Ladies Volleyball Inks Two for Upcoming Season
Tuesday, June 1, 2010
SHREVEPORT-Centenary College and new head volleyball coach Jon Stenman are pleased to announce that Levita Feaster and Bethany Nuttall have recently accepted the institution's offer of admission and will be joining the Ladies volleyball program this coming Fall.

Feaster hails from Middleton, Maryland and is the daughter of Michele and Alton Feaster. She attended Middleton High School and played four years of volleyball under coach Aubrey Pfau. Feaster also received one letter in track under coach Frank Davis.

Standing at 5'11", Feaster helped the Knights to two State Playoff appearances and was named "Best Offensive Player" and "Best Blocker." She also was recognized as the "Most Improved Player" and was awarded All-MVAL Honorable Mention honors.

Feaster played club volleyball for Metro American in DC under Russ Friedland for one year.

Off the court, Feaster excelled in the classroom as a member of the National Honor Society, while receiving AP Scholar, High Honors, and Kappa Alpha Psi recognition.

She plans on studying Biophysics or Biomedical Engineering while at Centenary.

"Levita is an athletic player that can play multiple positions and I expect her to be able to contribute in the front row next year," said Stenman.

Nuttall is a Conroe, Texas native and is the daughter of Peter and Mary Nuttall. A graduate of John Cooper High School, Nuttall was a three-year letter winner for the Dragans under coach Jim Richardson.

She helped her team to an impressive 23-14-1 record and a Division II SPC Championship in 2009. Throughout her high school career, Nuttall was recognized in 2009 as the Brentwood Tournament MVP and to the Cooper Classic All Tournament team. In 2008, she was a member of the O'Connell Classic All Tournament team.

For her strong play, Nutall was honored as the Varsity MVP during the 08-09 and 09-10 seasons and to the All-SPC team during those years.

She played club volleyball for Texas Select Volleyball out of Spring, Texas under Jim Richardson and Charvette Brown for six years. She was named "Best Setter" in 2009.

Away from the court, Nuttall was a four year High Honor Roll academic.

"Bethany is a very versatile setter with experience running quick offenses.  She will compete for a starting setter position in the Fall," said Stenman.

"Both players are incredible, enthusiastic people with a passion for volleyball who should fit seamlessly into the Ladies volleyball program."