Pitt volleyball has added another talented transfer in Serena Gray, head coach Dan Fisher announced on late Thursday afternoon.
Gray heads to Pittsburgh with two years of eligibility at her disposal and is permitted to compete with the team immediately. The 6-foot-2 middle blocker joins fellow transfer Leketor Member-Meneh and a group of four freshmen as the newest members of the Panthers’ program. Fisher painted a vivid picture when it came to explaining how significant the addition was for the Pitt roster.
“I’m beyond excited to announce this,” Fisher said. “Serena is one of the top players in the country and we expect her to have an immediate impact here at Pitt. It was the right fit for her culturally and academically. We’re thrilled that she’s joining us in Pittsburgh.”
Much like Member-Meneh, Gray amassed quite the resume while at her former school. During her tenure with the Nittany Lions, she was a two-time American Volleyball Coaches Association All-America Honorable Mention.
The Temple City, California, native registered 494 career kills in Happy Valley, including 2.09 kills per set last season. Gray was also a member of the 2016 U.S. Girl’s Youth Training Team and was ranked as the No. 5 PrepVolleyball.com Senior Ace back in 2018.