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    Sunshine Announces Volleyball College Camp!

    We are very excited to announce our First Annual Sunshine Volleyball College Camp which will take place on June 7th & 8th. 

    The camp is intended for the student athletes pursuing high academic institutions.  We are bringing college coaches and high school volleyball players together to improve skills and learn directly from the college coaches!

     

    The camp is for current Freshman, Sophomores', and Junior's. Spaces are limited by position and will fill up fast.

    Click on the Registraion link above or the College Camp Link in the left menu bar for more details and to sign up. 


    Volleyball Thoughts by Mike

    Volleyball is a great sport for a lot of reasons--one of the most important is the need for three teammates to handle every play.
    It really makes it the ultimate team sport.  Hitters become average in a hurry with average sets; great setters set average sets with poor passes;
    poor passes come from a lot of places but one of the most important is the teamwork among the 3 passers--AND, conviction/energy.
     
    It's a complicated process and it's one of the reasons volleyball tends to be so streaky…good things and bad sort of rub off on each other.
     
    As a player, you should evaluate your  effort and production honestly; make a mental note of areas to improve--and then make a personal,
    individual effort to improve.

    SUNSHINE PLAYER COMMITMENTS 2014

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    Kristen Castellanos-LMU

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    Skylar Caputo-Pepperdine

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    Nicole ElAttrache-Duke

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    Kyra Hill-University of Texas Pan-American

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    Shelby Livingston-Rice University

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    Reni Meyer-Whalley-Washington

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    Ashley Murray-Long Beach State

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    Marialexa Natsis-Amherst

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    Augy Silver-Bates

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    Tyler Spriggs-University of Arizona

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    Niki Withers-Cal State Fullerton

    Sunshine Success in Dallas

    This year Sunshine was #1 in the state of California for the most teams that earned bids to the Junior Olympics at a total of 11 teams!  Sunshine also, finished as one of the top clubs in the country earning two medals at the tournament.  A silver medal in the 18-Open Division and a Brone medal in the 18-National Division.  Sunshine also had seven players that earned all-tournament awards: Kathleen Harris, Ashlie Williams and Jasmine Burton from the 18-Westside; Sarah Lucenti and Nicole Kerkhof from the 18-South Bay; and Michaela Keefe and Charlie Robinson from the 15-Westside.  Congratulations to both teams that medaled and all the girls for their accomplishments.  Below are the final results for all teams at the tournament:

     

    18-Open

    18-Westside Finished 2nd (Silver Medal)

    18-National

    18-South Bay Finished 3rd (Bronze Medal)

    17-Open

    17-Hurley Finished 9th

    16-USA

    16-South Bay Finished 15th

    15-USA

    15-South Bay Finished 21st

    15-American

    15-Westside Finished 5th

    14-American

    14-Westside Finished 5th

    14-South Bay Finished 27th

    13-National

    13-South Bay Finished 11th

    13-American

    13-Westside Finished 25th

    12-National

    12-Westside Finished 11th