Cromer becomes first ever Darlington High volleyball player to sign letter of intent
DARLINGTON, S.C. – Breanna “Bree” Cromer, a Darlington High School (DHS) senior, became the school’s first ever volleyball player to sign a letter of intent to play at a collegiate level on Monday. Cromer signed with Converse College in Spartanburg on scholarship.
Cromer has played junior varsity and varsity volleyball since 2012 and club volleyball since 2013. She holds an All-Region honor as an outside hitter, and she has been a varsity team captain the past two years. She said choosing to attend Converse was an easy decision.
“It is the perfect fit for me,” Cromer said. “I instantly fell in love with Converse College the first time I stepped on campus.”
Academically, Cromer was a Junior Marshal and a Junior Scholar at DHS. She plans to study biology and communications at Converse.
DHS Principal Dr. Greg Harrison described Comer as a model student-athlete.
“I’m excited for Bree,” Harrison said. “She is the perfect example of a student-athlete. She not only represents her school well on the court, but also as a member of the Early College Honors Program.”
Pam Frick, head coach of the DHS varsity volleyball team, has worked with Cromer since she was a freshman.
“She always works hard and is willing to help other players,” Frick said. “I’ve seen a huge improvement over the years, especially this year. She has just busted out of her shell this year. We are very excited for her.”