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Defensive Specialist Lexi Gin Commits To Penn State Women’s Volleyball

Penn State women’s volleyball picked up its second commitment of the Class of 2025 Thursday in defensive specialist Lexi Gin.

Gin will join outside hitter Marin Collins within Katie Schumacher-Cawley’s recruiting Class of 2025.

An Indianapolis, Indiana, native, Gin plays high school ball for Brebeuf Jesuit High School, where the Braves went 26-4 in Gin’s most recent season and manufactured an undefeated conference season, per MaxPreps.

The 5’6″ defensive specialist currently plays club at the U-16 level for Munciana, and her team is coached by Penn State women’s volleyball legend and four-time All-American Jonni Parker.

For a closer look at what Gin will bring to Rec Hall, check out her Hudl highlights here.

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