Six Pack Indoor Volleyball
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Discipline for Recruitment: Women’s Indoor Volleyball
Spike Touch: 9’3″
Block Touch: 8’9″
Standing Reach: 7’3″
18U Nationals May 18th-20th (Calgary)
Commonwealth Games Beach tryouts June 3rd/4th (Ontario-Ashbridges bay)
Canuck Stuff Volleyball Club 13U-18U (2016-2023)
Co captain (2022)
Canuck heart and hustle award winner (2022)
Division 1 tier two silver medal at Nationals (2022)
2 Provincial Champion Titles (2019/2022)
3rd place at 14U Nationals (2018)
2021 Team Alberta Provincial Team
15/16U indoor team
Training camp and competition against 17U Team Alberta (no Canada Cup due to Covid)
2020 Team Alberta identification
Cancelled due to Covid
William Aberhart Senior Girls Volleyball
2021-2022 (2020 season suspended due to Covid)
4A Senior Girls City Champions 2022
4A Provincial Championships 4th place 2022
4A Senior Girls Champions 2021
4A Provincial Championships 3rd place 2021
William Aberhart High School Calgary
Class of 2024
Honour roll (2021-2023)
Interested in kinesiology or nursing for post secondary
2023 18U Provincials 3rd place
2023 Battle of the borders (Kamloops) 1st place
2023 AVA #3 4th place
2023 AVA #2 3rd place
2023 Phoenix Festival Fiesta Classic 2nd Place
2023 18U AVA#1 3rd place
2022 18U O'Gorman indoor tournament 1st place
2022 4A senior girls provincials 4th place
2022 4A senior girls city champions
2022 Canuck Heart and Hustle Award winner
2022 Nationals div 1/ tier 2 silver
2022 17U Provincial Champions
2022 17U/18U AVA #2 2nd place
2022 17U/18U AVA#1 4th place
2021 4A Senior girls provincials 4th place
2021 4A Senior girls city champions
2021 Alberta 16U Beach Provincials 2nd place
2021 Beach AVA #2 1st
2021 Beach AVA #1 3rd
2021 NBVL Beach tournament 16U-18U 2nd Place
2020 15U AVA #1 1st place
2019 Alberta 14U Beach Provincials 4th place
2019 Canuck Heart and Hustle Award Winner
2019 Indoor Nationals div 1 tier 1 bronze
2019 14U indoor Provincial champion
2019 AVA #2 1st Place
2019 AVA #1 1st Place
Co Captain Canuck Volleyball 2021-2022 season)
Assistant Coach with Dome Defenders 2021-2022
NBVL emerging talent draft selection
Projecto Praia Beach Volleyball (Beach volleyball training run by Isabella Lima and Camille Saxton to prepare us for our trip to Brazil where we will train for two weeks and return to Canada to compete for the rest of the summer).
O'gorman Beach Volleyball Training (Summer training with Grant O'gorman-Team Canada Beach Volleyball experience)
Beach training with Camille Saxton
Kokoro Beach Volleyball
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.
From the moment I first played volleyball I have always loved the team aspect of the game. Whether that is with my partner on the beach or a group of girls on the court I have always worked well and built strong relationships. I believe building these relationships is a vital part of the game as each person is hugely important to the team and we must work together to succeed. As we continue to work together and get to know each other, we build trust and become more comfortable. I believe this is super important as it makes it easier to understand your teammates and communicate with them on and off the court. When I have a strong bond with another teammate, discussing game plans, strategies and sharing feedback becomes much more open and honest. I love receiving feedback and tips on how to improve my game and help those around me whether it be from a coach or teammate so I can enhance my level of play. I do my best to always stay positive and honest and take on a leadership role so that others do not feel alone in difficult situations. We are a part of a collective team and so being a leader allows me to assist and support others when they are feeling down. I believe positivity is contagious and so I always try to look for the good even in these difficult situations. Volleyball is a very mental sport but it becomes much easier to play the game when you are free and being yourself so I encourage others to do the same by celebrating my teammates and their accomplishments. Another aspect I believe is super important is being motivated and determined. I believe that when one player gives their everything to the game and shows nothing but passion and drive it inspires everyone else to do the same. I always try my hardest and give my all in practices and games to hold myself and those around me to high standards so we can improve as players and teammates every single day.
Athletic highlights and how you felt when you received them:
2023 18U Provincials-3rd
2022 17U Nationals div 1 tier 1-2nd
2022 17U Provincials-1st
2022 4A Senior Girls Championships-1st
2021 Team Alberta 15U/16U
2021 4A Senior Girls Provincials-3rd
2021 4A Senior Girls Championships-1st
2021 Beach Provincials-2nd
2020 Team Alberta invite
2019 14U Nationals-3rd
2019 14U Provincials-1st
After achieving each of these accomplishments I felt very proud and grateful for the hard work myself and my teammates/partners have put in every step of the way. I also felt very appreciative of the amazing coaching, family support and wonderful partners/teammates by my side.
What are your interests outside of sports? Why do you like them?
Who are your role models and why?
Involvement in other sports or extracurricular. Why is it important for you?
From a very young age always loved and wanted to do everything involving sports. I played community soccer from a very young age and grew into a division one player by the time I was 10. During this time I also played ringette at a very high level. I love learning new things and meeting new people so I always participated in school sports like track and badminton as well. All of these sports that I have played have developed me into a better overall athlete and allowed me to further understand the importance of team work and determination. When I was 14 I was introduced to high performance training at a place called “Zeal” and I instantly loved it. The endurance/speed training and weightlifting allowed me to be active and improve my game in every sport I played. It also showed me what drive and a growth mindset can do for a person/athlete. All of these sports or activities are very important to me because they taught me so many valuable lessons I would not have learned if I only played volleyball. They have built me into a well rounded person and pushed me towards people I would have otherwise not met or built relationships with.
Academic highlights and how you felt when you received them?
In each of my years of high school I have maintained an average of over 80% and consistently made Honour Roll. During these years I have learned how important school and learning really is as it teaches you how to work hard and hold yourself accountable. After making honour roll I felt amazing because it gave me a sense of accomplishment and showed me that hard work and discipline do pay off. It motivated me to continue pushing myself to the limits and improving who I am am as a student-athlete and overall person.
What program would you like to attend in school?
I am open to a variety of programs and courses. I excel in math, biology, and chemistry and have always had an interest in anatomy and medicine so I believe I would be well suited for kinesiology or nursing.
How do you envision your school life in college/university?
I envision my college/university life to be filled with new friends and experiences that I will remember forever. Playing volleyball will allow me to easily meet new people and create bonds that will last a lifetime as well as make memories with teammates on and off of the court. I am already a rather independent person but I am excited to take on even more independence and responsibility during my time at school. It is very important to me that I find a place where I can be a student-athlete and strive at each of these aspects. I am very excited to work hard in the program I choose and in the sport I love well integrating myself into the culture of the college/university I attend.