HARTSVILLE, S.C. – Coker College head women's volleyball coach Todd Caughlin is pleased to announce that Dorman High School's Hannah Cabaniss has agreed to play volleyball for the Cobras in the fall of 2012.
The 5-6 defensive specialist and libero from Spartanburg, S.C., will join the Cobra women's team after three very successful seasons with the Cavaliers of Dorman. While at Dorman, Cabaniss was a three-time letter winner and a member of the 2009 South Carolina 4A State Champion volleyball team. During her senior season she had a team leading 201 digs with a 94 percent serve accuracy rating and a 90 percent serve-receive efficiency rating.
In addition to being a standout player for Dorman, Cabaniss has been a member of Club South's National Team as a defensive specialist and libero for eight years.
An exceptionally gifted student, as well as an athlete, Cabaniss is a member of the Beta Club, the National Honor Society and the Medical Society. While at Coker she plans on majoring in Physical Education with a focus on Exercise Science.