Coach, Girls 15-Mariah
Mariah Agre is a 2014 graduate of Texas A&M University where she was a respected student athlete. Mariah began her collegiate career at the University of New Mexico where she led her team two seasons in a row to the NCAA tournament as a setter. Her following two seasons were played under Laurie and John Corbelli with Texas A&M University where she quickly stepped into a leadership role and led her team to a NCAA Sweet 16 appearance. During her Junior and Senior years with Texas A&M University, the Aggies were ranked in the Top 20 RPI and Top 30 AVCA consecutive years in a row.
Mariah led undefeated Elsinore High School to the Sunbelt League and CIF Southern Section championship title as a senior and garnered first-team all-Sunbelt League, all-Valley and all-area honors...Coached by Kim Horton, was named to the AVCA Under Armour All-American Senior Watch List...Finished 2009 ranked ninth in California and top 30 in the U.S. for number of assists... Played first two years of high school volleyball at Cathedral Catholic High School in San Diego... Led Lady Dons to the San Diego CIF Division 3 Championship as a sophomore...Lady Dons were the Western League champions her freshman year...Played club for the Temecula Vipers and Coast Volleyball Club...Was coached by former Arizona All-American Dana Burkholder and former Olympians and Volleyball Hall of Famers Mary Jo Peppler and Karolyn Kirby...Teams qualified for Junior National Championships in 2005-08 and 2010...Also excelled in softball, led Elsinore to a CIF second-place finish and also hit a walk-off home run to lead her travel team to the semifinals of the Park City World Series...Was recruited as a catcher by several of the top softball programs in the country.