Tyler Lee (President Bill Lee's son) was named The Star-Ledger's North Jersey, Section 2 Player of the Year. Read about it here. Congratulations Tyler and good luck next year in college.
17Red played the Mavericks from Canada at this years Capitol Hill Classic. Hard fought games and great camaraderie is what this sport is all about. Click here for twitter link and photo.
On March 22 & 23, DIGS was proud to host Kaleena Davidson, Asst. Coach for PSU Women's College Volleyball, to run a 2 day position training clinic. See the photos here.
In March, DIGS had the honor of hosting John Kessel who gave a clinic to our DIGS coaches. It was a great learning experience for our kids and coaches!!Visit our facebook page for some pictures.
Mallary McFadden signs with Winthrop. Click here to read about it. Congratulations!
Mallary McFadden was named Rockland volleyball player of the year - Click Here for the article
Nia Reed has been selected to the 2013-14 UNDER ARMOUR FIRST-TEAM ALL-AMERICA. Click here for the details.
Larysa Iwaskiw was named H.S. Female Athlete of the Week by The Bergen Record. Click here for the article.
Alex Garret was named to the All Tournament Team in the Clarkstown South Varsity Tournament. Click here for details.
Prep Volleyball ranked Nia Reed 12th in the country for this senior class - Nia Reed, 6-2 OH/MB, Immaculate Heart Academy (Washington Township, New Jersey), DIGS – Penn State. Senior Ace Nia Reed - Strong and possessing the ability to contact the ball from somewhere in the stratosphere, Reed might be the most physical of the talented Penn State recruiting class. Touching almost 10-9, she hits the ball with more authority than just about anyone in the nation. The two-time New Jersey Gatorade POY has unmatched athleticism and is a versatile attacker with the ability to score in all three front row positions. Her improving defense and serve receive and a lethal jump serve make Reed, a three-time state champion with Immaculate Heart Academy, a candidate to play all six rotations with the Nittany Lions. Head coach Russ Rose got a national POY candidate when he plucked Ariel Scott from IHA. He may have another one day in Reed, a player with a very similar skill set.