Quintas, an outside hitter, had 202 kills and 59 ace serves in her senior season at Eagle Grove.
Quintas says she’s looking forward to the opportunity to play volleyball at the collegiate level.
“I think that it is going to be a huge change,” Quintas said. “I’m excited to be on a new team and I am just thankful that I got the chance to take my game to the next level.
“Coach Brandt is really welcoming and really makes you feel wanted. That’s always comforting being away from home.”
Brandt says that Quintas loves the game of volleyball.
“It has been fun getting to know Riley because she has so much passion for the game and has such a desire to improve her skills to be successful at the college level,” Brandt said. “I believe she will be the type of athlete who pushes others to be their best. We are very excited to start working with her.”
Eagle Grove volleyball coach Jim McLaughlin agreed with Brandt about Quintas’ passion for the game.
“She shows it on the court, in practice and matches,” McLaughlin said. “Riley has put in a lot of time to make herself a strong hitter.
“I’ve enjoyed watching Riley grow as a volleyball player.”