Arkansas Juniors Storm Volleyball club has had many players go on to compete at a collegiate level.

Notable Athletes are:

Brentlee Weaver – Arkansas State University

During high school, Weaver was a member of four consecutive state championship teams. She was named the 2013 Wendy’s Arkansas Player of the Year, 2013 4A State tournament MVP, and three-time All-Conference and All-State selection.

Susannah Kelley – Missouri State University-West Plains and the University of Arkansas- Fort Smith

In Kelly’s high school career, she led her team to a 6A State Championship her senior year and was named MVP of the tournament. She was named All-Conference and All-State following both junior and senior seasons while also being coined Most Outstanding Player in the All-Star game. In her collegiate career, she was named All-American at Missouri State University. She was also the Heartland Conference Setter of the Year at the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith, setting a record for assists per set.

Alden Weeks – Arkansas State University

Weeks was a three-time All-Conference performer during high school. She set the school record for kills in a match with 29. Weeks earned All-State honors as a junior and senior. She was coined Jonesboro Sun’s Newcomer of the Year in 2012, Crown Trophy Player of the Month, and All-Arkansas Preps First Team.

Callie Weaver – Currently Playing at Arkansas State University

In high school, Weaver was a member of three state championship squads. She was named the 5A State Tournament MVP in 2017 while earning the All-Conference and All-State selection titles for three consecutive years. She is currently a sophomore on the Arkansas State Volleyball team.

Camryn Pierce – Currently Playing at Samford University

Pierce led her squad to three district, region, and state championships in high school. She was added to the Under Armour Phenom List in 2017. Pierce led District 5A in blocks three years in a row with totals of 106, 113, and 132. She is currently a freshman at Samford University.

Abby McGee – Committed to play at the University of Arkansas

McGee was recently named Class 4A State MVP and is a three-time All-State selection. She committed as a sophomore in high school to play for the Lady Razorbacks. She will graduate high school in 2019.

Emily Grace Calhoun – Committed to play at Union University

Calhoun has helped lead her squad to three consecutive state championships. She has earned All-State honors both her junior and senior years. She will graduate high school in 2019.

Clara Parker – Committed to play at the University of Arkansas

Parker has been named 6A State Tournament MVP and also earned All-State honors. She has been named All-Arkansas Preps Player of the Year and Gatorade Arkansas Player of the Year. She will graduate in 2020.