Nicklin Hames is an amazing 21 years old American volleyball player. Hames was named to the Ameritas Players Challenge All-Tournament Team.
She has earned AVCA All-North Region and All-Big Ten First-Team honors, as well as AVCA All-America’s honorable mention.
Nicklin Hames: Age, Height, Injury, Sister, Parents
Nicklin Hames is now 21 years of age.
She was born on January 18, 2000. So as of her birth date, she is 21 years old.
She is very young and has a lot of her endeavors to pass.
Hames stands 1.8 meters from the ground.
She is very tall and that height suits her as well.
She attended Webb School in Knoxville, Tennessee, United States. Niklin was coached by her mother and named the most valuable player of the state tournament four times.
Nicklin Hames starting seemed to one certainty for Nebraska entering the 2021 season. But now even that is up in the air after she hurt her right ankle during the Red-White scrimmage Saturday night.
NU coach John Cook said Monday he doesn’t expect the three-year starter to be available for this weekend’s opening matches, but he views the injury as short-term.
|NO.||NAME||HOMETOWN / HIGH SCHOOL|
|1||Nicklin Hames||Maryville, Tenn. / Webb School|
|2||Kenzie Knuckles||Yorktown, Ind. / Yorktown|
|3||Kayla Caffey||Chicago, Ill. / Mother McAuley HS / Missouri|
|4||Anni Evans||Waverly, Neb. / Waverly|
Nicklin and her sister, Kayleigh, are each playing in the tournament. Hames is in her third season as the Huskers’ starting setter, while Kayleigh is a sophomore defensive specialist for Pepperdine.
In a normal year, Jason and Christine would have to decide which daughter to go watch in the NCAA Tournament. However, the entire postseason in Omaha, the parents get to cheer both Nicklin and Kayleigh Hames from the stands.
“It’s tremendous. It saved us a trip from being in two different cities at one time, having to choose who was going to go watch one or the other. We love Omaha, it’s a great place, it’s setup beautifully for these kind of events and we’re having a great time,” said Jason Hames.