That is something to feel good about; but nothing to stress about! I have written a number of articles in my book, Inside College Volleyball, about how early the NCAA Division I recruiting evaluation and contact recruiting process has now become.
Your VolleyFamily recruiting mantra right now, until your daughter is starting her sophomore year is.....Fire and Forget. Fire back any and all questionnaires (notice I said ALL because the future is always unclear), then Forget about it. In today's crazy college volleyball recruiting world, there are going to be so many unforeseen changes in the collegiate landscape that to focus upon it at your PSA's age is illogical.
Send back the Questionnaire after she has started her freshman year, and that is it. Don't do an email; she is too young and the simple fact she send back the Q is simple proof of interest. I get a rash thinking about colleges writing 8th graders.........
Let your daughter dream and play. If she has the talent to play at her dream schools, they will find her because she is a Cali kid. All colleges look at all divisions; just look at the schools you referenced already, they found her.
But, do not let the recruiting ball pick up momentum. Work hard to just let her be a freshman in high school because that is tough enough.
Freshman Free, Sophomore Slow. It is your responsibility to keep the Freshman Free, and to go Sophomore Slow, not your PSA's.
Enjoy the parental pride of your 8th grader being contacted by nationally elite academic and athletic universities, put please take the parental responsibility to allow her to be a freshman in high school.