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Outside Hitter / Right Side Hitter
Discipline for Recruitment: Women’s Indoor Volleyball
Height: 5′ 10″
Spike Touch: 8′ 11″
Block Touch: 8′ 3″
Standing Reach: 7′ 6″
Wingspan: 5′ 8 3/4″
Dec 8 @ Ancaster High School Invitational
High School Regular Season
Dec 6 @ Orchard Park SS
Dec 13 @ Ancaster HS
Dec 20 @ Sherwood SS
Jan 10 @ Ancaster HS
Jan 17 @ Saltfleet DHS
16U OVA Tournaments
Dec 10 – Hillfield Strathallan College, Hamilton
Apr 5/7 – Provincials, RIM Park, Waterloo
May 24-26 – Nationals, Edmonton EXPO Centre, Edmonton, AB
17U OVA Tournaments
January 13/14 – JVA Rock’n Rumble – Huntington Convention Center, Cleveland, OH
February 17/18 – Presidents’ Day Challenge, Huntington Place, Detroit, MI
Development & Training
July 2024 University of Central Florida
2-day Positional Attacking Camp
2-day College Prep Camp
2023/2024 - Defensa Volleyball Club 16 UG - A-Line Pin Hitter
2022/2023 - Ancaster Lions Wild 15 UG - Outside Hitter, Middle - Ranked 62nd
High-Performance Training & Development
University of Central Florida - Elite All Skills 3-day Camp
7 on-court sessions focused on individual skills, group skills & gameplay
4 off-court sessions taught me the importance of communication, selflessness, and how to be a compassionate teammate. We reviewed footage of 2022-2023 UCF Women’s Team, I learned how to read and position myself for certain situations
Munciana Volleyball - 2-Day Private Club Clinic
Sports Performance Volleyball - 1-Day Private Club Clinic
Athlete Wellness Academy - Arm Swing Evolution 1-day Camp - Coach John Moates
* All Skills 5-day Camp
* Individual Skills Camps 10+ days
* Armswing/Attach 3-day Camp
* Tryout Prep 5-day Camp
*High-Performance OVA Athlete 8-day Camp
Ancaster High School
2023/2024 - Sr Girls Volleyball
November 2023 - St. Jean de Brébeuf Sr Girls Indoor Tournament - Placed 3rd
2022/2023 - Jr Girls Volleyball - A Line Outside Hitter - Tier 1 - 4th Place
May 2023 - Jr Co-ed Beach Volleyball Tournament - 2nd Place
May 2023 - Jr Co-ed Indoor Volleyball Tournament - A Team - 5th Place
December 2022 - Jr Girls Volleyball Tournament - 2nd Place, Team MVP
Ancaster Meadow Elementary School
2021/2022 Sr Girls Volleyball Team - Undefeated Division Winner (no championship due to COIVD)
Ancaster High School
2023/2024 - 92.6% Mid-term average - 3.7 GPA Core Subjects
2022/2023 - 86.75% overall average - Promoted with Honours - 3.42 GPA Core Subjects
Ancaster Meadow Elementary School
Class of 2022 - Graduated with Honours
December 2023 17U Challenge Cup - Bronze Medal
November 2023 17U Provincial Cup - Bronze Medal
November 2022 15U Provincial Cup - Silver Medal
2023 Coach Letter of Recommendation
Summer of 2022 - Completed OSSD Community Service Requirement
Summer of 2022 - current
* Mother's Helper/Big Sister - provide a helping hand around the home with chores and tending to 3 children, 2 of which are on the Autism spectrum
2015 - 2023
* Weekly Community News & Flyer delivery
Five words you can use to describe yourself as a high performance athlete.
Five words you can use to describe yourself off your field of play.
Describe how you work in a team.
I work within a team by being positive and trusting. I feel this builds the team’s relationship and strength.
Athletic highlights and how you felt when you received them:
What are your interests outside of sports? Why do you like them?
Outside of playing volleyball I enjoy spending time with family & friends, working out and walking my dog. I like to relax while making bracelets and watching movies. I like food prep, from my school lunch to baking cookies to making dinner for my family.
Sharing time with family & friends is important to me as I care about them dearly. I like to make the most out of life and create memories whenever possible, I don’t waste any opportunities for some fun. Physical activity such as a pushing workout or a walk with my dog always feels great. I enjoy listening to music like Taylor Swift or Morgan Wallen when physical as I can almost escape reality and enter my own world. Finally, bracelet making and food preparation are such calm, and relaxing things to do. Putting on my favourite movie, Disney’s Rapunzel, always gets me zoned into the task I am doing.
Who are your role models and why?
I have several role models in my life such as my past coach(es), parents, grandparents, and some pro-volleyball players. However, Yuji Nishida has always stood out to me. He is one of the youngest male players on Japan’s Men Volleyball Roster (2018). Nishida has received several awards such as the best opposite hitter (2019 FIVB, 2019-20 V.Leauge), and the best server (2018-19, 2019-20, & 2020-21 V.Leauge). To add, he has a vertical estimated of about 41.3″ (105cm), and Nishida broke a record of 833 personal points scored in Japan’s Men’s Volleyball history! Nishida is determined and achieved all possible goals he could’ve asked for. I can’t imagine the dedication and passion he has for the sport of volleyball. I look up to him and hope to be able to achieve some of my personal goals in my volleyball career.
Involvement in other sports or extracurricular. Why is it important for you?
Although volleyball will forever be my main sport, I do enjoy participating in other sports as I believe there are positives in being a multi-sport athlete. Tennis and badminton are two of many sports I like to play with my family whenever we are all free. It benefits me with volleyball as it takes precision in hand & eye coordination. It also increases the speed of my reflexes and agility which are all around great as a volleyball player. In addition, I babysit a set of three kids two of which are on the autism spectrum, and we enjoy swimming whenever we are together in the summer. Not only is swimming amazing fun, it can strengthen my muscles. Finally, I have a membership to Goodlife and complete hard workouts whenever possible. These are all important as they can increase my playing ability regarding volleyball.
Academic highlights and how you felt when you received them?
What program would you like to attend in school?
With only being at the start of high school, I have chosen courses that allow for a broad career path however, I have had an interest in kinesiology and fitness. Both of these programs would benefit me in the long run with my volleyball career. Kinesiology is all about the human body and how it works. This benefits me when playing volleyball to help be proactive against injury and support recovery from game play.
How do you envision your school life in college/university?
My college/university school life fun and exciting. As a student-athlete, I will have my two main focuses on academics and volleyball. Then, I will support my school’s other athletic teams and any events within the school. I plan to have close relationships with select classmates and teammates as we will be together for several years. I also want to be comfortable with my coaches and professors as I believe it’s important to have a good connection with those who support/help you in many ways. Every once and awhile I will visit my family and friends outside of school to tell them about my experiences and catch up with things I may have missed. I am so excited for the opportunities ahead of me, and I cannot wait for the thrilling post-secondary life to come.