Mindi Wiley Signs Contract to Join Koniz Volleyball Club
April 23, 2010
BERKELEY - Former California volleyball middle hitter Mindi Wiley has signed a contract to join the Koniz Volleyball Club of the Swiss Volley League. The Sonoma, Calif. native will head to Bern, Switzerland in early August for the 2010 season. The Swiss Volley League is part of the Confédération Européenne de Volleyball, which is the governing body for professional volleyball in Europe and the originator of the European Champions League. Fellow former Golden Bear middle hitter Ellen Orchard is also a part of the Swiss Volley League as a member of VC Kanti Schaffhausen.
Wiley completed her career with the Bears with 651 kills on 1,294 attacks (219e, .334) and maintained a 2.13 kps average. She finished as Cal's second all-time leader in career hitting percentage and ranks ninth in all-time blocks with 332. She had the top ninth and 10th single-season program totals for blocks with 126 in 2009 and 123 in 2008. As a senior, Wiley started all 32 matches for Cal and put up 2.37 kps while leading the team in blocks with 1.03 bps and posted the sixth-highest single-season hitting percentage at .343 (289k, 95e, 566att).