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Discipline for Recruitment: Women’s Indoor volleyball
Spike Touch: 9’4″
Block Touch: 9’0
Standing Reach: 7’5″
(All testing verified by T12 Testing)
2022-2023 Durham Attack 17U Blaze, Middle
-2023 Nationals 17U D1T5, Gold
-2023 OVA 17U Select C Bugarski Cup, Silver
-2022 OVA 17U Select Provincial Cup, Gold
-2022 OVA 18U Championship Provincial Cup, Bronze
-2022 OVA 17U Premier Provincial Cup, 7th Place
-2022 Mountain Volleyball Club Invitational, Gold
2021-2022 Durham Attack 16U Blitz, Middle
-2022 OVA Provincials, D1T2, Silver
-2022 OVA Championship Provincial Cup, Gold
2020-2019 Durham Attack 15U Blitz
2019- 2020 Durham Attack 14U Spirit
2018-2019 Durham Attack 13U Spirit
2017-2018 Durham Attack HL Player
2022: Volleyball Positional Camp (Ottawa)- Middle
2021-2022: Madawaska Volleyball Camp
2021: Team Ontario Academy
2019- current: Court-Time development clinics
All Saints CSS Varsity Volleyball Team, 2021
All Saints Catholic Secondary School, Whitby, Ontario
Arts and Media Program- visual arts stream
Graduating Class of 2024
86% average, 3.67 GPA
Grade 11 Honour Roll
Grade 10 Honour Roll
Grade 9 Honour Roll
Social Sciences Academic Award
Post-secondary program of interest: undecided
2022: Madawaska Volleyball Camp Breakout Player Award
2022: Volleyball Positional Camp Player Award
Summer 2023: Court Time, learn to play volleyball coach.
Summer 2023: Volleyball Positional Camp, mentor player.
Summer 2023: Madawaska Volleyball Camp, Counsellor in Training.
2022-2023: Durham Attack Volleyball Club House League Coach (girls ages 11-14), teach volleyball fundamentals in a fun atmosphere.
July 2023-present: Lifeguard at Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre
2022: Lifeguard at Camp Lau-Ren, Deep River, Ontario
2022: Certified Lifeguard and Swim Instructor
2021-2019: Volunteer Student Leader Camp Engies.
Camp that promotes all fields of engineering to girls.
2017-current: Pickering Museum Village volunteer.
Lead children's crafts, tours, seasonal decorating, props management and help all theatre productions. Over 200 volunteer hours.
Summer 2023: Team 12 Beach Program
Winter-Spring 2021/22: OVA Beach Volleyball Drop In Training Program, Downsview Park
Summer 2021: Team 12 Beach Program
Summer 2020: Team 12 Beach Program
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 supportive of each one of my teammates and work hard to reach our shared goals. Whether it be training, practice or games, I work hard to always be present for volleyball. I bring calm and focus to the court. Off the court I try to check in with my teammates, and cheer for them, no matter what we’re doing. On my own, I try to take care of myself with sleep, nutrition and strength training, so I can be a strong contributor to my team. I celebrate everyone’s wins as my own.
Athletic highlights and how you felt when you received them:
It took me 5 years from house league, to the C team, to the B team and to finally make the A team of my volleyball club. Every year I didn’t make it, it gave me fierce motivation to continue improving. I participated in every club clinic, extra volleyball training, beach volleyball, strength training and summer camps. To be invited to join the A team was extremely exciting and validated all of my hard work. I learned to be patient and to trust myself and my plans.
What are your interests outside of sports? Why do you like them?
I am a student of the Regional Arts and Media Program- visual arts stream of my high school. I auditioned to be in this program with paintings, sculptures and installations.
I have over 200 volunteer hours at the Pickering Museum Village. Here I help with children’s programming, public tours and events. I am also a certified swim instructor and lifeguard. During the summer I work as a lifeguard at an overnight camp for kids ages 9-15. I became certified because the courses came naturally to me and it is fun to work in a tight knit community such as the Lifesaving Society.
Who are your role models and why?
One of my role models is my grandmother who defected from Czechoslovakia in 1970 to Canada. She escaped with only one suitcase and moved to Canada. She is an extremely hard worker, always positive and never gives up.
Involvement in other sports or extracurricular. Why is it important for you?
Before volleyball, I participated in a variety of sports: ballet, basketball, cross-country running, figure skating, soccer, track and field and swimming. All of these sports allowed me to learn in different environments. Each sport, whether individual or team, presented me with different challenges. I learned new skills, new ways to communicate, different team dynamics and used different muscle groups. Being athletic allows me to be dynamic, helps me stay healthy and be mentally balanced.
Academic highlights and how you felt when you received them?
I have been on the Honor Roll for Grade 9 and Grade 10. Maintaining an over eighty average takes a lot of work. I spend a lot of time training for volleyball and the remainder of my time is dedicated to my schoolwork. While difficult, seeing my name up on the board at school with other Honor Roll classmates is gratifying.
What program would you like to attend in school?
I am currently undecided.
How do you envision your school life in college/university?
I am excited for the adventure of participating in a vibrant student community. I love the idea of living on campus, being independent, contributing to a team and making a commitment to my studies. I take playing seriously, so I would like to play with other like-minded athletes who are competitive and on a team that wants to work hard. I want to be at a school that believes in developing me as a player and as a person.