Class of 2024
Team Alberta North
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Discipline for Recruitment: Indoor volleyball
Spike Touch: 9’11”
Block Touch: 9’7.5
Standing Reach: 7’10″
Other Physical Testing:
- Attack velocity – 71km/hr
- Serve velocity – 63km/hr
All testing confirmed by Volleyball Alberta Team Alberta Physical testing and/or Volleyball Canada Combine
All Canadian Biosteel games June 3-4
Pandas Volleyball u17 (current season) MB
• 2nd in u17 Volleyball Canada Nationals Division 1 Tier 1
• 1st in u17 Volleyball Alberta Division 1 Provincials
• 1st in u17 Best of the West Dinos tournament 2023
• 5th in Volleyball Alberta u17-18 Premier 3 Division 1
• 5th in Volleyball Alberta u17/18 Premier 2 Division 1
• 3rd in Volleyball Alberta u17/18 Premier 1 north
• 3rd place in Canuck Volleyball tournament January 2023
U17 Team Alberta ID camp March 2023
U17 Team Alberta Physical testing February 2023
NEP identification camp January 2023
Talent Camp (YYC) December 2022
Pandas Volleyball Team Alberta prep camp June 2022
Invited to play with the u17 Pandas (2021-2022 season) during the u17/u18 Volleyball Alberta premier 3 as a MB
Pandas Volleyball u16. 2021-2022 season (MB)
• 2nd Volleyball Alberta premier 1
• 3rd in Volleyball Alberta premier 2
• 2nd in Volleyball Alberta provincials
Volleyball Canada Combine (2022)
Pandas position camp (November 2022, August 2021 and August 2019)
July 2021 invite ASPIRE u15 women's advantage camp (Formerly known as Lorne's lab/ invite)
Nooks volleyball u16, 2021, played up (MB)
Nooks volleyball u15, 2020 ,played up (MB)
Fog volleyball u14, 2019, played up (OH/MB/S)
Fog volleyball u13, 2018, played up
Team Alberta U16 North (blue) 2022
• Tier 3, 3rd place in the Canada Cup
Harry Ainlay senior women volleyball, 2021-current (middle blocker)
Second place in Scona Classic tournament (2022)
3rd place in KSS Best of the West Kelowna tournament (2022)
Second place in Metro athletics volleyball division 1 (2021)
Third place in Scona classic tournament (2021)
Grade 8 Honor Roll (2019/2020)
Grade 9 Honor Roll (2020/2021)
(average above 80%)
Grade 10 Honor Roll with distinction (average above 90%) (2021/2022)
U17 Volleyball Canada All-star (2023)
Harry Ainlay highschool October Athlete of the month (2021)
Louis St. Laurent junior high October Athlete of the month (2019)
St. Francis Xavier junior high tournament All star award (2019)
2nd in shot put during Junior high Track and Field city championship (2019)
Volunteered during the Harry Ainlay Tri Prov senior/junior basketball tournament as a host and alongside our school Physiotherapist.
I have volunteered at the YMCA. I assisted sports programs during summer.
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 am a dedicated team player as I know the importance of team work. I have a lot of respect for my team mates and coaches, this is demonstrated by me arriving to games/practices and meetings early, listening and valuing what others have to say. Over the months/years I had made it my goal to get to know my other team mates better. Knowing the likes and dislikes of my team mates has given me the opportunity to know how to support them when they are struggling and has given them the opportunity to know that they can lean on me for support. I have gained a lot of skills, experience and knowledge over the years that I have been playing volleyball and I have been able to shares these and learn more from being on my team.
When I go on the court I go on with a positive attitude and this increases my ability to think clearly and work better with my teammates.
In volleyball communication is very important as it helps improve performance. I use my communication skills both on and off the court. After each game/practice despite the outcome I am able to reflect with my team mates and coaches by discussing what we did well and how to improve on things. As part of a team I like to receive feedback to avoid mistakes in the future.
Athletic highlights and how you felt when you received them:
In school I have always played on the senior team both in junior high and senior high. Getting the athlete of the month awards both in Grade 8 (2019) and 10 (2021) came to me as a surprise especially in Grade 10. Again in 2019, while I was in Grade 8 I placed 2nd in the city championship for shot put.
With the above accomplishments I felt proud that my hard work had paid off and I wanted to work harder in the sport that I love.
What are your interests outside of sports? Why do you like them?
Outside sports I spend time with my friends and family. I have 2 older brothers who I am very close to. As a family we get to do a lot of things together like travelling and attending social events. With my friends we spend time together watching movies and hanging out in each others house where we spend time cooking and baking. When I am not spending time with friends and family I like going to the gym to work out. I like going to the gym to keep me fit. I like being around my friends and family as my relationship with them helps in the development of social skills.
Who are your role models and why?
My mom is my role model. My mom is very hard working and dedicated. My mom inspires and motivates me and she is my biggest supporter.
Involvement in other sports or extracurricular. Why is it important for you?
In Junior High I did shotput
In my spare time I play basketball for fun with my brothers and I also go to the gym to work out. Taking part in these activities not only keeps me fit but also enhances my mental wellbeing.
Academic highlights and how you felt when you received them?
Since Grade 8 I have been on the Honor Roll.
Grade 10 Honors, average above 90%.
Grade 9 Honors, average above 80%.
Grade 8 Honors.
I am very proud that despite my commitment to volleyball I am still able to maintain good grades.
What program would you like to attend in school?
I am still deciding but I have interest in:
Health and exercise
How do you envision your school life in college/university?
I envision my school life in College/university with me being a dedicated and hard working student athlete. I envision school life to be busy with volleyball and academics and I am really looking forward to it and also making new friends.
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