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2011 USA - 12 BEACH 2010 AAU - 16 BLACK 2009 AAU - 16 BLACK 2006 USA - 17 BEACH 2005 USA - 18 BLACK
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- AAU Volleyball Academic All American Awards announced. Congrats to Sarah Abushamma, Lauren Carder, Megan Ceralde and Nicole Urbanowicz.
- Congrats to Cecilia Stack (18 Red) for her commitment to play volleyball at the University of North Carolina - Asheville!
- Chelsea Williams & Faith Gruenwald took 1st Place 12U Silver Bracket at the EVP Jr Spike n Splash!
- Isabella McGowan and Sarah Abushamma placed 4th at the Windy City championship tournament in the U16 club division.
- Another fun filled season of volleyball is upon us. Sky High will be hosting a Jr. High and 14 & Under Coaches Clinic Saturday, August 27th. Register today!
- Amber Olson and Molly Lambillotte won the 16's division of the Sky High Beach Open!
- Congratulations to Kendall Lownds and Paige Manssen on a 1st place win in the 18’s Division at the Sky High Open this weekend, with a 9 and 0 record.
- Ashley Williams (17 Black) committed to play volleyball at Bowdoin College.
- Ally Dion (17 Black) committed to play volleyball at Southeast Missouri State University!
- Genesis Sheridan (16 Black) committed to play volleyball at the University of South Carolina.
- Chelsea Williams (right) and her partner, Brooklyn Helle (Seattle area), took 1st place in the 12s silver division at the USA Volleyball Junior Beach Nationals in Milwaukee, July 22-24.
- Molly Lambillotte (16 Black) committed to play volleyball at Wingate University!
- Jayne Strang & Ingrid Reyes (14U) took 4th place going 6-2 at the Windy City Open Chicago on July 17th.
- Madeline Timmerman & Jenna Splitt take 5th in the 14s Division at the Windy City Open, earning an Open bid to the USA Junior Beach Tour National Championships.
- Faith Gruenwald and Chelsea Williams took 1st place at the Sky High Open 3 (12U). Faith served 21 straight in the semifinals!
- Hannah Johnson (17 Red) Committed to play volleyball at the University of South Alabama!
- 13 Black - 3rd Place at USA Nationals!
- Congrats to Molly Lambillotte (16 Black) for receiving the All-American Award at AAU Nationals in Orlando!
- 16 Black took 5th place at the AAU Nationals in Orlando!
- Erin Olson receiving the JVA 2016 National Team Award in Orlando!
SKY HIGH NEWS
13 Black - 3rd Place at USA Nationals!
Congrats to 13 Black on their 3rd Place win at USA Nationals in Indy!Head Coach James Sackley, Assistance Coach Michelle Jakubowski, Jenna Brown, Morgan Davis, Ally DiBartolo, Emma Konie, Emerson Kouri, Peyton O'Brien, Karina Simatos, Jenna Splitt, Madeline Timmerman & Maggie Wallenberger.
18/17 Black - 2nd Place - Puerto Rico Jeep Volleyball Championship - San Juan
During the clubs first international experience, Sky High 18/17 Black finishes 2nd in the 18 Open Division of the Puerto Rico Jeep Volleyball Championship in San Juan by losing to Vasqueras 18's in three sets, 25-23, 22-25, 12-15. Sky High beat this same team on Saturday, 25-23, 23-25, 19-17. Erin Olson and McKenna Lahr were named to the All Tournament team.
2016 - 2017 - 2018 COLLEGE COMMITMENTS
COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS: NCAA DI: 321, NCAA DII: 73, NCAA DIII: 93, NAIA: 38, NJCAA: 74, TOTAL: 599
According to RichKern.com, Sky High Volleyball is Ranked #2 in the Nation for number of athletes playing at the DI-level from 1999 to date. Since inception in 1989, Sky High is Ranked #2 in the Nation for number of athletes playing at the collegiate level.
USAV Great Lakes Region is hosting
at Sky High Volleyball
August 27th from 9am-12pm
Open Court is a USA volleyball promotion developed to take advantage of the Olympic momentum and encourage youngsters to discover the excitement of volleyball!
It is a one-day "Try Volleyball for FREE" event introducing potential players to grassroots volleyball programs.
Come Join the Fun it's FREE!