Georgia Player of the Year Signs with TSU
Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Nashville--- Georgia standout Terraka Walker has signed a National Letter-of-Intent with Tennessee State University as announced by head volleyball coach Kathy Roulhac.


Terakka Walker recorded 560 kills, 324 digs, 102 service aces and 34.5 blocks during her senior year at Columbus High School in Columbus, Georgia. A native of Anaheim, California, she was named the Georgia High School Association (GHSA) 3-A Player of the Year and helped lead her team to a 2007 State Championship.


“Terakka has established herself as one of the most dynamic players in this region,” commented Roulhac. “She was one of the most highly recruited athletes in this season’s recruiting class.”


A 5-9 outside hitter, Walker averaged 3.8 kills and 2.2 digs per game. She was named the Bi-City Volleyball Player of the year in addition to being selected as one of the 2007 Georgia Senior All-Stars.


"I'm very excited about Terakka being a part of our program here at Tennessee State University,” added Roulhac. “I'm looking for her to make an immediate impact on this season’s team.”