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Louisville Manual volleyball standout Mosley chooses WKU; defensive specialist to add depth

Western Kentucky University volleyball head coach Travis Hudson has announced the addition of Louisville Manual High School’s Cameron Mosley to the incoming class of recruits.

A defensive specialist, Mosley will add depth to the WKU back line. Mosley joins fellow incoming freshmen Sam Canner and Shannon Keck as the newest additions to the Lady Topper program that has now produced 20 consecutive 20-win seasons.

“Cam is a kid we are really excited about adding to our roster,” Hudson said. “The one area we felt uneasy about was our ball control depth, and she certainly answers that question for our program.

Cameron Mosley

“Cam is a tough kid and an extremely hard worker and her best volleyball is still ahead of her. I can’t wait to get in the gym with her and see her develop.”

Mosley began her career at Male High School before closing her prep days at Manual. The defensive specialist was selected to the 2019 Region 7 All-Tournament Team during her senior campaign. Mosley helped Manual win the 25th District championship in 2019 as the Lady Crimsons posted a 22-7 overall record.

Accomplished off the court as well, Mosley was a two-time selection to the Kentucky All-State Academic Team, with honors in both 2017 and 2018. She also earned a spot on the honor roll all four years of high school.

Mosley played her club ball with MAVA (Mid America Volleyball Association) for six years. Additionally, she was a dual-sport athlete for much of her life, playing 10 years of organized softball before opting to focus on volleyball.

She plans to major in exercise science at WKU.

“I chose Western Kentucky because of the family aspect,” Mosley said. “I’m so thankful to be a part of this amazing program and I can’t wait to get down to Bowling Green and get started.”

WKU posted a 32-2 record last season and won the Conference USA championship. The Lady Toppers defeated Kennesaw State in the opener of the NCAA Tournament before dropping a five-set decision to Louisville in the second round.

From Western Kentucky University

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