My name is Caytlin Capulong. I am in the class of 2021 and play libero/ds for my main position. For my most recent club team, Club Solano, I played libero. For my high school team, American Canyon High School, I played libero for my first season on JV my freshman year and outside for my first year on Varsity my sophomore year. A fun fact about me is that I have played every single position despite my small stature, either as a starter or to fill in for a missing teammate (if you don't believe me you could ask me about it for proof). I plan to take on a major in the medical field, but I have not quite figured out what I would want to specifically do. I have kept the idea of becoming a nurse in mind due to the abundance of nurses in my family. On the court, I plan to be an impactful player and lead by example.
Some things about me that stand out are my ability to adapt as needed, work well with anyone, my observation skills, and my want to build up the team. On and off the court I strive to bring help to anyone. Growing up I worked on anything and everything I could, which included skills for positions I didn't play. I like to describe myself as an all-around player because I am willing to play any position where my team needs me most. Being able to play other positions as well as my main position helps give me an idea of what other positions go through. With the knowledge I have I use it to help lighten the load, especially defense, for other players. Whatever team I am put on, I do my best to try and conform to what the team needs from me. I have been in the place of team captain or co-captain several times and it has helped me look for the small details in each player for both my team and the opposing team. This helps me lead the team in defense or assist the offense to find better placement in their hits. Finally, I am not a very picky person. I will play with whoever and will not complain about my team. I realize that everyone has their own struggles and style of play, so I use that to get to know each player better to help build them up.