Princeton Volleyball Club February Newsletter
Princeton Boys Club Volleyball:
Huge thanks for another great Princeton boys club volleyball season. Our boys 14, 16,17, & 18 teams have finished up yet another successful season and had their last big tournament out at the BANE USAV National Boys Qualifier. Three days of awesome competition. We wish you the best of luck with your high tryouts starting at the end of this week. Remember to play hard and be role models for the other players both on and off the court. GOOD LUCK!
Thanks to the coaches for all your time and coaching these awesome young men. Your relentless push to teach the players every practice and prepare them for their HS season is very appreciated. THANKS!
Princeton Girls Club Volleyball:
Academic All American Honorable Mention was awarded to Tara McDonald from the 18-1 National Team for Princeton Volleyball Club for MaxPrep. CONGRATS !!
Tara McDonald, 5-7 OH, Freehold Boro (Freehold, New Jersey) – For two years, McDonald, called “pure energy” by her club director, has been All-Conference and Third Team All-Shore. In her senior year, where she had 110 kills and 91 digs, she added Monmouth County All-Star to her resume. Academically, she ranks first in her class with a 5.1923 GPA while participating in the Medical Sciences Magnate Program. McDonald is a member of NHS and scored 1,550 on her SAT, missing perfection in Math by 10 points. She has won Department Awards in Math, Medical Science and History and won the Andrew Bernard Lundy Memorial Prize for Achievement in Science and Citizenship as a junior.
Huge news for 2 teams that won BIDS to AAU NATIONALS this past weekend out at the Providence RI AAU Grand Prix. Both of our 16’s teams won bids to AAU Nationals. PVC 16-1 won the OPEN bid and 1-2 won the CLUB bid. Absolutely fantastic weekend for both teams!
Princeton 17-1 National Team took the Gold medal in the Silver Division at the Providence RI Grand Prix. Fantastic tournament Ladies!
Princeton 15-1 Team and 18-1 teams lost in the Gold Semi-Finals of the AAU Grand Prix to the eventual winners. Princeton 15-1 lost to our own 16-1 team in a 3 set match in the 16 Open Gold semi-finals division. The 18-1 team lost to a very good and eventual champs of the 18’s OPEN Gold division.
15-2 team has won 3 tournaments so far and took 3rd in its last showing. Just a dominating team in the GEVA region.
15-3 team is playing well and advancing in tournament to playoffs. Coach Luiz is putting his USAV CAPI coaching knowledge to work.
14-1 team is battling with the Open division and doing fantastic. Best of luck in March!
14-2 team has won a few tournaments and is consistently finishing in the semi-finals or finals of each tournament. Great playing and keep up the great work!!!
13’s have also been in the semi-finals or finals of their tournaments. Fantastic job ladies!!!!
12’s have played in a few tournaments and have one coming up this next weekend. Best of luck!
Remember to send pictures and videos to Coach Paige for our Instagram page. You can DM her pictures and videos. Also please send Me (Mike Adams) any team photos and action shots so I can use them on our website and Facebook page.*
Best of luck to all our teams in March! Let the Spring weather come.
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