Treneisha Doyle, an outside hitter/libero from Vancouver, Wash., and Willow Markowitz, an outside hitter from Calabasas, Calif., have both signed letters of intent to play for the Lewis-Clark State College women’s volleyball team next fall, Warrior coach LaToya Harris has announced.
Both players will be freshmen next fall.
Doyle, at 5-foot-9, had an outstanding volleyball career at Hudson’s Bay High School where she is a senior. She was the team captain and earned four varsity letters. She was the team’s MVP her first three seasons, took Offensive Award honors all four years, and was an all-league selection all four seasons.
Doyle also earned all region honors as a senior and was named to an all-tournament team three times. Also she was a Washington Interscholastic Athletic Association Scholastic Award winner all four seasons.
Doyle played on the Alpine Volleyball club for four years and one of her coaches during that time was Harris.
Doyle also has earned three letters in basketball and one in track at Hudson’s Bay. She also qualified for the Junior Olympics for track when she was 9 years old.
Markowitz is 6-2 and a second-degree black belt. She is attending Agoura High where she has played on the volleyball team all four seasons.
Markowitz didn’t begin playing volleyball until her freshman season and earned the team’s Most Improved Award and then won the Coaches Award as a sophomore, both junior varsity awards. She earned an all-tournament team selection during her junior season and then was an All-Marmonte League selection as a senior. In one match last season, she posted 18 kills with a .818 hitting percentage and she helped her squad make the playoffs for the first time in 15 years.
Markowitz also played club volleyball and her team won the title at the Far West Junior National Qualifier last summer. She also played on a southern California team that finished second in the European Global Challenge.
LCSC won its fifth straight Frontier Conference regular-season title this past season and advanced to the NAIA national tournament. It finished the season with a 23-6 record.