Nashville --- Tennessee State University volleyball head coach Kathy Roulhac announced the signing of four players to national letters of intent during the spring signing period. The four players will join the Tigers for the 2010 season.
Joining the team for next season are Anisha Cotton (Daytona Beach, Fla. / Florida State), Miaje Hubbard (Victorville, Calif. / Sandra Day O' Conner), Erika Moss (Fort Wayne, Ind. / Bishop Dwenger HS) and Kinsley Williams (Loretto, Tenn./ Loretto HS).
Junior college transfer, Anisha Cotton helped Florida State to two consecutive conference championships. The 5-3 libero was named to the first team all-conference and all-state team as a sophomore. Last season the Daytona Beach, Fla. native tallied a total of 60 service aces and 595 digs.
A 6-0 outside hitter from Victorville, Calif., Miaje Hubbard ranked 12th in the state in overall hitting percentage and 25th in kills as a senior at Sandra Day O' Conner. She ranked eighth in the state in blocks as a junior and placed fifth at the Junior Olympics 14 and under in 2007.
Erika Moss, a 5-8 setter from Fort Wayne, Ind., helped lead her team to three consecutive SAC championships and a number one ranking in 2008. A recipient of the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette Glass Spike Award, she was recognized as the top player in the conference.
Lawrenceburg, Tenn. native, Kinsley Williams is a 5-10 outside hitter/ middle blocker. She helped Loretto High School to three District Championships and four State Championship appearances. She holds the record for most kills in a single season with 1,011.
Also joining the squad next season is newcomer Kelli Anderson, a 6-1 middle blocker from Muncie, Ind. She recorded 93 kills in 62 games played at Burris Laboratory High School. She helped her team to two consecutive state championships and an undefeated season in 2009.