SHAWNEE – Oklahoma Baptist volleyball added Jenna Gremmel and Destiny Temple on National Signing Day.

Gremmel is a senior at Wahlert Catholic High School, where she captured two State Championships under the coaching of Lindsey Beaves. The 6-0 setter from Dubuque, Iowa, is a two-time First Team Tri-State Area player, she was twice named Second Team All-State and she earned State All-Tournament Team honors in 2016 and 2017. She is also a member of the National Honor Society.

"I loved the community at OBU, and I wanted a team and coach that are dedicated to hard work. I thought that OBU was a great fit for my education and athletic desires," said Gremmel.

Jenna is the daughter of John and Julie Gremmel.

Temple is a senior at Mountain Pointe High School in Phoenix, Arizona. The 5-9 outside hitter won a first-round matchup at State while competing for Coach Karen Grey.

She was also recruited by Alaska-Anchorage, Providence College, and Alcorn State.

"I love what I saw when I came to OBU. The community was something that reminded me of home, so it would make my transition from home to OBU easier. Coach [Anna] Howle really drew me in with her love for the game and her girls," said Temple. "OBU will allow me to continue to be a strong role model for my two younger brothers. Oklahoma Baptist University turned out to be everything I was looking for and more!"

Temple has volunteered with Feed My Starving Children, Saint Mary's Food Bank, The Salvation Army and she helped make care packages for the homeless. Destiny is the daughter of Frank and Mecca Temple and she attends The Phoenix Salvation Army Kroc Center.