21 Madeline Cannon
21 Madeline Cannon
Height: 6-1
Year: Fr.
Hometown: Sacramento, Calif.
Previous College: Santa Clara

2014 Sand Season
Posted an overall record of 5-7 during her first season of sand with the Hornets, going 3-3 with Sloan Lovett at No. 2, and posting a 2-4 record with Morgan Stanley at No. 3…played the final six matches of the year with Lovett…the tandem won three of their last five matches of the season, including victories over Cal Poly, Stanford and San Jose State…with the scored tied at 2-2 against Cal Poly, Cannon and Lovett provided the match clincher with a 21-17, 21-19 victory…with Stanley, she beat teams from Cal Poly and Boise State.

Prior to Sacramento State

Played the 2013 indoor season at Santa Clara of the West Coast Conference…playing behind a pair of senior middle blockers, she appeared in 11 matches, including five starts and 26 sets played…finished the season with 25 kills, seven digs and seven blocks while averaging 1.21 kills per set against conference competition…that included a season-best six kills and .667 hitting percentage against Portland.

High School
A 2013 graduate of Sacramento’s Rio Americano High School…was a four-year starter on the varsity volleyball team…a two-time all-state, four-time first team all-Capital Athletic League and three-time Sacramento Bee All-Metro selection…finished her career with 1,344 kills, 309 blocks, 480 digs and a .439 hitting percentage…raised her kills per set average all four years of her prep career, culminating in 5.14 kills per set during a senior season in which she was a first team all-state selection and the league MVP…helped lead Rio Americano to a four-year combined record of 115-42 overall and 42-10 in conference…the Raiders never finished lower than second place in the league standings during her tenure…was also a second team all-state selection as a junior after hitting .529 with averages of 3.11 kills and 0.68 blocks per set.

Parents are Davis and Jacqui…an undeclared major…played in the summers of 2012 and 2013 for the Northern California Volleyball Club (NCVC) where she was coached by current Hornet assistant Jason Borchin…was the starting middle blocker for both teams, including the Girls 18s squad that finished fifth in the nation in the Open Division at the 2013 Junior Nationals.