By Tiffany L. Rehbein
Tiffany Shrauger, a senior at Havre High, has signed a national letter of intent to play volleyball at Jamestown (N.D.) College, announced Chris Mulhoney, head coach.
"She has athleticism we like to see in a DS (defensive specialist)," Mulhoney said. "She's got some great movements."
At Havre High, Shrauger was a member of back-to-back State Class A championship teams her sophomore and junior years.
During her senior year, Shrauger was named to the first team Central A all-tournament team at divisional, first team all-tournament team at the State Class A tournament, second team all-conference, and she was a two-time academic all-state selection.
As an integral member of the state runner-up Blue Ponies during her senior year, Shrauger finished the regular season ranked second in digs (237) and sixth in ace serves (60) in the Central A.
She finished the year No. 1 in digs for Havre with 432 and No. 1 in serve receive with an 83.2 percent at her defensive specialist position.
"She's definitely got the tools to get started off right here," Mulhoney said.
Other high school activities included basketball, tennis, yearbook staff, HELPers, Pep Club, National Honor Society, and A Cappella Choir.
As a member of the Central A divisional champion Blue Pony basketball team, Shrauger earned honorable mention all-conference and Central A divisional tournament team honors.
She was ranked in the Central A in scoring, 3-point percentage, 3-point field goals made and free throw percentage.
She led the Blue Ponies from the stripe, shooting 69 percent on the season.
Shrauger, the daughter of Kevin and Katherine Shrauger, plans to major in biology at Jamestown.
Jamestown College, North Dakota's first independent four-year college, is a coeducational liberal arts and science college affiliated with the Presbyterian Church.