Thunderwolves women’s volleyball team adds recruit Megan Nahachewsky to 2019-20 roster

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Lakehead’s women’s volleyball team is proud to announce the signing of 5’8 outside hitter Megan Nahachewsky of Virden, Manitoba. Megan is in her senior year at Virden Collegiate Institute, and is currently a member of the Cats Volleyball Club out of Brandon University. The Cats Volleyball Club won bronze at Manitoba provincial championships last year.

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“We are really looking forward to having Megan join our program,” Thunderwolves head coach Craig Barclay says. “Megan is a very dedicated athlete who brings power and athleticism to our program.”

Megan has been a provincial all-star in Manitoba for the last three year, and is a graduating provincial all-star this year. She has played for Team Manitoba the past two years, and was MVP of her high-school team. Megan’s Virden Collegiate Institute high-school team took home bronze-medal finished over the last two years at Manitoba high-school championships, and they collected a silver-medal finish this year.

“She left a great impression on the coaching staff when she came to visit,” Barclay says, “and we know she is a great fit for our program in terms of character and leadership.”

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Nahachewsky, who is also a lifeguard and enjoys teaching swimming lessons when she’s not performing in drama productions, will be undertaking a Bachelor of Nursing at Lakehead this Fall.

“I’m really excited to be coming to Lakehead,” Megan says.

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