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Going Out On Top

Warrior setter, Elisabeth Tramm, prepares for a set against the net.

By Austin Siegal

In December, Elisabeth Tramm graduated from Waldorf University with an array of athletic and academic achievements which will surely put her among some of the greatest volleyball players in the history of the program.

In the Waldorf Volleyball record books, she is finishing on top of the all-time leader boards in assists, and digs. Impressively, she finished her career with an unimaginable total of 3,156 assists and equally impressive 500+ digs in the span of four years.

Her senior season was the most impressive of her career–she totaled an impressive 951 assists, 103 kills, 229 digs, 43 blocks, and 26 aces. She helped lead her warrior volleyball team to a 12-19 record and a conference tournament bid. She also led the team to wins over several nationally ranked opponents.

When asked what her favorite memory from her four years at Waldorf was she said, “It actually isn’t with the team, it was playing intramural volleyball and just having fun and enjoying spending time with my friends playing the sport that I love.”

Tramm is an elementary education major and plans to begin teaching immediately after graduation.

It is safe to say she will take her athletic and academic experiences to guide her students over the coming years.