not play for Syracuse in 2015

first_imgFormer Syracuse outside hitter Valeriya Shaipova and former defensive specialist Dana Crispi will not be playing volleyball for Syracuse this season, SU Athletics confirmed to The Daily Orange. Shaipova is medically disqualified, and Crispi is transferring.The reason for rising redshirt junior Shaipova’s disqualification is currently unknown. Her redshirt freshman season ended prematurely due to a torn ACL, and after starting at times last year, she re-injured her knee in October and missed the rest of the season.Shaipova recorded 197 kills and and 184 digs in 123 sets with the Orange.Rising sophomore Crispi played in 57 sets during her freshman campaign and recorded 52 digs. Comments AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Related Stories Former SU basketball C Amber Witherspoon switches to SU volleyball; Van Dyke’s career ends with medical disqualification Facebook Twitter Google+center_img Published on August 24, 2015 at 11:52 am Contact Kevin: [email protected]last_img read more

Brown has Heralds ready

first_imgLA HABRA – Whittier Christian High School forward Whitley Brown’s first two field-goal attempts in Saturday’s CIF-Southern Section Division V-AA girls basketball championship game against Village Christian were short – as in failing to reach the rim. The chant from the opposing Crusaders faithful started immediately: “Air ball, air ball, air ball.” It continued for much of the first half, each time she touched the ball and even when she wasn’t about to shoot it. Midway through the second half, as Brown stood at the free-throw line about to make two of her fourth-quarter free throws in a remarkable turn-around performance, another chant arose from the Whittier Christian followers: “MVP, MVP, MVP.” It was acknowledgment of Brown’s second-half effort, which helped spur the Heralds from a 14-10 halftime lead to a 40-28 victory, the school’s first championship in the sport. It will also provide inspiration for Brown tonight when she leads the Heralds into their state playoff opener at La Jolla Country Day School. Brown finished Saturday’s game with 14 points, 12 of them in the second half and eight of those in the fourth quarter, when the Heralds outscored the Crusaders, 16-9, to put the game away. center_img Following the celebration, Brown acknowledged that she heard both of the chants, and her reaction was pretty much the same. She didn’t take it personally when the Crusader crowd chided her 1-for-10 shooting in the first half. “I was aware of it, but it wasn’t going to affect me one way or another,” she said with a smile. “I was just going to do whatever I always do.” And when her fellow students lauded her in the second half, her smile widened a bit as she said, “It made me feel special.” The one feeling she experienced in both instances was that they “just made me work harder.” Heralds coach Bill Crammer said he wasn’t worried as Brown struggled to find a groove Saturday. “She is probably the most focused player I’ve had,” Crammer said. “She knows how to bear down, concentrate. As the team goes along, she finds her rhythm and continues to play better. “Sometimes she overdoes it, tries to take on too much responsibility herself. She struggles when she overthinks the game. When she lets it come to her and she stays relaxed, she’s our best player.” Brown was born in La Habra and was raised in Diamond Bar. She says she began playing basketball in the second grade, primarily because her “whole family is basketball-oriented.” She is the epitome of the team player, something it is safe to assume came from her father, Bob Brown, who is the school’s principal and coached the boys basketball program to the Division II-AA championship in 1989. “I see my role is helping the team do well, to provide vocal leadership,” Whitley says. She leads the Heralds in scoring (12.1 ppg), rebounding (9.5 rpg) and assists (81). She is second in 3-point baskets (18) and steals (63) and third in blocked shots (17). More important, there seems to be an over-riding feeling that her teammates have confidence that in hard times, they can count on her. And they can. And she wouldn’t have it any other way. [email protected] (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3046 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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