Former University Of Pacific Standout Shinn-Hardcastle Signs With Thunder
October 30, 2002 - United States Professional Volleyball League (USPV) - Chicago Thunder News Release
OAKBROOK TERRACE, ILL., OCTOBER 30, 2002_ The Chicago Thunder, a,member of United States Professional Volleyball (USPV), today announced the signing of former University of the Pacific outside hitter Danielle Shinn-Hardcastle.
Shinn-Hardcastle (Arnold, Calif.), a Junior Olympic All-American, was a three-time All-Big West Conference selection. In 2000, she averaged 4.4 kills, 3.8 digs and 0.8 blocks per game for the Tigers. Shinn-Hardcastle left Pacific with 1,245 career kills.
This past summer, Shinn-Hardcastle competed on the Association of Volleyball Professionals (AVP) beach volleyball tour, appearing in five tour events. She has also played professionally in Puerto Rico.
The Thunder opens the 2003 season January 10 in Rochester, Minn. against defending USPV champion Minnesota in a rematch of the 2002 USPV Championship Series. Chicagos home opener is Sunday, January 12 against St. Louis at Saint Xavier Universitys Shannon Center. The Thunder will play all of its home matches at the Shannon Center.
• Discuss this story on the United States Professional Volleyball League message board...
United States Professional Volleyball League Stories from October 30, 2002
The opinions expressed in this release are those of the organization issuing it, and do not necessarily reflect the thoughts or opinions of OurSports Central or its staff.
Other Recent Chicago Thunder Stories
- Thunder Re-Signs Radovic
- Former Mother McAuley Star Katie Schumacher Coming Home To Play for Thunder
- Former University Of Pacific Standout Shinn-Hardcastle Signs With Thunder
- Thunder Signs Two-Time All-American Puikkonen
- Former Benet Academy Standout Boylan Coming Home