DETROIT, Mich. (June 28, 2018)Tess Reid remembers.

She remembers competing at the USA Volleyball Girls Junior National Championships. She remembers bonding with her teammates and playing on the championship court.

Things weren’t so different on Wednesday when she played on the championship court with her new teammates on the Women’s Collegiate National Team.

The Collegiate National Teams are part of USAV’s High Performance program and bring together some of the top college players in the country to train and compete.

Reid, a setter who will enter her junior season at Loyola Marymount in the fall, said the first two days at her team’s training camp in Ann Arbor, Mich., were a little scary.

“Everyone was a little nervous and timid. Nobody really knew each other,” she said. “Day 2 and Day 3 come in and now we’re all best friends. We did some team-building activities and honestly we got a lot closer from that. I feel l like I’ve known these girls forever.”

The stands at the championship court at Cobo Center were filled with players, coaches and fans from the Girls’ Junior Nationals to watch the team’s inter-squad match on Wednesday. Reid used to be one of those players.

“Oh yeah, we came to Nationals every year,” she said. “I played for KC Power and they’re out here supporting, which is awesome. I try to see them play. I love junior nationals so much. It’s good to be back.”

Reid said she encourages young players who want to move up USA Volleyball’s High Performance pipeline and the Path to the Podium to focus on “being a good teammate.”

“You don’t have to be intense and a straight-faced machine all the time,” she said. “(USA Volleyball) appreciates good character, good teammates and good leaders.”

The team will scrimmage again on Thursday (June 28) at 5 p.m. ET. You can watch live on the USAV Watch page.

In the scrimmage, Reid and fellow setter Haley Templeton from the University of Miami combined to set the Red Team to a .436 hitting efficiency as it came back from 0-2 to beat the White Team, 18-25, 22-25, 25-18, 25-21, 15-8.

Yossiana Pressley, an outside hitter out of Baylor who started the final four sets, led all scorers with 20 points on a match-high 16 kills (.577), two blocks and two aces. Pressley was credited with 17 receptions, 71 percent positive.

Kaylin Korte, an outside hitter from Clemson who started four sets, added 18 points on 15 kills, two blocks and one ace. Korte was also credited with 23 receptions, 74 percent positive.

Lauren Sanders, a middle blocker from the University of Washington, totaled 16 points on a match-high nine blocks, a match-high three aces and four kills.

On the White Team’s side, outside hitter Kendra Dahlke from the University of Arizona and Meredith Norris, an outside from Michigan State, each scored 11 points. Norris was credited with 20 receptions, 85 percent positive.

Dahlke scored on nine kills, one block and one ace while Norris finished with eight kills, two blocks and one ace. She was credited with 21 receptions, 52 percent positive.

Setters Bailey Choy from the University of Utah and Ashley Brown from Washington State combined to set the White Team to a .255 hitting efficiency.

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2018 CNT Detroit Roster

Red Team
Name (Pos., School, Height, College Eligibility Remaining, Hometown, Youth Club)
1. Addie Picha (M, Univ. of San Diego, 6-2, 1, Puyallup, Wash., Puget Sound VA)
2. Amber Witherspoon (M, Syracuse Univ., 6-4, 1, Chicago, Ill., N/A)
3. Andrea Hale (OH, Weber State Univ., 6-3, 1, Elk Ridge, Utah, Club Utah)
11. Gabby Curry (L, Univ. of Kentucky, 5-9, 3, Buford, Ga., A5)
12. Haley Templeton (S, Univ. of Miami, 6-0, 1, Alpharetta, Ga., A5)
13. Jaila Tolbert (OPP, Virginia Tech, 6-1, 1, Minneapolis, Minn., Minnesota Select VBC)
14. Kaylin Korte (OH, Clemson Univ., 6-0, 2, Morris, Ill., 1st Alliance)
16. Lauren Sanders (M, Univ. of Washington, 6-4, 3, Snohomish, Wash., Washington VA)
20. Morgan O’Brien (L, Univ. of Illinois, 5-8, 3, Libertyville, Ill., Sky High VBC)
22. Sarah Sanders (OPP, Univ. of Oklahoma, 6-4, 3, Plano, Texas, Texas Advantage Volleyball)
23. Tess Reid (S, Loyola Marymount Univ., 5-8, 2, Lenexa, Kan., KC Power)
24. Yossiana Pressley (OH, Baylor Univ., 6-0, 3, Cypress, Texas, Willowbrook)

White Team
Name (Pos., School, Height, College Eligibility Remaining, Hometown, Youth Club)
4. Ashley Brown (S, Washington State Univ., 5-9, 2, Prosper, Texas, Texas Advantage)
5. Bailey Choy (S, Univ. of Utah, 5-9, 2, Honolulu, Hawaii, Imi Ike)
6. Brooke Bailey (OH, Clemson Univ., 6-2, 2, Canton, Ohio, Academy for Volleyball Cleveland)
7. Brooke Morgan (M, Univ. of Kentucky, 6-5, 1, Dike, Iowa, Six Pack)
8. Candice Denny (M, Univ. of Arizona, 6-2, 3, Saratoga, Calif., Encore Volleyball Club)
9. Danielle Barton (OPP, Univ. of Utah, 6-0, 3, Sandy, Utah, Club V)
10. Elizabeth Pamphile (M, Univ. of Arkansas, 6-1, 3, Orlando, Fla., OTVA)
15. Kendra Dahlke (OH, Univ. of Arizona, 6-0, 1, Bonsall, Calif., Coast VBC)
17. Mary Dodge (L, Univ. of Wisconsin, 5-10, 2, East Troy, Wisc., Milwaukee Sting)
18. Meredith Norris (OH, Michigan State Univ., 6-3, 3, Owosso, Mich., Michigan Elite)
19. Mia Sokolowski (OPP, Univ. of Florida, 6-4, 3, Tucson, Ariz., Zona Volleyball Club)
21. Reilly Killeen (L, Kansas State Univ., 5-4, 1, Honolulu, Hawaii, Imi Ike)

U.S. Collegiate National Team-Detroit Delegation
Mentor Coach: Rod Wilde (Madison Elite VBC)
Manager: Jeff Wanderer (West Hills College)
Head Coach: Dennis Janzen (Trinity Western University)
Head Coach: Nickie Sanlin (McKendree University)
Assistant Coach: Dave Butler (University of Oregon)
Assistant Coach: Lindsay Brown (IPFW Men’s Volleyball)
Technical Coordinator: Taylor Filzen (University of Dayton)
Technical Coordinator: Ariel Sanchez (Idaho State University)
USA Volleyball Staff: Kassidi Gilgenast