All set: TCU volleyball player finds her home in Fort Worth
When Lamprini Konstantinidou checked her phone in December 2014, she had a text message from her volleyball coach, Jill Kramer, saying they needed to talk.
“When she says that, you’re usually in trouble,” said Konstantinidou, who played setter for West Virginia at the time.
As a first-year player, Konstantinidou played in 29 of the Mountaineers’ 30 matches. She led the team with 971 assists.
Now after her first season, she found out that she is not in trouble, but rather that Kramer was leaving West Virginia.
Kramer, for whom Konstantinidou had left her home of Greece to play volleyball, was leaving for TCU.
However, before the meeting ended, Kramer told her she was welcome to follow her to Fort Worth.