Montana State University-Northern head volleyball coach Bill Huebsch is continuing to add to an outstanding recruiting class.
Huebsch recently announced the signing of Miranda Doing to the Skylights. Doing is a 5-11 middle blocker who is transferring to Northern from NCAA Division II Alaska-Anchorage. Doing went to Anchorage from La Mirada High School in La Mirda, Calif., and she also played at Pasadena City College.
In high school, Doing was an All-CIF Division lll selection as a senior at La Mirada High. She was amed All-Area First team by the Whittier Daily News. She played on two suburban league champion squads and saw her team reach the CIF semifinal appearances. She was a three-year letter-winner and earned a 4.0 GPA in the classroom and performed multiple volunteer and community service activities.
Doing played both middle blocker and right-side hitter during two seasons at Pasadena City College, helping the Lancers to a 45-7 combined record, 2009 South Coast Conference title, and back-to-back regional finals appearances. She earned 1st team All-SCC first team honors as a freshman and earned 2nd Team All-SCC honors as sophomore in 2010 with team-leading 0.79 blocks per set, along with 1.86 kills per set on .261 hitting. She was also the team MVP and captain as sophomore.
Doing is the daughter of Reyna and Howard Doing and she's majoring in Health Promotion.
The Skylights have now inked three quality recruits.