Madi Hott, a freshman from Cumberland, joins ACM as a libero. At 5’4” with 47 digs, 2.14 per set – 22 sets, and 4 kills, Madi is a versatile, experienced defensive player.
“Madi is a terrific hustler on the court who’s always looking for ways to push herself to benefit the team,” said ACM Head Coach Megan Oliver.
Hott is a 2019 graduate of Calvary Christian Academy. She was named Defensive Player of the Year in both 10th and 12th grades. While attending Calvary, she was in the 1st Team All-Conference, 1000 Day Club, and named the Cumberland Times-News Player of the Month. In addition to volleyball, Hott played basketball during high school. She is a general studies major at ACM, and the recipient of an Athletic Achievement Scholarship awarded through the ACM Athletics Department.