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to attend a national tournament like this, do it! Through and through, the level of competition is amazing! It's also a fantastic opportunity to compete, make friends, trade gifts, and experience something HUGE with people of a similar passion and interest. Congrats to the U14s and U15s on your first ever trip to Nationals. Keep on Boosting!
Power League - Final Standings
>U12s finished 9th of 37 teams
>U14s finished 9th of 114 teams
>U15s finished 13th of 65 teams
We're so excited for our teams and their standings, but from where we sit, the sky is the limit! Why? Because it's a mindset and a culture of growth and competition that's happening here. Because parents and athletes are committed to the process...and it's the process that we believe in. It's where the passion to become better athletes and people lives. Go BOOST!
PSR Regional Championships
>U12s finished 8th of 35 teams
>U14s finished 3rd of 68 teams
>U15s finished 14th of 58 teams
Growth mindset. Teamwork. Focus. This tournament showed the stuff we're made of. The U12s were up against stiff competition and pressure situations. The U14s had to fight tough opponents back to back to back. The U15s played through injuries and adversity. Every team had opportunity to make an excuse, but I didn't hear any. Why? Because we were focused on process and improving daily. Another hurdle? Thank you! Another obstacle? Yes please! We're better for it. Love the passion and heart in these girls. Wow. Go BOOST!
Willamette Volleyball Classic
(Oregon State University)
The 2nd travel tournament for the U12s this season, they played like veterans! It started with a fun evening of "Queens" on Friday, where the girls dressed up as "phone apps", and finished on Sunday in the Gold bracket. They competed through adversity and rotating lineups to finish 6th of 24 teams. What a great way to end the season!!! Nice job ladies.
USAV Junior National Championships
Our U14 and U15s teams went to Nationals in the Patriot division. Both teams represented the PSR Region very well. The U14s team finish 3rd and brought home bronze medals. The U15s team battled hard making it to the finals in their flight. If you've ever get the opportunity
I am a member of a team, and I rely on the team, I defer to it and sacrifice for it, because the team, not the individual, is the ultimate champion.
- Mia Hamm
Currently playing and has been playing since she was 11yrs old (!). Seven years coaching experience.
Need we say more? Thank you, Starbucks!
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Played Division 1 college volleyball at Jacksonville University.
Currently plays for a nationally ranked USAV Men's team from the Puget Sound region.
BOOST AWARDS - this year, we're introducing a new award, the "Boost Award". This award will go to a player determined to be contributing to the team success and showing the growth mindset. The award will be determined by the coaches after tournament play and handed out at the first available team practice.
1/26/16 Update - Practices are focused on playing team volleyball, bringing focus and energy, supporting the "growth mindset", and challenging ourselves to compete. This last weekend was the first real test in finding out where we stand regionally. Early results were very competitive and incredibly positive! Power League #1 results... U12s hold 3rd place, U14s move into 1st place, and U15s move into 7th place. Go BOOST! Now, let's go practice...
2/15/16 President's Day Tournament - The U14 and U15s teams played in the "Open" division of the NWJrs Pres Day Tourney. This tourney brings together some of the top teams from OR/WA for a very competitive event. The U15s team finished tied for 11th of 32 teams while playing with a limited roster. The U14s team finished tied for 3rd of 40 teams. Both teams impressed me with their resolve to improve. While we played well, the girls are driven to improve every time out following the motto "Be better than you were yesterday!" ... words to live by. Go BOOST!