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December 15, 2013

Wolfenberger inks with Vernon College

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Wolfenberger will take care of her basic requisites while attending Vernon for the next couple of years, but has designs on concentrating future studies in the realm of the animal kingdom, specifically regarding big game.

She also has intentions to continue her athletic career at a four-year institutions, and while name-dropping Midwestern State (Wichita Falls) as a possible candidate, said that there were a slew of other next level coaches making inquiries about her future plans.

Karissa has been all about future plans for a good while. Beginning her volleyball career as a fourth-grader, it only took her a couple of years to decide life on the court was to be her pursuit through her Peaster years, and beyond.

The student-athlete turns sweetly emotional when talking about her goals coming to fruition, and the memories she takes with her from Peaster.

“I’ve just loved playing here,” she said. “Everyone, the coaches and my teammates, have just been wonderful. I can’t even begin to describe how awesome this whole experience has been.”

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