Warsaw volleyball standout Erin Peugh has officially signed her intent to continue her education and volleyball play at Taylor University.
Peugh, a four-year varsity letter-winner that led the Tigers in digs in both her sophomore and junior seasons, made a transition to outside hitter this year and helped guide Warsaw to 29 wins and a sectional championship. The MVP of the Warsaw Invite her sophomore season, her play also earned her NLC All Conference Honorable Mention selections the past three seasons.
Peugh has not only stood out around the net for the Tigers, she has made a tremendous impact all around WCHS and the Warsaw Community. A member of the 2018 Academic All-State team, Peugh has also been celebrated for her artistic abilities, earning Silver Key and Honorable Mention Awards from The Scholastic Art & Writing and Fort Wayne Museum of Art, first place at Tri Kappa Art Award for Printmaking and Pottery, and Honorable Mention with Tri Kappa Art Award for Pottery and Photography.
A member of her church youth group, Peugh has worked with outreach programs to impact the Feed My Starving Children organization, and she served as a youth volleyball travel coach.
The scholar athlete is currently undecided on a major for college. Peugh will play for Taylor coach Erin Luthy, joining former Warsaw assistant and current Taylor assistant Chandra Hepler with the Trojans. Taylor is a member of the NAIA and the Crossroads league.
Front Row (L-R): Sara Peugh, Rhonda Peugh, Erin Peugh, Phil Peugh; Back Row: Jeff Hamstra (WCHS Athletics), Rick Ashmore (WCHS head coach), Erin Luthy (Taylor Head Coach), Chandra Hepler (Taylor Assistant Coach).