Frost Commits To Defender Volleyball

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Frost Commits To Defender Volleyball

(Thursday, January 21; Sioux Center, Iowa) Brady Frost, a senior at Neenah High School (Wisconsin), has announced his intention to attend Dordt and join the Defender volleyball program.

“Brady is a strong athlete who is willing to take on new challenges in order to discover more ways that he can grow in sport and in life.  His continued commitment to play volleyball at a high level has allowed him to experience club volleyball tournaments across the country with strong competition.  For his sport development, we are grateful for Brady’s club volleyball coach Jeremy Beirl, Jack Taschner who coached him in baseball, and his dad Richard Frost who coached him in basketball and baseball.  Brady has a higher level of college volleyball still in front of him and we are excited to help him reach that level.  He is a tremendous fit for our campus community as he will strive to live out The Defender Way,” said Dordt volleyball coach Chad Hanson.

Frost is an all-conference honorable mention honoree and was on a team that had its 2020 volleyball season cut short after earning a 2020 national bid.  He was also on a regional champion basketball team in 2020.

“I chose to commit to Dordt University because of the people I met in my visits to Dordt. Everyone at Dordt supports and loves each other, creating a community that I want to be a part of,” said Frost.

Brady is the son of Richard and Amy Frost of Neenah, Wisconsin.  He plans to study Mechanical Engineering at Dordt.

Dordt University in Sioux Center, Iowa, is a comprehensive Christian college rooted in the Reformed tradition. The Defender athletic program is a part of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC), American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) and the Mid-American Collegiate Hockey Association (MACHA). 

U.S. News & World Report, Money Magazine,, Washington Monthly, and Princeton Review all list Dordt on their best colleges lists. Dordt is home to approximately 1,500 students.