Six Pack Beach Volleyball
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Discipline for Recruitment: Beach Volleyball
Spike Touch: 10’0
Block Touch: 9’4″
Standing Reach: 7’9.5″
Other Physical Testing:
Pro-agility left: 3.27
Pro-agility right: 3.40
-Osaxman Beach Volleyball Club, Calgary, Alberta
-Selected to be part of the Rio travel team for the 2023 summer with beach club (10 days travel and train with Renato Franca!)
-Team Alberta Beach Volleyball selection 2022
-Team Alberta Indoor Volleyball selection 2022
-Joined the CBVA team in the National Beach Volleyball League for the 2023 summer season as a youth development player
Western Canada High school senior girls indoor volleyball 2023-2024 season (middle) - Provincial champions!
Western Canada High school senior girls indoor volleyball 2022-23 season (outside/libero)
Western Canada High school junior girls volleyball 21-22 season (outside/libero) - heart and hustle award
- Track & Field
- Cross country
Western Canada High school, Calgary, Alberta
Would like to pursue a degree in the environmental/wildlife sciences and research field
Class of 2024
90% average (sophomore year)
GPA: 4.0 (sophomore year)
Honor Roll (Grade 10)
Honor Roll (Grade 9)
-2023 High school provincial champion!
-4th overall at Canadian beach nationals in u17!
-Selected to Team Alberta indoor U16 and beach volleyball summer teams
- Heart and Hustle 2021-2022 school volleyball award
- Heart and Hustle 2020-2021 Canuck club volleyball award
-National Beach Volleyball League volunteer for 2020-2023 seasons
-Helping coach Dome Defenders younger groups, for indoor and beach volleyball u13-u15
-Co-captain Canuck volleyball 2021-2022 season
-Assistant Coach (dome defenders)
Helped coach fundamentals and development for 10-12 year old girls
Dino's Volleyball Club u18 - 2023-24
Canuck Stuff Volleyball Club u12-u17
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.
My role on a team has always been the loudest player, one of the most energetic, but I also try to hold myself and my teammates to a certain standard in practice and in games, trying to help hold everybody to a certain level of focus and determination no matter the day. I’m quite an encouraging player, and try to be close with every girl on the team. I am very intense, and I try to set an example with consistency and determination while being the most energetic player. I always try to be a leader, but by being the most mentally tough, and being strong, I want to be the energy player that the team can count on in intense pressure situations. I always love the girls I play with, and I want them to know they can rely on me for anything they need on or off the court.
Athletic highlights and how you felt when you received them:
When I was selected for the team Alberta programs, I felt proud of myself, because I could see my hard work paying off. After all the extra hours I dedicated, and everything I put into my sport it was like people saw what I could be and where I could go. I never started out as the best player on the team, I was the loudest, and the most energetic, but sometimes I felt like that’s all I would be seen as, I wanted to be one of the best players to, to be consistent on the court so my team could trust me, so I proved something to myself: that my dedication was paying off. When receiving the heart and hustle awards, I felt so proud to be the heart of the team, that I could be that player to my team, and that I could bring that energy and spirit to the court.
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?
Academic highlights and how you felt when you received them?
What program would you like to attend in school?
How do you envision your school life in college/university?