Head Coach

Rebecca Lipasek 30th year

Assistant Coaches

Jessica Tabor and Ashley Ludwig

2019 Record


2019 League Record


2019 Postseason

Substate Runner Up

2019 Results

First Place in the Iola, Oswego, and Uniontown tournaments.

2019 Recap

Riverton continued to add to its recent success (98 matches won 2017-2019) with a 34 win season and three tournament championships. The season came to end with a tough three-set loss to Frontenac in the Substate Championship.

Key Losses –

Camryn Compton-255 kills, 354 digs (finished her career with 542 kills and 1152 digs) and was a 2nd team CNC selection.

Danielle Weaver-314 digs and 180 kills (1081 career digs). Zoey Mitchell-237 digs and 46 blocks.

Starters returning


Returning Letterman


Top Returners

Jacy Thomasson-Sophomore—5’11 Middle Hitter—367 kills, 229 digs, 91 blocks, 62 aces. 1st Tean CNC and recently recognized as an AVCA 2023 Phenom.

Emma Berry—Senior-5’8 Setter—735 assists, 219 digs, 64 aces. Honorable Mention CNC.

Morgan Compton—Sophomore—5’6 Setter/OH—183 digs, 138 assists, 36 aces.

Key Newcomers

Lexi Nowlin- Senior Right side hitter;

Tori Willoughby—Senior OH;

Kayla Greer-Freshman Libero;

Alivia Parker-Freshman OH;

Elizabeth (EJ) Wells-Freshman MH/OH;

Rachel Wilson-Sophomore OH.

2020 Outlook

With the exception of Emma at the setting position, Riverton will be extremely young. We will need some young hitters to step up and add to the offense that we know we will get from Jacy. I am looking forward to steady improvement as the season progresses and hope to be contenders in conference and post-season play.

Alumni Playing College Ball

Kellyn Lipasek-RHS class of 2018 is in her second year at Highland CC.