Cranston named to team Canada

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Fort St. John’s Dana Cranston has been named to the national Volleyball team.

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The graduate of North Peace Secondary School is part of the 30-woman squad named on Monday.

The 19 year-old is listed as a left side ‘B’ team player, meaning she will train with the national team until the end of July, when those remaining with the ‘A’ team will continue preparations for the 2010 world championship, in Japan.

A freshman at Colorado State University, Cranston quickly became an important player on the Rams volleyball team in her first season of NCAA play in 2009/2010. In her senior year at NPSS, she won a ‘Head of the Class’ award from the Province Newspaper, as the top female high-school volleyball player in B.C.

For a complete team Canada roster, click here.

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