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G.O.A.T.: Frost No. 4 in BC Central volleyball history

Battle Creek Enquirer and panel select the top 5 'Greatest of All Time' volleyball players from each city school

Lauren Frost

Lauren Frost

Each week (Monday-Friday) leading up to the MHSAA Volleyball Semifinals and Finals, the Battle Creek Enquirer will count down the top five players from the city volleyball programs, revealing the ‘Greatest of All Time’ (G.O.A.T.) each Friday. Then fans will have an opportunity to vote for who they think is the G.O.A.T. at each school.

BATTLE CREEK CENTRAL VOLLEYBALL

4. Lauren Frost – Class of 2004

A three-time All-City selection, Frost is among the most productive middle hitters in Battle Creek history, owning the Battle Creek Central career record for kills (1,487) and blocks (448). As a sophomore, she posted 29 kills in a three-set match against Coldwater – tied for sixth most in state history before rally scoring was introduced in 2004. As a senior, she finished with a school single-season record 721 kills while guiding the Bearcats to a 54-17 record, matching the program benchmark for wins in a season. She went on to help Kellogg Community College win division, conference, state and regional titles before completing her collegiate career at Wayne State University.

What the panel said: “A very explosive middle blocker that ran the quick attack very well.”

G.O.A.T.: Riddle No. 5 in BC Central volleyball history

Nick Buckley can be reached at nbuckley@battlecreekenquirer.com or 269-966-0652. Follow him on Twitter:@NickJBuckley

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