Montoya inks letter to play at Chaminade

Posted on 17 April 2012 by the Roswell Daily Record


Daniella Montoya poses for a photo with, front row from left, NMMI assistant coach Pam Grano, NMMI head coach Shelby Forchtner; back row, father Steve Montoya and mother Francis Montoya after signing her national letter of intent to continue her academic and volleyball career at Chaminade University in Honolulu on Monday. (Kevin J. Keller Photo)

New Mexico Military Institute sophomore Daniella Montoya signed her national letter of intent to continue her academic and athletic career at Chaminade University in Honolulu on Monday.

Montoya will continue her career as a setter under new Silverswords coach Kahala Kabalis, who made Montoya her second signee since taking over the program in January.

Montoya was an all-conference and all-region pick in both of her seasons at the Institute and holds the school’s single season and career marks for assists. She helped lead the Broncos to a 45-31 mark during her two seasons under Bronco coach Shelby Forchtner.

 

In 2011, the Robertson (Las Vegas, N.M.) product led the Western Junior College Athletic Conference in assists with 1,391, which set the single-season mark at NMMI. In 2010, Montoya recorded 970 assists. For her career, Montoya finished with 2,361 assists.

Montoya, who carries a 3.86 GPA at the Institute, will major in psychology at Chaminade.

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