By: Bradley Cole
Caroline Marsh was a highly valued player in her recruiting process.
Year after year, the North Henderson senior has proven to be one of the top hitters in North Carolina as she has compiled 2,168 kills in her four years in the Lady Knight volleyball program.
Davidson, Memphis, and a number of other colleges offered Marsh a spot on their roster, but UNC-Wilmington was the lucky team to get the power hitter and one of the best volleyball players in North Henderson history.
Marsh first committed to Wilmington back in January, and made things official Tuesday afternoon in a signing ceremony in front of her closest friends and family.
Marsh is coming off a year where she racked up 570 kills, 51 aces, 71 total blocks, led her team to a 20-3 record and to the second round of the State Playoffs, and tallied her 2,000th kill in her high school career.
“It’s a big relief and it’s great knowing where I’m actually going to college,” Marsh said. “I’m excited to get to play the sport I love for another four years.”