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Lemelle signs with Centenary College

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    The Vindicator | Casey Stinnett — Liberty volleyball star Robin Lemelle is flanked here by her very proud parents, Dean and Sandra Lemelle, just before she officially signed her National Letter of Intent to play volleyball next year at Centenary College.
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Robin Lemelle is a 4-year varsity letterman for the Liberty High School Lady Panther Volleyball team. Coach Karen Slack says Lemelle has played club volleyball with a few different teams, including Xcel and Stellar, where she was recruited as a middle hitter for Centenary College in Shreveport, Louisiana. Robin was a captain on Liberty’s team this year as well as very strong academically, which in turn qualified her to be admitted to Centenary College.

Coach Slack said, “We are very proud of her accomplishments this far, and indebted to her loyal contributions to our school, community, and especially our athletic program.” 

Robin's parents are Dean and Sandra Lemelle, and brother Kendall Lemelle is a senior in college, also a Liberty High School alumni.  She signed her National Letter of Intent to play collegiate volleyball on scholarship to Centenary College on  Wednesday, Nov. 13, in the high school gym with a crowd of friends, family and teammates present to wish her well.

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