Plymouth Whitemarsh High School senior Ryenn Mamrosch has signed to play volleyball at Albright College.

As a setter for the high school varsity team, she has 341 assists, 30 aces, and 154 digs. Her contributions helped propel the team to a Suburban One League Championship and an undefeated league season - one of her favorite highlights from this year. She also received an All League Honorable Mention for leading in assists this past season.

“I think (being on the team) helped me grow as an athlete by teaching me to trust my teammates and play my best no matter the competition,” she said.

As a player for the past six years both inside and outside of school with the Highline Volleyball Club, Ryenn has enjoyed being able to meet fellow athletes who enjoy the sport as much as she does. When she attends college, she hopes to continue meeting other players who will help her improve her game. 

In addition to playing volleyball, Ryenn is a member of the Best Buddies Club and Student Council. She has made the Distinguished Honor Roll all four years of high school. She hopes to study early childhood education at Albright.

Ryenn Mamrosch is seen here with family and coaches

Seated is Ryenn Mamrosch, who will be playing volleyball for Albright College starting in the 2023-24 school year. In the back row, from left to right are Coach David Stewart, Assistant Coach Rachel Glass, father Craig Mamrosch, mother Kathy Mamrosch, and sisters Chloe and Kendall Mamrosch. Standing beside Ryenn is sister Tristan Mamrosch.