One of the top girls volleyball players in the state of Utah has signed to play for Utah State.
Pleasant Grove's McKell Staheli, a 5-foot-3 libero, will enroll at USU this fall as a freshman.
Staheli was the Region 4 MVP in 2011 and a Tribune first-team all-state selection. She was also PG's MVP and defensive MVP last season.
Staheli recorded 518 digs last season, a state single-season record.
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