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Mustangs playing at the next level!

Since the creation of the program, Kennesaw Mt. has consistently found opportunities for our Mustangs to play at the collegiate level. Below are schools who have offered KMHS Volleyball Mustangs scholarships as well as a list by year.

Class of 2012

Cierra McQueen – Pasco Hernando  CC

Class of 2013

Brianna Nation - Reinhardt College

Class of 2015

Lindsay Nation- Bryan College

Class of 2009

Mariah Booth – Ohio State Univ.                                            
Lauren Huthinson – Georgia / Samford Univ.                                 
Kristin White – Lander University

Gracie Henderson - Bewton-Parker College

Class of 2010

Kaylee McGrew – Univ. of Mobile/Ga. State

Class of 2011

Abby Hutchinson – Reinhardt College                              
Sophia Windover – Emmanuel College


Class of 2003

Jessica Curtis – University of Texas

Class of 2004

Jessica Nevitt – University of Cincinnati                                  

Class of 2008

Sami Lane – Shorter/Reinhardt College
Meghan Weller – Shorter University

Jesse Nevitt Graiser Elected into the Inaugural KMHS Wall of Fame Class!



Jesse was a member of the class of 2004. Following graduation Jesse attended the University of Cincinnati where she excelled from an early stage winning Big East Rookie of the Year honors in 2005. In addition Jesse was also named as an honorable mention All-American and named first team All-Region in 2005, ’06 and ’08.From 2005-2008 Jesse was named to the First Team All-Big East team as well. The Bearcats coach, Coach Sunahara on Nevitt: “Jessie is the most decorated player we’ve had. She’s the first three-time all-American and has set the standard for excellence in our program.”


Some of Jesse’s other career highlights included Became the first UC player to be named a three-time first team all-conference selection since Bonita Wise in 2000-02. Being ranked among the UC career leaders in hitting percentage (4th-.347), blocks per game (4th-1.47), block assists (4th-433), total blocks (6th-490), kills per game (7th-3.35) and kills (9th-1,119). Owns or shares UC records for total blocks in a three, four, and five-game match and became the second player in school history with 1,000 career kills.