NOTRE DAME, Ind. — Irish volleyball has rounded out its Class of 2024 recruiting class with the signing of middle blocker Charity McDowell, head coach Mike Johnson announced today (May 6).
“We are really excited about Charity, said Johnson. “She has a tremendous upside physically and she will become a very good player if she can progress on a daily basis. Charity comes from a great family and is the kind of kid we hope to surround ourselves with. She strives to become the very best that she can become in all areas of life – athletically, academically, and personally. We are looking forward to getting to work with her.”
McDowell joins Aubrey Hamilton, Lindsey Miller and Hattie Monson to complete Notre Dame’s incoming freshman class for the 2020 campaign.
Hometown: Indianapolis, Indiana
Position: Middle Blocker
An Indiana All-State honoree in 2019, McDowell served as a team captain for Lawrence North last season. McDowell led the Metropolitan Conference with 278 kills and added 116 blocks while earning both All-Conference and All-District accolades for the second consecutive campaign. McDowell’s efforts in the classroom also earned her Academic All-State recognition.
“After completing my first tour of Notre Dame, I knew that this was where I wanted to spend my next four years,” said McDowell. “I prayed for a school striving for excellence academically, athletically, and spiritually, and Notre Dame was just that.”
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