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A 6-0 outside hitter from North Logan, Utah, Day helped lead Sky View High School to the Utah 4A State Championship. She tallied 374 kills on a .297 attack percentage, adding 286 digs, six solo blocks and 15 block assists, on the way to being named the Herald Journal all-Valley Volleyball Player of the Year. She was also the Salt Lake Tribune Utah 4A MVP, as well as earning first-team all-state honors. Day was named the 4A Tournament MVP, highlighted by tallying 24 kills in the championship match, and she also earned 4A all-Tournament team accolades. Additionally, Day was a three-time all-region selection, a two-time first-team all-Valley honoree, as well as the Herald Journal Newcomer of the Year as a sophomore.
"Maddie Day is going to help solidify our outside hitting position. She brings a lot of experience to the gym, and she has a great work ethic that will increase our competitive environment," DuBose said. "Being a local product, she has followed our program for a while and knows what we are about."
Day helped lead the Bobcats to a 30-3 overall record this season, including going unbeaten in regional play in winning its third-straight regional championship. Day also was on the Sky View girls basketball team as a sophomore and junior. Off the court, she was also named to Sky View's Honor Roll. Day also competes for the Wildcat Volleyball Club.