11 - Dylan Kembre
Dylan Kembre
Height: 6-0
Weight: 180
Year: So.
Hometown: West Chester, Ohio
High School: Lakota West HS
Position: LIB

As a freshman (2011): Played in eight matches, including three starts…Posted 76 assists, 21 digs, 19 service aces, and 14 kills…Season-high three kills on five swings (.600 hitting percentage) against Lancaster Bible (Jan. 21) and City College of New York (Jan. 22)…Tallied six service aces against Washington Adventist (Feb. 17)…Recorded a season-high seven aces against Washington Adventist (Feb. 27)…Season-high 40 assists against Pfeiffer (Apr. 14).

High School: Graduated from Lakota West High School in West Chester, Ohio…Coached by Christy Switzer…Dylan was first-team all-conference, second-team all-region and Honorable Mention all-state in 2008…First-team all-conference Player of the Year, first-team all-region, region Co-Player of the Year and first-team all-state in 2009…First-team all-conference, Conference Player of the Year, first-team all-region, Region Player of the Year and first-team all-state in 2010.

Personal: Full name is Dylan Richard Kembre…Born on Apr. 27, 1992 in Cincinnati, Ohio…Son of Sherry Kembre…Has one sister, Kira…Played club volleyball for Cincy Classics, coached by Sandy Grannen…Majoring in physical education…Plans to play professional volleyball, or seek a career in physical education while pursuing a coaching position…Community service activities while at LMC include, the Daniel Boone House Opening, Freshmen Service at the McRae House and Mountain Day.

More about Dylan: Favorite book: “The Hunger Games”…Favorite midnight snack: Oreo’s and milk…Favorite movie: “Inception”…Favorite musical artist: Kid Cudi…Favorite song: “The Prayer”, by Kid Cudi…Favorite sports teams: Cincinnati Reds and Cincinnati Bengals…Favorite athlete: Joey Votto of the Cincinnati Reds…Dylan’s most memorable moment in sports: Beating Ball State University…Dylan’s advice to kids: “Study”…Favorite color: Blue…Favorite food: Sushi…Favorite sports other than volleyball: Basketball, baseball, football and ping-pong…People Dylan most admires: His mother and grandfather…The toughest player Dylan has ever played against: Max Holt of the U.S. National Volleyball team…What people don’t know about Dylan: He can do card tricks…When Dylan was a kid, he tried to be like: A ninja…When people first meet Dylan, they think: He is quiet.