Coach Bracchy Unveils 2018 Recruiting Class

Coach Bracchy Unveils 2018 Recruiting Class

DELHI, N.Y. (May 31, 2018) – SUNY Delhi women's volleyball head coach Beau Bracchy has announced his 2018 recruiting class that includes three incoming freshmen and one transfer. Entering his 14th season at the helm, Coach Bracchy expressed satisfaction in the quality of his incoming student-athletes. His three freshmen recruits come from high school programs that the coach has not previously had players from, while his one transfer comes to Delhi following a successful two-year career at SUNY Ulster, a community college.

Olivia Casey

"In my 14 years coaching at SUNY Delhi, Olivia is my first-ever recruit from Broadalbin-Perth High School. It was worth the wait! Olivia plays both outside hitter and defensive specialist, possessing strong attack and defensive skills, and is a solid server. I'm looking for her to contribute right away. She is set to study Event Management."


Caitlyn Curcurito

"Caitlyn comes to us from Ballston Spa High School, and actually played for SUNY Delhi alumnus and former standout player of mine, Heather Begin LaSalvia. She played for the Arctic Blaze club team. Caitlyn has good size and can hit at both pins as an outside or right-side hitter. She has a positive attitude and a great outlook, and I look forward to coaching her. She will major in General Studies in the Liberal Arts and Sciences program."


Jessica Dymond

"Jessica is a Pennsylvania native, joining the Lady Broncos from Tunkhannock High School. She was an outside hitter for her school, and also played middle hitter for her club team, Northeast Alliance. She is a team player, has good energy, and most importantly is supportive and vocal. Interestingly enough, Jessica came to my attention when she expressed interest in SUNY Delhi's Veterinary Science program."


Erica Prindle

"Erica joins us as a transfer after playing the last two years at SUNY Ulster. She brings to the team versatility and leadership. A middle and outside hitter at Kingston High School, Erica transitioned to being a setter during her sophomore year at Ulster. She earned numerous accolades as a Senator, being named a two-time Female Athlete of the Year and receiving the President's Excellence Award. Erica will major in Business Technology Management. I look forward to her contributions as a student-athlete at SUNY Delhi."