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The Wright Christian Academy Volleyball Program is a rapidly growing program. We strive to develop a true love for the game of volleyball while instilling in the players the disciplines of hard work and dedication. Participating in athletics not only keeps the students active while in school, but it also affords opportunities to learn lessons that can positively shape the decisions they make for the rest of their lives.
WCA offers middle school and high school volleyball teams. The WCA Volleyball Program competes in the Heartland Christian Athletic Association.
|8/7/2020||Memorial (Scrimmage)||W (3-0)|
|8/11/2020||Holland Hall (Scrimmage)||L (0-3)|
|8/20/2020||@ Union Christian||W (3-0)|
|8/25/2020||@ Wesleyan||W (3-0)|
|8/28/2020||Oklahoma Christian||W (3-0)|
|9/3/2020||@ Claremore Christian||W (3-0)|
|9/12/2020||@Destiny Tournament||Made Semifinals|
|9/15/2020||@ WACHA||W (3-0)|
|9/17/2020||@ Mingo Valley||W (3-0)|
|9/22/2020||Claremore Christian||W (3-0)|
|9/24/2020||Mingo Valley||W (3-0)|
|9/28/2020||The Academy||W (3-0)|
|9/29/2020||Life Christian||W (3-0)|
|10/6/2020||@ Covenant Community||W (3-0)|
|10/13/2020||Union Christian||W (3-0)|
|10/29 – 10/31||HCAA State Tournament||3A State Champs!|
Talofa! I am the head volleyball coach here at Wright Christian Academy. I have been coaching volleyball since 2016 and I am currently in my 5th season.
Since the age of 8, I began playing volleyball and basketball and those two were my main sports but I have also participated in cheerleading, softball and powder puff football.I have also been dancing hula,taualuga, and tahitian since I was little. I also taught my own hula class in college.
I was born and raised on the island of Oahu. I am 1 of 6 children and the youngest girl out of my siblings. I have been blessed to gain 7 more siblings over the course of my life and I cannot imagine my life without them. At the age of 12 my life transitioned from the island life I knew to the mainland life I used to only seen on tv. I attended 4 different middle schools from Woodbridge,VA to Jacksonville,Fl.
I graduated from Englewood High School where I played 4 years on the Varsity Volleyball team and was the starting setter for 3 of those years, I also played on the Basketball team for two seasons as well. During my high school years I was able to earn many awards. Amongst those awards were the Florida all gate-way conference award and the Sandalwood Invitational Tournament award which I earned 3 years in a row. I finished my high school volleyball career with a record of 3,335 assists. After high school I attended Andrew College where I continued my volleyball career as the starting setter.
After College I returned home to Hawaii. 2 years after being home I began my coaching journey in Cincinnati, Ohio alongside my best friend and college teammate. We coached the Cincy Classics 16s Nationals team for two seasons and won a USAV nationals bid in the first year and placed 9th in the silver bracket.
I continued my coaching career in Tulsa where I became the head Volleyball Coach for Broken Arrow High School Freshman team. I then coached club BA 15s team March of this year. In July, I accepted the position of head volleyball coach here at WCA!
I currently live here with my family and when I am not coaching I like to travel and spend time with them. I also like watching korean dramas, anime, comedy and scary movies. I am a Boston Celtics fan and my favorite college basketball team is Duke. My favorite college volleyball team is of course the University of Hawaii, both men and women. I am very happy to be here at Wright Christian Academy and truly blessed to be coaching such a wonderful group of young ladies, I look forward to making
many more memories with the WCA family. Thank you for having me!