Luna Moncada

Outside Hitter / Middle Blocker

Class of 2025

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Luna Moncada

Outside Hitter / Middle Blocker

Stats

Discipline for Recruitment: Women’s Indoor Volleyball

Height: 5′ 10″

Spike Touch: 9′ 2″

Block Touch: 8′ 6″

Standing Reach: 7′ 2″

Wingspan: 67.5″

Vertical: 22″

Upcoming Schedule

• Dec 17- 18U challenge cup
Location: 421 Grove St E, Barrie, ON.

• Jan 13/14- JVA Rock N’ Rumble
Location: 300 Lakeside Ave E Cleveland, OH.

• Jan 20- 18U McGregor cup
Location: TBD

• Feb 4- 17U McGregor cup
Location: TBD

• Mar 3- 17U Bugarski cup
Location: TBD

• Mar 23/24 – 18U Bugarski cup
Location: TBD

• Apr 14/15/16- 17U provincials
Location: TBD

Athletic Accomplishments

  • 2023/2024 17U Pakmen Black

    2022/2023 16U Pakmen Black
    • 16U Invitational Tournament - Gold
    • 17U McGregor cup (Trillium) - Gold
    • 16U McGregor cup (Championship) - Silver
    • 17U (championship) - Silver
    • 16U Provincial Championships D1T3 - Silver

    2021/2022 Pakmen Black 15U
    • 15U Challenge cup (championship) - Gold

    2020/2021 Pakmen Black 14U
    No Season

    2019/2020 Peel Selects green 13U

  • • Figure Skating (bronze level)

  • • Jr & Sr Volleyball

  • Cardinal Leger Catholic Secondary, Brampton, Ontario

    GPA: 3.7
    Honour Roll (Grade 10) (2023)
    Honour Roll (Grade 9) (2022)
    Extended French Award (2021)
    Science Award (2021)
    History Award (2021)
    High Academic achievements Award (2021)

  • • Pakmen Black 16U Coach's Award (2023)
    • Cardinal Leger volleyball MVP (2021)
    • Ontario Volleyball Association Award of Excellence (2020)

  • • Captain for senior girls Volleyball (2023)
    • Co-captain for Pakmen Black 17U (2023)
    • Assistant coach/manager for senior Boys volleyball (2022)
    • Volunteered as referee for elementary school volleyball (2022)
    • Captain for Junior girls Volleyball (2021)

Athlete Bio

Five words you can use to describe yourself as a high performance athlete.
  • Reliable
  • Competitive
  • Persistant
  • Leader
  • Hardworking
Five words you can use to describe yourself off your field of play.
  • Extroverted
  • Honest
  • Empathetic
  • Motivated
  • Responsible
Describe how you work in a team.

Regardless if I am on the court or off the court, I am always trying to maintain the right mindset to keep the team’s energy up to set the mood for our play. As the team captain, I make sure that my teammates know that they have my full support and try to lead them by promoting hard work and consistency. Lastly, I make sure that every move I make and every play I make has a purpose. I make sure that I am able to do my job as a player at 100% accuracy so that my teammates can then follow through and do their jobs on the court as well.

Athletic highlights and how you felt when you received them:
  • Coach’s award Pakmen Black 16U
  • Captaincy Pakmen Black 17U
  • OVA Award of excellence

When receiving these awards I felt acknowledged and proud. I’ve always known since I was a kid that I wanted to be a leader and a role model, someone that others could follow and upon receiving these awards I knew that I was fully capable of pushing my team forwards and that I was willing to take on that responsibility as a captain. I say I felt acknowledged because the work that I put in outside of the court to become a better player on the court was being seen by the coaches and it motivated me to continue working harder to improve myself as a player.

What are your interests outside of sports? Why do you like them?

Outside of sports, I enjoy spending time with my family and indulging in my personal hobbies like drawing, piano or reading. I like them because similar to volleyball my hobbies and quality time with friends and family give me an escape from school and studying, they’re quiet activities that I find peaceful and relaxing.

Who are your role models and why?

My older brother is my role model. I have been able to watch my brother grow into the successful, admired man he is today even after him battling through some very tough obstacles throughout his childhood. Although we may argue, I know that if I can trust anyone it would be my older brother. He has taught me to be consistent, Honest and independent which are qualities in myself that I now value greatly and find that others admire as well. He is intelligent, hardworking and I will always continue to try and reach the level of fulfillment he has reached today.

Involvement in other sports or extracurricular. Why is it important for you?

Figure Skating was a physically demanding sport and drove me to work very hard to gain the physique I needed so that I was able to get the results I wanted from my skills and jumps.

Track and Field is a very disciplined sport. When I played I learned other skills like the importance of breathing that I would later apply to volleyball.

Generally, extracurriculars are important to me because they allow me to practice managing my time between both sports, school and family. They also allow me to continue to express my competitiveness and love for winning and accomplishment regardless of what sport I am playing.

Finally, I think extracurriculars keep me happy, exercising and being able to do well at something you love makes you feel good about yourself and is a feeling that I will continue to look for in everything I do.

Academic highlights and how you felt when you received them?

• Extended French Award
• Science Award

Upon receiving these awards I felt overjoyed and prideful, it was nice knowing that out of the entirety of my grade I was the person who managed to achieve the highest grades in those subjects. I was even happier to know that I received the French award In a specifically extended French program on top of already being bilingual (fluent in English and Spanish), making me one step closer to being trilingual (English, French and Spanish).

What program would you like to attend in school?

Currently, the program I am aiming for is Basic Medical Sciences or Health Sciences. I have always found myself drawn to the medical field and these programs would allow me to learn the basics to the career that grants me the chance to be able to help those in need.

How do you envision your school life in college/university?

I envision my life in university being the most enjoyable and memorable years of my school career yet. I believe that on top of studying something that I enjoy and learning topics I find interesting, the friends and memories I will create in university will make my years there fly by very quickly. I envision myself balancing volleyball and studies and enjoying the ups and downs of a serious education. I see myself enjoying my time with my team and the coaches; continuing to pursue the sport that I love and sharing the same passion that I have for volleyball with those on the team.

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