Every Wednesday throughout the club period, Volleyball Mag.com will certainly identify a Dream Team of 8 girls volley ball gamers (15s to 18s age) that were standouts the weekend break prior to:
The team, a lot of weeks, is composed of the adhering to:
Setter or S/RS
Setter, S/RS or RS
We include today’s eight-player Dream Team listed below, along with others we took into consideration, based solely upon elections gotten. This week’s Dream Team will certainly consist of 3 exteriors instead of a best side assaulter and also 2 liberos, because we obtained no DS elections either.
Note to trains and also supervisors: while there is no scientific research to just how we pick participants of our Dream Team, doing on larger phases will certainly offer gamers a side, as will certainly election types that explain with uniqueness just how well a gamer done the previous weekend break.
Volleyball Mag.com All-star Team for March 8:
S: Taylor Parks, 5-11 Jr., OT 17 T Aaron (FL)– This Florida hire is ending up being an essential on Dream Team, after an additional excellent weekend break in leading 17 Aaron to the Sunshine Classic title in 17Open “Taylor Parks sets the tone for this team every match,” claimed trainer Aaron Harrison “Her volleyball IQ and athleticism keep us in system most of the time.”
RS: Frances Torres, 6-0 Sr., Metro 18 Travel (DC)– Torres, a Colgate hire, aided Metro three-way certify in 18 Open for Junior Nationals by leading the team in eliminates as a six-rotation ideal side at NEQ, where her team positioned 2nd.
OH: Callie Combs, 5-8 Fr., NKYVC 15 Tsunami (KY)– Combs might be under high to be a perfect assaulter, yet do not ignore her. She leaps 9-6 and also is a lot more sports than almost anybody around. She was the team’s best player once more this weekend break as Tsunami won Bluegrass and also is a 2nd libero on the flooring when she remains in the back row. “She’s what I call, ‘our clutch player,’” claimed trainer Brooke Logan “When in doubt, go to Callie.”
OH: Layla Austin, 5-10 Fr., Dallas Skyline 15 Royal (TX)– On a nationwideNo 1 team full of celebrities, Austin radiated brightest this weekend break in Las Vegas, where Skyline won the 15 Open department at the Red Rock nationwide qualifier. Austin was a best player for her team and also made all the plays, consisting of when her team required her most.
MEGABYTES: Audrey Dyas, 6-1 Fr., NKYVC 15 Tsunami– Dyas was a vital entertainer for 15 Tsunami, which won the 15 Open department at the Bluegrass Tournament this previous weekend break. Dyas touches 9-9 and also swings quick, making her nearly difficult to obstruct, She is constantly readily available in change and also her blocks ruin a challenger’s tactical plan. “She’s our hype player and no matter whether she got the point or another teammate, you will hear it,” kept in mind trainer Brooke Logan “Audrey is a beast and continues to put up great numbers for our team to be successful.”
MEGABYTES: Brooke Bultema, 6-3 Sr., Elevation 18 Spinney (OH)– Bultema suches asthe Blue Grass State The future Kentucky Wildcat controlled the internet as Elevation conquered Munciana 18 Samurai, Sports Performance 18 Elite, Circle City 18 Purple and also others to dominate in the 18 Open department at the Bluegrass Tournament in Louisville.
Libero: Emma Frietch, 5-8 Fr., NKYVC 15 Tsunami (KY)– Frietch showed once more at Bluegrass that she is one of the leading fresher liberos in the country. She passed nearly completely, made protective plays that Division I liberos can not make, utilized her dive float successfully and also led with her words from the back court as Tsunami won the competition.
DS: Kaleigh Frietch, 5-8 Jr., NKYVC 17 Tsunami (KY)– Ball control was a significant consider 17 Tsunami’s win at Bluegrass over the weekend break to keep itsNo 1 nationwide position. Passing was great and also the protection also much better. Frietch’s offer and also pass job was outstanding, whether she was using the libero jacket or playing 3 turnings as a protective expert. She likewise had a lot of aces and also was component of a well balanced back row that militarized the win.
Also thought about (by setting, in order of factor to consider):
S: Leeann Maysonet, 5-4 Jr., JJVA 17 Teal (FL)– Maysonet needed to pinch hit her team this previous weekend break in a number of suits atthe Sunshine Classic “She was more efficient than one would think, scoring several key points at times,” kept in mind hiring organizer CJSherman “She is a total teammate and determined to do what it takes to help her team be successful.”
S: Sade Illawole, 5-1 Jr., Mizuno Long Beach 16 Rockstar (CA)– An extraordinary professional athlete that plays a lot larger than her elevation, Illawole uploaded 48 helps, 32 digs and also 6 aces for the weekend break at NEQ, where Long Beach positioned 8th in 17Open Uncommitted, Illawole, a three-year starter for nationwide HS power Sierra Canyon, fasts and also runs an infraction like she understands what she’s doing, since she does,
RS: Nora Williams, 6-0 Jr., Mizuno Long Beach 17 Rockstar (CA)– An professional athlete touching 10-1, Williams had a terrific weekend break in Philly at NEQ. She led the team in striking portion and also had 21 overall obstructs for a team that went 7-3 in 17Open “Nora is a great blocker and attacker and has improved her game tremendously in just a few months,” kept in mind trainer Megan Moenoa
OH: Olivia Hart, 6-0 Jr., OT 17 T Aaron (FL)– Hart blew up onto the scene at Triple Crown and also maintained the rate at the Sunshine Qualifier last weekend break, where 17 Aaron beat a strong area in the 17 Open department. “Olivia Hart is the catalyst to the team,” claimed trainer Aaron Harrison “Her athleticism and personality bring the best out of us. She is not committed yet, but she has a lot of schools reaching out since NIT.”
OH: Haley Burgdorf, 6-0 Fr., Sports Performance 16 Elite (IL)– Playing up a year, as she constantly has, Burgdorf was a controling existence in the 16 Open department at Bluegrass, where her team ended up second. She hit. 339 for the weekend break, locating means to rack up regularly, and also included 35 digs and also 7 blocks.
OH: Madi Andrews, 6-0 Fr., Athena 16-1 Gold (OR)– 16-1 Gold went unbeaten on Saturday to win the area proposal competition. Andrews, a six-rotation outside that hardly ever leaves the court, struck.275 also while obtaining two times as several efforts as any kind of of the various other players. “Madi has a big load to carry for our team, even as a freshman,” kept in mind trainer Lena Chan “Madi is frequently a serving target for the opposing team, not because she is not a good passer, but because they are trying to keep her from attacking. I have been impressed with Madi’s ability to carry such a responsibility for our team.”
OH: Emerson Sellman, 6-4 Jr., Metro 17 Travel (DC)– One of the leading juniors in the country, the Ohio State hire got on her video game once more in Philadelphia this previous weekend break, where Metro barked with the 17 Open area at NEQ to receive Junior Nationals.
OH: Jazzahlei Satele, 5-5Soph Strive Hi 17U (HI)– One of Oahu’s finest young gamers, Steele was sidelined by an ankle joint injury for 3 weeks prior to the Las Vegas Classic yet revealed durability in playing and also dipping into a high degree. Steele had fun with the heart of a lion in assisting Strive Hi win the 17 Premier department.
OH: Madison Sherby, 5-9 Soph., Athena 15-1 Gold (OR)– Athena made the finals of the CEVBA proposal competition, with Sherby the supporting pressure as a six-rotation exterior. For the competition, Sherby struck.226, passed a 2.3, logged the most digs over the period of the day, and also was the team’s most effective web server. “Madison really did it all this weekend!” kept in mind supervisor Lena Chan “Madison is also a great leader and teammate, which there is no stat line for, but cannot go unnoticed.”
OH: Halie McGinest, 5-11 Jr., Mizuno Long Beach 17 Rockstar (CA)– McGinest had a terrific weekend break playing 6 turnings on the outside for Long Beach atthe Northeast Qualifier Usually a best side assaulter, McGinest flourished in her six-rotation function, racking up front row and also back while getting self-confidence in her sphere control capabilities. The little girl of previous NFL wonderful Willie McGinest struck.220 over 3 days with 10 aces.
OH: Bridget Spees, 5-8 Soph., JJVA 16 Black (FL)–Spees had 35 eliminates and also 27 digs for her team, which played in 16 Open for the very first time atthe Sunshine Classic National Qualifier “I did not take Bridget off the court the entire weekend,” claimed trainer Julie VanDeusen “She was playing her heart out and competing with some of the best 2025s in the country.”
OH: Addison Kitzmiller, 5-10 Soph., Morgantown 16-1 (WV)– A heavy-armed assaulter from the front row and also back, Kitzmiller led MVP to a 17s title in Pittsburgh this previous weekend break. She led the team in eliminates while striking.264, passed a 2.2 with 15 digs and also offered at 90 percent. Her very first get in touch with capability aided MVP accomplish its highest possible very first sphere sideout portion of the period.
MEGABYTES: Kate Williams, 5-10 Soph., Morgantown 16-1 (WV)– A center with a 6-0 wingspan, Williams utilized that size to strike.409, pass at a 2.5 clip and also standard a solo things per suit in MVC’s win in the 17s department at Grit Athletix inPittsburgh “Kate runs a quick tempo set in the middle both in front and behind the setter,” claimed trainer Heidi Lee “She sees holes on the court before the opposing defense has time to set up. She is also a threat from the serving line, which gives her the opportunity to swing from the back row as well.”
Libero: Lizzie Riordan, 5-5 Soph., A5 16-Chanda (GA)– Riordan passed an ordinary of 2.5 throughout the Sunshine Classic, with 4 digs per collection as A5 went 10-0 to win the 16 American department. She had several suits with 6+ aces and also covered the court successfully. “When the ball seemingly was going down, Lizzie found a way to get it right to target, and was a huge part in helping secure the win (and bid) for her team,” kept in mind assistant trainer AJ Morris.
Libero: Avery Reed, 5-5 Soph., Morgantown 16-1 (WV)– Reed led the protective initiative for MVC, which won the 17s department at Grit Athletix inPittsburgh She passed a 2.2, offered at 88 percent with an ace per suit, tape-recorded 49 digs and also 8 helps. Said trainer Heidi Lee: “Avery is quick on her feet and covers a large area of the court by herself. In serve receive, she is heavily avoided by opponents due to her near perfect passing quality. She doesn’t allow any hitting efforts to go uncontested as she averaged 4.9 digs per set this weekend. As a libero she isn’t afraid to use her hands on ball 2 to keep her team in system.”
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