For the first time since 2017, her junior season as a high school volleyball standout at Menlo School, Xu has returned to a starting role, overcoming two major knee injuries to do so. The payoff?
The group, one of the top rated in the nation, includes Menlo School senior Selina Xu, who missed the past season with an injury. In addition to Xu, who helped win a state title with the Knights ...
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The third Stanford player on this list is setter Selina Xu. Another member of the U.S. Junior National Team, Xu was named to the San Jose Mercury News' All-Area Team in 2018.
Selina Xu, a setter who did not play for the Knights as a sophomore due to an injury she suffered while playing with the Team USA Junior National Team, is committed to Stanford.
It was hard to tell who the players were from the video. If that was Selina Xu setting on some of the plays, she is short, definitely not the 6'0" listed height. Their future teammate Sami Francis was on the club team they were playing against so yes the club team is pretty good.
Plus we still do not even know where certain transfers r going. Oregon has all their starters returning so it is obvious that they will succeed. As for Stanford, although they had certain difficulties playing as a team.. they have Kendall Kipp, Natalie Berty, Caitie Baird, Selina Xu, & Holly Campbell all returning.
He's referring to senior Selina Xu, who was injured during a stint with the U.S. national program before the season. She played with the youth national team last summer and is considered one of ...
They'll have plenty of firepower and should have excellent setting between Xu, Miner, and Kalissa Greene. Passing is the biggest question mark: Oglivie is solid but we haven't seen any of their DSes and the pins needed some work this season. Stanford was hammered by the inability to practice and many absences due to injuries and COVID protocol.