Minyard commits to Boston College on volleyball scholarship

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Minyard commits to Boston College on volleyball scholarship

Coppell senior Peyton Minyard prepares to spike during the match against Arlington Martin on Aug. 27 in the CHS Arena. Minyard committed to Boston College and will receive a volleyball scholarship.

Coppell senior Peyton Minyard prepares to spike during the match against Arlington Martin on Aug. 27 in the CHS Arena. Minyard committed to Boston College and will receive a volleyball scholarship.

Sally Parampottil

Coppell senior Peyton Minyard prepares to spike during the match against Arlington Martin on Aug. 27 in the CHS Arena. Minyard committed to Boston College and will receive a volleyball scholarship.

Sally Parampottil

Sally Parampottil

Coppell senior Peyton Minyard prepares to spike during the match against Arlington Martin on Aug. 27 in the CHS Arena. Minyard committed to Boston College and will receive a volleyball scholarship.

Ryan Dyke

Coppell High School senior Peyton Minyard is a middle blocker. Her passion for volleyball started at a young age and she has been playing for six years now, this being her second year playing varsity for CHS. She was offered and accepted a volleyball scholarship to Boston College.

How did you pick your college?

I actually wasn’t looking at Boston College until after the summer when they came to me. I didn’t know of Boston College but they offered me a visit. I went, and the minute I stepped foot on campus, I fell in love. It is a beautiful campus if you haven’t seen it. Academically it’s a great school. The coaches and players, I just felt immediately like I was in a little family.

What was your decision process?

They offered me while I was [at the campus], and I had to make a decision. The minute I made that decision, I called them and it felt like a huge elephant off my chest.

Have you met anyone from your new team?

Yes, there is actually a girl [who] committed [to Boston College] from Prosper [High School]. They were also [at the campus visit] while I was there, so I met all of the recruits.

Are you ready to go to college?

I’m ready. I am sad to leave home and [Boston] is far away but I am ready for a new experience, a new adventure in my life and I am ready to play volleyball at a higher level.

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