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Commits to Adrian College! Congrats Noah! He will be joining the team at Adrian College in the Fall of 2016 and we look forward to seeing him compete for the Bulldogs in the Spring of 2017!!
We interviewed Noah for a more personal glimpse. Read the following Q & A session about Noah.
Why did you choose Adrian College?
I choose Adrian because I loved the campus and they have provided me an opportunity to really do well for myself academically.
What did you like about Adrian campus?
I love that it is a small campus and it's open out in the country side, no big cities.
How did you get into volleyball?
I got into volleyball first by my sister playing rec ball. Then in high school my friend Matt told me about it and I have been playing for the school and with him throughout our high school years.
What is your favorite thing about volleyball?
My favorite thing is probably getting a really good kill. Where the pass is awesome, the set is placed perfectly and I make great contact and it goes right to the floor or someone's chest or head. That surge of energy is just unbelievable.
Why do you love volleyball?
I love volleyball because its taking me places I never thought I would go. I love the people I have met that help make my love for volleyball grow.
What is your favorite subject in school?
What do you like to do in your spare time?
I go hiking or play video games
What is your favorite food?
I love pizza. Can never go wrong with pizza.
What is your favorite movie?
How many siblings do you have?
Two younger sisters, Hannah (15) and Sophia (5)
Thank you Noah for taking time out of your busy schedule to give us a little look inside of the mind of you.
Brooke has committed to play for the Lady Techsters of Louisiana Tech University in Ruston LA. She will be the only incoming freshman setter to join the 2014 squad. Brooke has played volleyball since she was 9 years old. She as played every position on the volleyball court. Until two years ago settling in as the setter for her teams. She has always had a passion for the sport and is a great leader on and off the court. Congratulations on reaching your goals! Good Luck Brooke!
Lani Shetler has committed to play for the Pacific Union College 2014 Volleyball team. She is a Setter/Opposite Hitter. She played for Cross Point Volleyball Club for 4 years and excelled each year that she did. She is a true volleyball leader and a great court commander. She will be a great addition to the PUC Pioneers this fall. Good Luck Lani!
Kasey has recently committed to Corban University to compete in the 2014 season as a Warrior. She has been a Cross Point member for 4 years and was a member of the inaugural 16s team. "It was trully an honor to have Kasey as an athlete. She always works hard, strives for perfection and is a positive influence on her teammates!"
Kasey will compete as a Defensive Specialist and Libero. We look forward to following her success as a Warrior! Good Luck Kasey!
Jackie has committed to Humbolt State University in Northern California for the Fall of 2013. Jackie has been a Cross Point member for 2 years. She has continued to work hard and develop into an "on the court coach". "She is a huge assest to the overall fuction of our team. I have had two great years working with Jackie. She has always given 100% and is a true student of the game."
Jacqueline says, " I picked Humbolt State because I love the volleyball program there. All the girls were nice and welcoming and I felt the coach would be a good fit for me. I also love the school and they have the major for me. It was such a good fit for me and I can't wait to be a part of the Lumber Jacks."
She will make an immediate impact for the rebuilding Lumberjack team, as their Libero. Good Luck Jackie!
Ryleigh Campbell commits to play for Hope International University for the fall of 2013. This is Ryleighs first year with Cross Point Volleyball. "Ryleigh has been one of the most coachable kids I have ever had. She is contributing to our team offensively and defensively and her personality is a great addition to our team."
Ryleigh says, "I chose Hope International because it is a small school, so it will have a small student to teacher ratio. I will also be taking some of my classes at Cal State Fullerton so I will be getting a big school feel as well. I am also excited about being able to play volleyball while pursuing my degree in physical therapy."
Ryleigh will be an immediate impact in the Middle Blocker/Hitter position for the Lady Royals of Hope International. Good Luck Ryleigh!
Mackenzie Davies has commited to attend and play volleyball at Le Tourneau University in Texas! This is Mackenzie's second year as a team member of Cross Point Volleyball and the 18s team. "Mac has been a versitle assest for the teams contibuting in the front row and the back row. It has been a pleasure coaching Mac as she always works hard and is eager to learn."
Mackenzie says, "I chose LeTourneau University because they offer Biomedical engineering and I can play volleyball as well. I was also offered the Heritage Scholarship which is a full-tuition scholarship for academics."
Mackenzie will continue to be a versitle player for the Yellow Jackets. She will be expected to contribute as a Hitter and Defensive Specialist. Good Luck Mac!
Cailtin has commited to attend University of Texas at Arlington. Caitlin has been a member of Cross Point Volleyball Club for 2 years. "Caitlin has been a Setter for both the 18s team at CP. Her dedication and commitment to her teammates and the sport of volleyball has been her greatest gifts. Caitin has been so much fun to coach, her personallity continues to bring smiles to our face everyday."
Caitlin says, " I chose the University of Texas because I really wanted to go to college out of state and it offers the major that I want and will prepare me for Medical School in the future."
Good Luck next year Caitlin!
Sara has signed her letter of intent to Carleton College, Minnesota. Sara has been a Cross Point member for 2 years. She has developed her all around volleyball skills as an Outside Hitter. With Cross Point she continues to develop into an aggressive hitter with consistent serve receive and defensive skills. "Sara was repositioning from a Middle Blocker to a Pin Hitter either Rightside or Outside. I have been excited to see her progress over the last two year. She has worked hard at competing for a consistent role."
Sara says, "I chose Carleton because of the experience of going away from home and the rigor of the courses as well as the fun personalities of the campus!"
Good Luck Sara!!
Taylor has commited to William Jessup University for the fall of 2013. This is Taylor's first year with Cross Point Volleyball and she has grown so much as an athlete and volleyball player. "It has been my pleasure working with Taylor this year, I wish I would have had a few years with her. She has a great attitude and is extrememly coachable."
Taylor says, "William Jessup University was a perfect fit for me because of the small Christian environment and Iam so blessed to have the opportunity to attend Jessup in the fall and play Warrior Volleyball."
Taylor is looking forward to contributing as a Freshman Middle Blocker for the Lady Warriors. Good Luck Taylor!
Kiana O'neal has choosen to join the NVCC team for the fall of 2012. As her family relocates to Virginia she will look to be a main contributor for NOVA. Congrats Ki, Good Luck. We are proud of you!!
Briana Quinn has made the decision to attend University of California, Santa Cruz. Bri loves that fact that it is in california and she is looking forward to moving into college as a Student Athlete. She will be attending a team tryout in late July to earn a spot on the volleyball team. She will be competing for one of two open spots. Congrats Bri, we are proud of you!
Emily Daily commits to attend Irvine Valley College for the 2012 Season. Emily is excited to attend an outstanding, proven volleyball program. She loves the fact that the school is close to home but yet away, and she will be able to compete at a high level! She is looking forward to, "the area, the volleyball and the coaching. I think it is a perfect fit for me." Congrats Em!! We are proud of you!!
Tiana Whitlock, Elsinore High School and Sam Salcido, Paloma High School, sign letters of intent and recieved scholarships to La Sierra University for the 2012 Season. Both girls are looking forward to attending a school with great acedemic standards and excited to be a part of a building Volleyball Program. La Sierra will be expecting both girls to contribute a large amount, in their respective roles of Setter and Libero as LSU continues to build a strong program moving forward.
When asked what she is looking forward to the most about attend LSU, Tiana says, "The location, the facility and the overall atmosphere! And I loe my coaches and teams level of play. Also, the schools motto of "service before self!".
Sam replied to the same questions with, "The volleyball program, the coaches and getting to compte at a higher level of play!"
Congratulations girls! We are proud of you!