Pretty Prairie High School grad Megan McFadden signs to play volleyball at Hesston College

Megan McFadden, a 5’11” middle blocker/opposite hitter from Pretty Prairie (Kan.) High School, has signed a letter of intent to play volleyball at Hesston College.
A three-sport athlete, McFadden lettered three years in volleyball for Pretty Prairie High, as well as three years in basketball and two in track. In basketball, McFadden set a single-game school-record with 18 rebounds. She also lettered in forensics her freshman year.

During her senior year, McFadden was nominated for the Kansas Volleyball Association All-Academic Team.

McFadden currently serves as copy editor for the Pretty Prairie High Yearbook Staff, and has been on the honor roll throughout her high school career. She is active in her church, serving as secretary for the First Mennonite Church Youth Group in Pretty Prairie.

“Megan has been instrumental in taking her high school team to a new level the past four years,” said Hesston volleyball coach Vanessa Schroeder. “Her strength coming into our program is her blocking ability, which will make her competitive in several positions within our team.”

McFadden is the daughter of Denise Ice and Michael McFadden, both of Pretty Prairie.