Busy day for Oregon as National Signing Day early period opens Wednesday

Various Oregon athletic teams had multiple players make their commitment to the Ducks official on Wednesday. Here’s a look at those players: Volleyball Chandlar Duff: middle blocker from Grosse Pointe South High School in Grosse Pointe, Michigan. The 6-foot-2 Michigan native played with Legacy Volleyball Club. Kylie Robinson: at No. 8 …

Various Oregon athletic teams had multiple players make their commitment to the Ducks official on Wednesday. Here’s a look at those players:

Volleyball

Chandlar Duff: middle blocker from Grosse Pointe South High School in Grosse Pointe, Michigan. The 6-foot-2 Michigan native played with Legacy Volleyball Club.

Kylie Robinson: at No. 8 on PrepVolleyball.com’s Senior Aces list,  Robinson is the highest-ranked recruit in Oregon history. Robinson has career-high 107 aces, 459 digs and 395 kills. Robinson was a member of the 2016 USA Volleyball girls’ youth national training team.

The Ducks also received commitments from Karson Bacon, Brooke Nuneviller and Camyrn Tastad.

Women’s Golf

Madi Daniel: Daniel joins the Ducks from Bakersfield Christian High School. She shot a 3-under-par 69 to win the Central Section girls golf individual championship.

Tze-Han Lin: A native of Hsinchu City, Taiwan, also signed on Wednesday. She recently took third at the National Sports Games in Chinese Taipei last month.

Simar Singh: A standout from Los Altos High School, Singh is regarded as a top prospect from Southern California. She signed her letter of intent on Wednesday.

Track

Eric Edwards Jr.: Edwards, a senior at Langham Creek High School in Houston, Texas, owns the fastest high school time in the 110-meter hurdles this year. He’s also run the fifth-fastest 300-meter hurdles race in the country.

Softball

Hannah Galey:  A utility player from Scappoose High School, in Scappoose, Oregon. She had a .629 batting average with 22 hits and 25 RBIs with 24 runs last season.

Lexi Wagner: An outfielder from Seton-LaSalle High School in Venetia, Pennsylvania. In 19 games last season, Wagner hit .467 with 28 hits and 32 RBIs and 32 runs.

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