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I started out being a competitive figure skater at the age of 6 and won many gold, silver and bronze medals. I had always played volleyball in school and was continually asked to join our local rep volleyball club but continued with skating until I was 13. I decided that I had taken skating as far I could, and I left with all my gold testing finished and decided it was time to try volleyball. I always struggled with which sport I loved more. It wasn’t until I tried out and made the team that I realized volleyball was my passion. Going from a solo sport to a team sport was so amazing and different. I love being part of a team and love the support I get to give and receive from my teammates and coaches.
Volleyball is what I love but I have been very successful in many sports. In school I joined every sport I could, from badminton to basketball to track and field and so on. I don’t think there was a sport I didn’t try. Besides being on the volleyball team, I loved track and field and was very successful at the regional level, usually placing top 3 in most of my races. I broke two school records in 2018 at DEAA, the girls 800m as well as girls’ long hurdles. I have received the athletic award twice for best female athlete. I was also awarded best defensive player and was on the honor roll.
I have been told that I have an amazing vertical for my height, and this makes me a strong force at the net. At regional tryouts I had the highest vertical of all the girls at almost 10 feet and made the Regional team. Our regional team practiced hard together. I was on the starting line-up we and ended up winning the Regional Cup Gold medal in Guelph. I love playing middle, but I also work hard at being an amazing left or right side. I am a very versatile athlete who loves playing all positions on the court.
I attend the Academy for Student Athlete Development (ASAD). This is a school dedicated to sports, sports psychology, nutrition, lifestyle management and performance so I can be a well-rounded person and athlete. I am enrolled for the volleyball stream, where three times a week I work on strength and conditioning and two days a week a week I am on the court. I also spend some of my mornings
working with men and women with special needs and playing sports with them, like wheelchair basketball. I love this part of the program; it makes me appreciate my abilities and what they are so capable at doing is amazing! I think I am a better person and athlete because of them. It is one my passions to work with people with special needs and is something I am considering pursuing as a future career.
I am enthusiastic and I always have lots of energy. Although I have not been playing as long as some other girls, many coaches have told me that I am extremely athletic and have an infectious attitude and energy. Volleyball has become my passion. My dream is to make a national team some day and play University or College volleyball.
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Class of 2023
Sportsmanship. Performance, Dedication, Perseverance Award
President Day Challenge, Detroit