The Lions earned an at-large bid into the 2015 NCAA Tournament.
Veronica Nederend is in her first season with LMU volleyball...
A 2015 graduate of Central Valley Christian High School in Visalia, Calif... three-year varsity letterwinner playing for head coach Meghan Warkentin... served as team captain in her senior year... garnered All-Central Sequoia League honors in each of her final three years... All-County as a junior and senior before earning an All-State selection in her final campaign... named NCSAA Large School All-American in 2014... led her Central Valley Christian team with 382 kills in her senior year, guiding her squad to a CIF Section Championship... 2014 League Co-MVP... helped guide her team to the 2013 Section Championship before finishing as the runner-up in the Division III State Championship... also competed in soccer and track and field in high school...
Veronica Rey Nederend was born November 18, 1996 in Upland, Calif... daughter of Sheri and Rex Nederend... has three sisters, Amber, Erica and Danielle, and one brother-in-law, Robby ... chose LMU because the people are very friendly and she wanted to be a part of a fun community of athletes, the location is pretty great, and the size of the university is ideal... undecided on a major, but is leaning toward math or science.
W. Volleyball - 11/21/2017
#7 BYU Sweeps Lions for WCC Title
W. Volleyball - 11/20/2017
Lions Visit #7 BYU to Finish 2017 Season
W. Volleyball - 11/18/2017
Lions Exact Revenge at Pepperdine
W. Volleyball - 11/14/2017
PCH Cup Points At Stake Saturday at Pepperdine
W. Volleyball - 11/11/2017
Heartbreaking Five-Set Loss at Santa Clara
W. Volleyball - 11/10/2017
Santa Clara Next Up for Lions Saturday