Mia Jolicoeur

Middle Blocker / Right Side

Class of 2025

NCAA # xxx-xxx-1994

USPORTS # xxx-xxx-6FC

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Mia Jolicoeur

Middle Blocker /Right Side


Discipline for Recruitment: Women’s Indoor Volleyball

Height: 6′ 0

Spike Touch: 9′ 6”

Block Touch: 9′ 0

Standing Reach: 7′ 6”

Wingspan: 5′ 10”

Vertical: 19″

Other Physical Testing:

RSI – 0.2 m/s
Jump float serve velocity – 58 km/h
Attack velocity – 69 km/h
Pro agility (left) – 4.20 seconds
Pro agility (right) – 4.00 seconds

Upcoming Schedule

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Athletic Accomplishments

  • 2023-2024
    Mavericks Volleyball Club
    U17 Goldrush

    Mavericks Volleyball Club
    U16 Blackjacks
    (black and red - white and red)
    5th place at 2022-23 provincials D1 T3
    1st place at 2022-23 nationals T5
    Middle Blocker/Opposite

    Mavericks Volleyball Club
    U15 Ambush
    (black and red)
    5th place at 2021-22 provincials D2 T1
    Middle Blocker and Right Side

  • 2023-2024
    École Secondaire Catholique Franco-Cité
    Senior volleyball team
    OFSAA AAA participant (10th)

    École Secondaire Catholique Franco-Cité
    Junior Volleyball Team
    Middle Blocker
    Team captain
    City championship gold medalists

    École Secondaire Catholique Franco-Cité
    Junior Volleyball Team
    Middle Blocker
    Team captain
    City championship silver medalists

  • École Secondaire Catholique Franco-Cité
    Ottawa, Ontario
    Class of 2025
    Program of Interest - Health Sciences/Medicine/Kinesiology

    86% average
    Honour Roll
    Health focus

    92% average
    Honour Roll

    90% average
    Honour Roll
    Programme enrichi en sciences
    Programme enrichi en Français

  • 2023-24
    5th place D1T2 Nationals
    4th place D1T1 Provincials
    2nd place at 18U Challenge Cup - Championship
    5th place at 17U Provincial Cup - Select
    2nd place at 17U Fall Classic - championship
    1st place at 18U Provincial Cup - Trillium

    T5 Nationals 1st place
    D1 T3 Provincials 5th place
    1st place city championship junior girls volleyball (school)
    OVA Bugarski cup, 5th place in Select
    Capitol Hill Classic
    Capitol Hill Classic Showcase
    OVA McGregor cup, 5th place in Select
    OVA Challenge cup gold medalists in Championship
    OVA Ottawa (EY) bronze medalists in Championship
    Sherbrooke bronze medalists

    Team Leadership Council
    OVA Niagara Falls silver medalists
    D2 T1 Provincials 5th place

  • Safe wings - bird rescuer
    Ronald McDonald House - home improvement
    Maverick Volleyball Club - scorekeeping
    OVA - 17U tournament scorekeeper
    Volleyball Canada - 14U nationals supervisor
    Volleyball Nations League - Field of play volunteer (2022 and 2023)

Athlete Bio

Five words you can use to describe yourself as a high performance athlete.
  • Competitive
  • Engaged
  • Leader
  • Positive
  • Energetic
Five words you can use to describe yourself off your field of play.
  • Caring
  • Responsible
  • Independent
  • Focused
  • Funny
Describe how you work in a team.

In a team, I am the athlete that is always energetic and keeps everyone’s spirits up even if we are down by a lot of points. I am also super positive and encouraging. I love supporting my team even if I’m not actively on the court, because I strongly believe that every part plays a part.

Athletic highlights and how you felt when you received them:

I was offered a spot at a very intense training camp that was offer only (no tryout). It was a camp for some of the top athletes in the province, and I was invited to one of their camps for a week. I was extremely happy when I received that email because I have always been the underdog, and I was finally recognized and given a chance to show who I am and improve significantly.

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

Outside of sports, I like to read, travel, and spend time outdoors. I have been to many countries in Asia, Europe, and the Caribbean. When I travel, I always bring a book with me, and I also look for the most activities outside as I possibly can. I love to meet new people in new countries and learn about the cultures, as well as try new foods.

Who are your role models and why?

One of my role models is Vicky Savard. She is a player for the Canadian national volleyball team at 29 years old. She joined the team at a late age, but did not quit and kept working hard to make her dream come true. I find her inspiring to keep working hard for your goals and to never give up until its actually over. My other role model is a player from the university of Ottawa, Portia Cooper. She was an underdog at my age and she also joined late just like I did, she joined at 15U and put in a lot of work. She tried out for the provincial team but did not make it her first year and continued to work hard to make it her second year. My coach last year was also her coach, and he had told me that I was the next Portia Cooper, I have the skill, the ambition, the drive, and the ability to succeed because I put in the work even if I started late and was not given everything from the get go. I was not accepted to the provincial team last year, but I am trying again this year. I love her because she proved to me that not everyone’s journey is going to be easy or simple. I am not going to have everything fall into place without a tremendous amount of effort and I have to be willing to put in that effort just like she did.

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

I find that being a multi-sport athlete is super important in developing skills in your main sport. For example, I like to play table tennis, badminton, and tennis to help with hand-eye coordination, quick reflexes, and ball/birdie placement. It is also important to me because I find that if I play too much of one sport or only one sport, I will get bored with it and fall out of love with the sport. I also like to paddle board and rock climb to help with my stability and upper body strength.

Academic highlights and how you felt when you received them?

I was accepted into the enriched program for science and French last year, and I was so happy to have that opportunity and be able to excel at what I love most. I also received Honour Roll, and I am extremely grateful to have these opportunities to learn and succeed and then be able to see my hard work that has paid off.

What program would you like to attend in school?

In University, I would like to attend a health-sciences/medical program. I would love to become a surgeon.

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

I envision my life in college/university as a life where I work hard in school and volleyball. I would also have a great group of friends with me throughout the journey of university.

Mia has made significant progress over the course of the training as she continues to work on her skills. She has a high contact point which gives her the opportunity to hit sharper angles. Moves very well along the net and is developing to be a very good blocker as well. Mia is very coachable, respectful and her drive to be the best in her position is a huge contributor to her skills development so far.

Mia is looking at playing at the next level and at the rate at which she is improving, I have no doubt she will be an asset to any university she decides to play for.

Samuel Ojie

Former professional volleyball player & NCAA Div 1 coach, Owner, Master Volleyball Training

Athlete Video

Mia was a multi-sport athlete who started her Club volleyball career last season and ever since, her physicality, athleticism, work ethic and leadership have earned her a position as one of the top middle blockers in our program of 45 athletes.  Although Mia competes for her team in the middle position, in training she serves, passes, and defends to a high level of success with all the other athletes.

Due to her physicality and athleticism, Mia has trained as a setter and as an outside hitter (both left and right side). Her overall technical improvement has been steady and steep, to the point where I believe her best years are ahead of her. Her dedication and focus to self-improvement will reap rewards for her down the road and she will be an invaluable member of your program.

John Nguyen

General Manager, High Performance Red Training Centre, Maverick Volleyball Club

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