Each week throughout the club period, Volleyball Mag.com identifies 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, will certainly be composed of the adhering to:
Setter or S/RS
Setter, S/RS or RS
We include our eight-player Dream Team listed below, along with others we thought about, based solely upon elections gotten. This week’s Dream Team consists of 3 exteriors and also 3 centers, considering that we obtained no best side or DS candidates.
Note to trains and also supervisors: while there is no scientific research to exactly how we select participants of our Dream Team, executing on larger phases will certainly provide gamers a side, as will certainly election kinds that define with uniqueness exactly how well a gamer done the previous weekend break.
Volleyball Mag.com All-star Team for April 19
S: Mollie VanDeusen, 6-0 8th , JJVA 15 Teal (FL)– VanDeusen collected 240 helps (10.9 helps per collection), 10 blocks and also 14 aces for 15 Teal, which went 9-1 in 15 United States to gain a proposal at Lone Star in Dallas.
She had fun with grit and also contributed to JJVA’s success over 3 previously-qualified groups in the Florida team’s very first United States competitors this period.
OH: Jessica Smallwood, 6-5 fresher, EVA 15 Blue (KY)– One of the ideal “unknown” gamers in the fresher course, Smallwood collected 96 eliminates and also 27 blocks to aid Elizabethtown Volleyball Academy to a 3rd area coating in 15 Premier at the JVAWorld Challenge The six-rotation standout is a terrific leader and also far better colleague that can strike and also obstruct from all settings along the internet and also corresponds in offer get. Coach Bart Catlett insisted that Smallwood was perhaps the most leading well-rounded gamer in 15 Premier this previous weekend break.
OH: Bella Bullington, 6-3 student, SPVB 16 Elite (IL)– Bullington was the hammer Sports Performance required to catch the 16 Open department at the JVA World Challenge this previous weekend break. She led her team with 70 eliminates while striking.372 from the left side, as well as additionally covered the team with 14 aces.
OH: Natalie Knigga, 5-8 student, NKYVC 16 Tide (KY)– A six-rotation outside, Knigga led her team to a ninth-place coating in 16 United States at the Northeast Qualifier onSunday She was the team kill leader in all 7 suits, 6 of which 16 Tide won. “Natalie is one of the most athletic and versatile outsides in the gym,” kept in mind train Alexis Mitchell, “and is always our go-to in a critical moment. When in system Natalie has one of the most powerful swings in the gym, and out of system is great at scanning the court for an open off speed shot. As a six-rotation outside she is heavily involved in just about every play, and led our team in passing percentage this weekend averaging a 2.2. Natalie is definitely a standout player amongst her competition!”
MEGABYTES: Kali Adamec, 6-1 fresher, Invasion 15-Black (MO)– Adamec had a standout weekend break for 9-1 Invasion, which put 3rd in 15 Liberty atLone Star The fresher struck nearly.500 for the competition, with 70 eliminates over 23 collections. She additionally had 11 aces and also 17 blocks. “Kali carried us through many important points throughout the tournament and she is able to light a fire under our team to get them motivated to succeed,” claimed train Travis Dalton
MEGABYTES: Skyler Gates, 6-3 fresher, Morgantown 16-1 (WV)– MVC connected for 3rd in the 126-team 16 American department at NEQ. Gates, highlighting a year, was important to the reason, generating 18 solo packs and also striking very first pace collections to the song of.333 ahead of and also behind the setter. This is a young and also budding center not worried to go for it.
MEGABYTES: Daniela Rusich, 5-11 junior, Surfside 16 PV Legends (CA)– Surfside won 16 Open at NEQ with wonderful aid from Rusich, a smaller sized center that led the team in racking up by flaunting her extraordinary rate at the internet.
Libero: Aniya Warren, 5-8 student, first Alliance 16 Gold (IL)–National No 1 1st Alliance hiked to Texas and also won 16 Open at Lone Star last weekend break. Warren was a stable pressure and also managed the backcourt all weekend break versus some of the most difficult competitors. She passed a qualifier best of 2.38 and also tallied 88 digs over 10 suits. “She had some incredible saves that were momentum changers on Day 3,” claimed train Trish Samolinski “Most impressive was her ability to read and dig some heavy hits all while keeping us in system so our offense could capitalize. Aniya’s calmness and confidence controlling the defense were instrumental to our success and tournament win.”
Also thought about (by setting, in order of factor to consider):
S: Hannah Kenny, 5-7 student, first Alliance 16 Gold (IL)– One of 2 setters forthe No 1 16s team in the country, Kenny displayed her well-rounded video game this weekend break in Dallas, leading first Alliance to the 16 Open title. She led the team in helps with 164 and also was incredible offering and also trying to find her crime on championSunday “Her speed, tempo and volleyball IQ constantly put our hitters in great positions to score,” kept in mind trainTrish Samolinski “In addition she is a fearless and relentless defender, and she led our team in serving attempts on the weekend with 105. She was laser focused all weekend and kept our team in rhythm to win the championship.”
S: Lauren Ott, 5-9 student, NKYVC 16 Tide (KY)– Ott directed 16 Tide to a 6-1 document and also T-9 in 16 United States at the Northeast Qualifier this previous weekend break inPhilly Said train Alexis Mitchell: “As our 5-1 setter, Lauren controlled the energy, momentum, and overall pace of the game for our team all weekend, and did so perfectly! Lauren is great at distributing the ball to give our hitters a 1-on-1 opportunity, and is aggressive when attacking herself! Lauren’s serving gave every team trouble, and kept teams out of system more times than not! As a setter she plays great defense, and she averaged about 4 digs per set. Lauren’s energy, volleyball IQ and grit make her one of the best setters in the gym.”
S/RS: Sophie Baldwin, 5-9 student, JJVA 17 Teal (FL)– Baldwin normally establishes 16 Black however filled out this previous weekend break for 17 Teal at Lone Star inDallas Baldwin verified to be extremely comfy in this setup and also aided her team coating 21st in an area of 135 in the 17 American department. Baldwin showed her convenience by generating 119 helps, 33 digs, 19 eliminates and also 12 aces for the weekend break.
OH: Sydney Bryant, 6-4 student, HJV 16 Elite (TX)– Bryant tallied 70 eliminates for HJV this previous weekend break at Lone Star and also aided HJV area 3rd to gain its Open quote. “Sidney Bryant was a big part of ur success this weekend,” claimed train Tara Cross-Battle “She was an offensive force for HJV 16 Elite and helped us earn a bronze medal.”
OH: Myleigh Smell, 5-9 student, Morgantown 16-1 (WV)– Smell’s six-rotation initiative at NEQ netted 66 eliminates, 66 digs, 16 aces and also a 2.04 passing score for MVC, which went 9-1 to take 3rd in 16American “With a heavy hitting arm and fast tempo from both the outside and the back row, teams couldn’t put a stop to her attack,” claimed train Heidi Lee
OH: Sofia Muino, 5-9 fresher, JJVA 15 Teal (FL)– Powerful assaulting on either pin, Munio balanced 3.4 eliminates per collection and also was unrelenting defensively for 15 Teal, which radiated in 15 United States at the Lone Star Classic.
OH: Sarahbelle Jameson, 6-1 student, JJVA 15 Teal (FL)– Jameson penalized her challengers this previous weekend break in 15 United States at Lone Star with 61 eliminates and also a. 245 striking portion. She included 13 blocks, also, as 15 Teal safeguarded a United States quote. “Sarahbelle has risen to the challenge of competing with the best,” claimed recruiting organizer CJSherman “She is an amazing teammate and always encouraging others!”
MEGABYTES: Jordan Taylor, 6-6 student, Houston Juniors 16 Elite (TX)– A Dream Teamer recently, where her team dropped simply brief of a proposal at Windy City, Taylor was specifically beast-like this weekend break atLone Star She wound up striking.440, with 54 eliminates, and also produced chaos at the internet with 25 blocks as HJV put 3rd and also made its journey to Junior Nationals.
MEGABYTES: Morgan Holloman, 6-1 fresher, Colorado Juniors 15Sherri (CARBON MONOXIDE)– Always a standout for her team, Hollomon ended up the weekend break at the SLC Showdown with 16 blocks, simply one timid of a block per established standard. She additionally struck.370 and also verified unstoppable on the slide, whether operated on very first get in touch with, cost-free spheres or protective change. The team went 6-2 in 15 Open, which most likely would not have actually occurred without Holloman’s payments.
MEGABYTES: Teagan Beuhler, 5-9 fresher, Colorado Juniors 15Sherri (CARBON MONOXIDE)–Beuhler struck.410 this weekend break in 15 Open at the Salt Lake City Showdown and also was a vital factor Juniors went 6-2. “This kid has worked so hard to not let her lack of size determine her worth to the team,” claimed train Sherri Hawkins “She is lethal on her 3’s and transitions so well; so she is always an option for our setter, Tatelyn Brandsma.”
MEGABYTES: Lauren Benson, 5-11 elderly, Fusion 18 Apex (IL)– Fusion connected for 17th in 18 Open at the JVA World Challenge, with Benson the team’s standout gamer. She struck.418 for the weekend break, with 35 eliminates, and also included 12 blocks. She went to her ideal versus leading teams like Adidas KiVA 18 Red and also A5 18-Marc
Libero: Ryan McAleer, 5-5 junior, Dynasty 17 Black (KS)– McAleer, a Purdue hire, was mainly in charge of enhanced protection and also passing this weekend break, which aided Dynasty over the bulge to a qualifier title in Dallas.
Libero: Olivia Foye, 5-7 student, Surfside 16 PV Legends (CA)– Foye was exceptional and also powerful in the libero setting for NEQ 16 Open champ Surfside this previous weekend break. A secondary school assailant, she is promptly coming to be an elite recruiting target in the libero setting.
Libero: Avery Reed, 5-5 student,, Morgantown 16-1 (WV)– Morgantown went 9-1 in 16 American this previous weekend break at NEQ and also connected for 3rd out of 126 groups. Reed contributed to team success, passing fifty percent the court in serve-receive with a 2.0 standard for the competition. She additionally had 72 digs and also 11 helps. Reed runs the back row smoothly and also with confidence and also has the depend on and also regard of her colleagues.
Libero: Isabella Taveras Seda, 5-5 fresher, JJVA 15 Teal (FL)– “Bella” had 134 digs and also passed a 2.13 for 15 Teal, maintaining the Florida in system for 9 success en course to certifying in 15 United States atLone Star Seda additionally included 20 aces, nearly one per collection!
Libero: Ava Johnson, 5-7 fresher, Colorado Juniors 15Sherri (CARBON MONOXIDE)– Johnson was a significant consider team success this previous weekend break inSalt Lake City She passed a 2.1 and also developed 58 digs over the competition. “She could be seen chasing balls down, keeping balls off the floor after a hitter got blocked, and frustrating hitters as she kept them from scoring with their thunderous swings!” kept in mind train Sherri Hawkins “Ava is always the calming factor on the court and was also a huge reason our team was finally able to overcome adversity and find a way to win close matches.” The team went 6-2, completing 7 th, and also defeat a pair of groups with Open proposals.
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