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Emerald City Classic 2016
Congratulations to the U17's for finishing solidly in the Gold Medal Round at the 2016 Emerald City Classic. This is the first time we have had a team qualify to go to the classic and they wasted no time in establishing that we belong there.
With a solid fourth place finish they made it well known that Smokey Point Volleyball was there and there to stay. The U17's went in ranked tenth overall and improved their standing each day. They finished second in Day 1 pool play and moved to Court 1 for Day 2. On Day 2 they also finished second in their pool earning a spot in the Gold Medal Round.
In the first round of Gold Medal play the U17's took on addidas NW from Portland and came out with a win moving them to the semi final round. The semi pitted SPVC U17 vs. WVBA 18 Molten. While WVBA ultimately triumphed, the U17's took the first set convincingly 25/17. The last two sets were close and WVBA had to earn the right to move on leaving our U17's with unfinished business to complete next year.
NORTHWEST COLLEGES WOMEN’S SPORTS FOUNDATION FEMALE STUDENT-ATHLETE SCHOLARSHIP WINNER
Sophomore, Everett Community College
“Julianna was a member of the Everett Trojans volleyball team. While playing volleyball Julianna was active as a student ambassador, member of the Society of Women Engineers, Phi Theta Kappa and the STEM club at EVCC.
Julianna has been consistently recognized for her outstanding academic prowess by receiving the Frederick Giles Award, NWAC Academic Award and has been named to the Dean’s list each quarter at Everett Community College.
In addition to all of these activities she was selected to participate in a workshop at the Armstrong Flight Research Center in Palmdale, California. Julianna and her teammates developed a rover that was to be used in a Mars simulation mission. Her team won the competition.
Julianna aspires to be an Astronaut and at Everett she has been studying Aerospace Engineering. She will have graduated with her AA degree and a 4.0 gpa. Julianna will transfer to the University of Washington in the fall and continue her pursuit of a degree in Aerospace engineering. After finishing her education, Julianna wants to one-day work for NASA as an aerospace engineer and either be designing, developing or testing aerospace vehicles.”
Congratulations to Coach Julianna! We are very proud of you and honored that you are a part of our volleyball family and teams. Thank you for your commitment to your team and the younger players. You are a true example of a student athlete.
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Thanks to our friends at the Gold Medal Squared organization for thier guidance and recognition of obtaining our certification. This is a huge step forward for our organization and the professional standard that we continue to strive for.
A huge thank you to Jordan James at IRG Performance for his player/parent education last week.
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