DME’s Jalynn Brown Cracks Florida’s Top 12 for 16’s Girls Volleyball
Posted June 9th, 2021
Jalynn Brown is a standout in the Volusia County volleyball scene and is making her presence equally known in Florida. Jalynn Brown, a 6'1" outside attacker for DME's Volleyball Club, is certainly asserting herself as a force to be reckoned with both at the high school and club level.
This past weekend, Jalynn was selected to attend a statewide tryout from a pool of 150 volleyball athletes and narrowed to 32 players. She has been selected as one of twelve to successfully claim her spot and represent Florida in the USAV High-Performance Tournament.
The Team Florida Indoor HP All-Star program allows outstanding youth and junior volleyball athletes to play for college coaches and represent the Florida Region at an international volleyball tournament each year called the USA High-Performance Championships.
This past club season Jalynn Brown demonstrated that she had the capabilities to expand her game from the role of an attacker to serve her team as a 6 rotation outside hitter. Brown came off a very successful high school season where she earned honors as Offensive Player of the Year (New Smyrna Beach High School 2020 (205 Kills) and First Team All-Area. Brown finished the season ranked 14th in the state of Florida for kills in 6A.
Jalynn Brown has been a vital member of the DME Volleyball program for the past 4 years. Her developing skills have garnered the attention of many college coaches specifically at the NCAA DI and DII level.