Allie Cherven played at Francis Howell Central, where she holds the school record for blocks (98) and kills (358) in a season...selected as a first-team all-conference honoree twice...led Francis Central to four consecutive top-four district finishes and accumulated 949 kills and 934 digs in her career...played club ball for Team St. Louis for six years, leading them to regional titles each season.
Born September 30, 1986...daughter of Drew and Angie Cherven...has one brother and one sister...a business major.
COACH BEERMAN ON CHERVEN:
"She's a very experienced, long-time club player from St. Louis who has played at the highest level of club volleyball in this country for the last seven years and is ready to play as a freshman. I expect her to come in and feel very comfortable about playing right away. Allie's a very hard worker and a savvy player."
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