Norfolk State senior outside hitter Charlotte Armstead, a Warhill High graduate, was one of six players named to the Virginia Sports Information Directors’ women's volleyball all-state first team. She leads the Spartans’ all-time charts in kills, attacks, sets played and blocks.
The second team included
Newport News native Sarah Atkins, a three-time Division II All-Southeast Region player and 2010 All-American for Lenoir-Rhyne, has joined the Christopher Newport coaching staff under Keith Parr.
Atkins, a Warwick High graduate, guided Lenoir-Rhyne to three conference titles and three
CNU is ranked eighth and Roanoke sixth in the preseason Division III coaches poll.
One came from a North Carolina running back who rushed for 2,405 yards and 35 touchdowns as a senior — Malik Moseley, a 5-foot-11, 195-pounder from Southern Guilford High in suburban Greensboro. He also had offers from Appalachian State and North Carolina Central, but committed after visiting ODU last weekend.
Eric Hampson, a 6-5, 315-pound offensive tackle from Pinellas Park High in Largo, Fla., picked ODU over Ohio, Albany and Elon and plans to redshirt in 2013, the Pilot reported.