Kamryn Ash ‘19 Recruiting Profile

  • Copperas Cove High School
  • Copperas Cove, TX
  • Women's Volleyball
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Kamryn Ash's Women's Volleyball Recruiting Profile
2017 Heroes Volleyball Club
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  • 2018 Highlights #2

Personal Statement

I am a dynamic volleyball athlete.  I am skilled at all aspects of volleyball.  I am a consistent server, an accurate setter and my hits are getting stronger everyday.  One thing that makes me stand out is that I am coachable and I will look my coach straight in the eye to show them that I am acknowledging what they are trying to coach me.  When my coach tells me how to improve myself, I will heed her or his advice, no matter what it is.  I am an ambitious player who listens, comprehends instruction and when I am shown a new technique I thrive to master it.  In the 7th grade, I tried out for volleyball for the first time, and made the 7A team, an experience that helped build my confidence.  When I played tennis in the 8th grade I caught on quickly.  The varsity coach was so impressed he insisted I play on the varsity team when I entered high school.  These are a couple of examples of how I learn quickly because I am coachable.  Since my favorite sport is volleyball, I want to learn all there is in the volleyball experience.  I have more confidence in myself now because of my past experiences playing sports.

I am also an excellent academic student.  I began advanced classes in the 7th grade, continued in the 8th grade, and I am currently still in all advanced classes as a freshman.  I excel in all my classes.  It is a hard task, but with my parents pushing me, it seems the classes are not as bad.  As for a college degree, I am seeking a degree in the medical field, medical engineering or possibly criminal justice.  

I have a warm personality that allows me to get along with anyone.  I have a diverse group of friends that I am comfortable spending time with off  and on the court.   I enjoy expanding my horizons with that new sense of self confidence I developed over the years.  Teamwork is the most significant asset to any successful program.  I am positive that I will make a huge contribution to your volleyball program.  I have a generous nature that allows me to be that great team player.   

Due to location, I prefer to stay in the state of Texas to continue my education and to play volleyball because I would like to stay close to my family.  However, if an opportunity comes to receive a full ride scholarship out of state, I may reconsider.  Although my mom might cry because she wants to see all my games.

If a college considers me as a student-athlete through this generous program, I guarantee coaches and facilitators will not be disappointed.  I will also be the happiest person in the world.  Through tennis and academics I have prepared myself for success in case I can not achieve my dream of a volleyball scholarship.  In other words, with my determination, teamwork, my positive qualities, and the hard work I want to put into any volleyball program, I know I can be a great asset to your volleyball program.  I look forward to my future, academically and athletically, and if you give me the time to consider me for your program, I am confident you will not be disappointed or be a waste of your time.


High School Information

  • Years w/ Varsity:
  • 1 year
  • Varsity Starter:
  • 1 year
  • 2017 Varsity Team
  • Starter - Jersey: #9
  • Individual Awards:
    1st Team All-Conference
  • Season Schedule
  • 2016 Junior Varsity Team
  • Starter - Jersey: #9
  • Individual Awards:
  • Team Awards:
    MVP/outstanding player of my 2016 JV A high school volleyball season, academic honors and player of the game, Conference 2nd Place
  • Season Schedule
  • 2015 Freshman Team
  • Starter - Jersey: #9
  • Individual Awards:
  • Team Awards:
    Academic honors and Player of the game against Harker Heights, TX. in September 2015. My 9A team recieved our awards for participation and Division Champs. , Conference Champs
  • Season Schedule

Club Information

  • Seasons of Club Experience:
  • 7 seasons
  • 2018 2017 Heroes Volleyball Club (17U)
  • Season Schedule
  • 2017 Copperas Cove High Spring League (I play on two mixed teams composed of 9-12 graders. Again, it's an event that my high school volleyball holds every spring from March-May.)
  • Notes: We play only on Monday nights this year. It's a fun event that helps raise money for our upcoming volleyball season.
  • 2017 Texas Eclipse 16 National Under Armour (16U)
  • Notes: Captain, I run a 6-2 and a 5-1. I play back row setter 70% of most games.
  • Season Schedule
  • 2016 Copperas Cove High Spring League Club (I play on two 9-12 mixed teams for fun competition.)
  • Notes: Copperas Cove High School has Spring League Volleyball Club every Spring for 3-12th graders. I have participated for 3 years. I also assist with another teammate coaching 3-4 graders. They are a blast to work with, and coaching the young girls is a new & fun experience for me. I am a role model already to a few girls. Wednesday nights I am actually playing on 2 different volleyball teams. The teams are mixed up between 9-12 graders. All the volleyball coaches are there watching carefully plays for the upcoming volleyball season. I participate anytime when volleyball is involved.
  • 2016 Texas Eclipse 15 Cove (15U)
  • Notes: Captain, and I was the only setter the team had. I set solo in a 5-1 rotation.
  • Season Schedule
  • 2015 Austin Juniors
  • Notes: The 2015 club season I played setter. I do not have a schedule for the 2015 club season. I ran mainly a 5-1 rotation.
  • 2014 Austin Juniors
  • Notes: I was an outside hitter during this season. I do not have a copy of the 2014 club schedule.

Coach References

  • Travel / Club Coach
  • Coach Lindsay
  • Club Coach
  • Coach Allison Stubbs
  • Club Coach
  • Coach DeGracia
  • High School Head Coach
  • Coach Lowrey
  • Club Coach
  • Coach Liz

Additional Sports

  • Tennis
  • F
  • 2 Years
  • Varsity Team
  • Spring of my sophomore year I played tennis for high school. This year I was on the top varsity team, Varsity Gold. However, I did not get to finish my season due to club volleyball. Next year, I plan to finish my tennis season to the end.
  • Tennis
  • F
  • 1 Year
  • Varsity Team
  • I played 8th grade tennis for the first time in the spring of 2015. The varsity coach took much interest in how quick I caught onto the game, and wanted me to play Varsity tennis in the 9th grade. I could not play in the fall because volleyball comes fi



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High School Information

High School:
Copperas Cove High School
(254) 547-2534

Academic Accomplishments

AP Classes:
Yes. Freshman Year (2015/2016) AP Class: -Social Studies (World Geography) Pre-AP: -Language Arts (Eng 1) -Science (Biology) Sophomore Year (2016-2017) Pre-AP English 2 Algebra 2 Pre-AP Chemistry AP World History
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Awards, Achievements and Activities

  • Award
    • I received an academic award during my freshman volleyball season for maintaining a 3.0 or above throughout the season. During my freshman year
  • Award
    • I made the A/B honor roll while taking all advanced classes.
  • Activity
    • Currently
  • Activity
    • I am not in any clubs because playing sports
  • Activity
    • volleyball club and homework seem to consume any time I have. I do plan on joining the National Honor Society my junior and senior years. I also plan on taking a few clubs my sophomore year. I went on campus tours to Baylor University
  • Activity
    • St. Mary's University
  • Activity
    • Angelo State
  • Activity
    • Tarleton State
  • Activity
    • University of Dallas
  • Activity
    • Texas Wesleyan
  • Activity
    • Huston Tillotson
  • Activity
    • Jarvis Christian College
  • Activity
    • and Cedar Valley. I enjoyed every single visit I took. They were all beautiful Campus's. On August 1
  • Activity
    • 2017
  • Activity
    • I will take on my high school tryouts. Hoping I will make varsity
  • Activity
    • I am going to try my best and work very hard
  • Activity
    • trying to beat out the other setters trying out. I currently help my mom
  • Activity
    • who is an FRG Leader for my Dad's unit. He is the Commander of Charlie Company 15th BSB
  • Activity
    • 1st Cav. on Ft. Hood
  • Activity
    • TX. Whatever she needs help with
  • Activity
    • I have been helping her.

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Statistic 2017 Varsity Te 2016 Junior Var 2015 Freshman T
Attack Kills 0 42
Attack Errors 0 11
Total Attempts 0 125
Kill Percentage 0 33.6
Kills/Game 0 1.4
Assists 855 325 93
Assists/Game 6.7 3.1
Solo Blocks 0 3
Assisted Blocks 0 7
Block Errors 0 11
Total Blocks 0 10
Blocking Percentage 0
Blocks/Game 0 .3
Digs 176 71 49
Digs/Game 1.4 1.6
Receiving Chances 24 39
Receiving Errors 1 6
Aces 63 25 13
Aces/Game .5 .4
Service Errors 7 1
Serving Percentage 98.9 99.0
Games Played 38 33 To date, 20 games. There may be more due to tournaments.
Matches Played 128 70 30
Receiving Percentage 1.3


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