Como Park seniors Delilah Wolf and Emily LaCroix-Dalluhn committed to their universities in a signing ceremony on April 13 at school with teammates, parents and coaches.
After a lengthy recruiting process, Wolf accepted a scholarship to study and play for Loyola University in Chicago, an NCAA Division I school.
LaCroix-Dalluhn explored dozens of schools and opportunities and ultimately committed to study and play at Colorado Mesa University, an NCAA Division II school for indoor volleyball and NCAA Division I for beach volleyball.
Anchoring a strong senior class that also included Olivia Berven, Bekah Hausman and Sinead O’Duffy, Wolf and LaCroix-Dalluhn won two St. Paul City Conference Championships at Como.
Wolf is a 6-foot, 2-inch setter. She was a four-time All-Conference selection and was Como’s MVP in three different seasons. LaCroix-Dalluhn is a 6-foot, 1-inch middle hitter. She led the team in blocks during her junior and senior seasons, earned All-Conference both years and was team MVP as a junior.
Both players are role models to younger players in the program and school, accelerating in the classroom and graduating on the “B” Honor Roll. Coaches Kim Smisek and Ashley Jones expressed how pivotal both players have been for the program.
“They are clear leaders on the court, wonderful individuals off the court, and we cannot wait to watch them succeed and grow even more as they enter into their college careers,” said Smisek.