I first got interested in volleyball watching my parents play in leagues when I was in Kindergarten. I loved shagging balls and showing off when I would pass the ball back to the team. I learned early on when my parents coached me for my juniors school league that injury was not an option for myself or for my team. I pride myself in taking care of my body as a commitment to my team, and my coach. I also am very committed to putting in the time required for strength, agility and skills training to advance myself to the next level. For me there is no off season, and I am good with that, because some of my greatest accomplishments and recognitions have come from the off season workouts and volleyball clinics. Such as, I received my Varsity letter in Volleyball as a freshman. When I went to the UW Oshkosh Volleyball camp, I received the coaches award 2 years in a row for outstanding camper. But the proudest moment in my volleyball career was when my parents received a letter from former Olympic Volleyball Gold Medalist, Pat Powers. In that letter he was praising me on my coachability and work ethic during a volleyball clinic of his that I attended. In that same letter he invited me to come out to California to play on his club team. Also mentionable, is that fact that I remain a 4.0 student and recently received the Wisconsin Volleyball coaches association all academic individual honors award.
I am a 6 rotation outside hitter and DS. I am looking to play at the most competitive level possible.
I truly believe I have the drive, character, skill set, leadership on and off the court, and the commitment required to give you and the team the results you desire from a student athlete.