2019 National Freshman of the Year: The Only Thing Little Is Her Name
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OH | Mizuno Long Beach
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Brooklyn DeLeye | 2024
OH | Topeka Impact
McKenna Miller | 2026
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Claire Little | 2024
OH | Coast
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On Nov. 19, Vista Murrieta freshman Claire Little delivered a career-high 22 kills in the California Interscholastic Federation Southern California Regional Division I final versus La Costa Canyon, a five-set win.  Three days later, the 6-2 outside hitter obliterated her career best with 30 kills – a record for a freshman in a California state final – as the Broncos captured their first California state title in their first championship appearance, a four-set win over Campolindo.

When you do something in California that no freshman has ever done before, and it results in a state title, you make a statement befitting PrepVolleyball.com’s 2019 National Freshman of the Year!

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