2019 - 2020 MISSOURI
VOLLEYBALL
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
BIRDIE
HENDRICKSON
OUTSIDE HITTER
LOGAN-ROGERSVILLE HS
ROGERSVILLE, MISSOURI
SENIOR
HEIGHT: 6-FOOT-2
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HIGHLIGHTED STATS
483
KILLS
352
DIGS
60
BLOCKS
1524
CAREER KILLS
“In a sport that has several distinct positions, Birdie managed to be a dominant player at all of them. She obviously can hit, but her defense is outstanding and her setting ability is taking her to Florida, even though she wasn’t used as her team’s primary setter.”
Jarod Olson
Head Coach - Head coach of Marshfield High

Athletic Excellence


The state’s returning Gatorade Player of the Year, the 6-foot-2 senior outside hitter compiled 483 kills and 352 digs this past season, leading the Wildcats (35-5-1) to the Class 3 state championship match. Hendrickson also tallied 60 blocks, 28 assists and 19 service aces while posting a .474 kill percentage and a .390 hitting percentage. A four-time First Team All-State selection, she concluded her prep volleyball career with 1,524 kills and 1,131 digs.

Academic Achievement


Hendrickson has maintained a 3.71 GPA in the classroom. She has signed a National Letter of Intent to play volleyball on scholarship at the University of Florida this fall.

Exemplary Character


Hendrickson has volunteered locally with Missouri State Parks, and at a homeless shelter and food bank. She has also donated her time as a youth volleyball coach and instructor.