Everyone is returning.
Capsule of big four, recruiting class to add to the sting:
-Laura Fischer, RS/MB (Longwood, Fla./Brantley High School)...physical, fundamentally sound. Outstanding student.
-Leia Harper, OH (Martinsburg, W.Va./Spring Mills High School)....Prep VB Watch list. Positive type teammate. All-State 3 years. Future star, per CMC.
-Bianca Bertolino, OH (San Guillermo-Santa Fe, Argentina/: Colegio Santa Catalina de Siena)....played in world championships for Argentina Natl. team. World class player.
-Kali Engeman, MB (Excelsior, Minn./Minnetonka High School)....very athletic, will be an excellent teammate, could start. Responsible student.
Nicole sat out last season for Nebraska, before the transfer to GT. She will be a Sophmore at Tech. Wonderful student.
Prior to joining the collegiate ranks amongst the stark competition in the Big Ten, Drewnick was a two-time Texas 6A State Champion at Hebron High School during her freshman and sophomore seasons. She played both setter and hitter for her club volleyball team, Texas Instinct, as they finished third in the USA Division at the USAV Junior National Championships in 2016.
Drewnick comes from a family of athletes as her mother, Cilene, played volleyball in the 1992 Olympics for Brazil while her father, Eduardo, played basketball for the Brazilian National Team as well as in college at Lamar, Southern Idaho and Houston.
Drewnick becomes the fourth offseason addition to Georgia Tech’s 2021 signing class, bolstering a crop of young talent including libero/defensive specialists Lauren Sanden and Paola Pimentel as well as fellow setter Ashlyn Goolsby. The four future Jackets will join 10 returning current players, including all six regular starters.