Highline College Volleyball Camp
High School, Jr. High School Positional Clinic
With school volleyball season, right around the corner. Highline College Volleyball is excited to offer Positional Clinics to all players looking to make their school teams, improve their skills, earn more playing time, become a starter. Whatever your reasons to attend we can help!!
Highline College Volleyball HS positional clinics: are designed for beginner – intermediate- advanced players, focus on improvement of specific positional skills. Each player will receive personalized instruction from Highline College Coaches. Space is limited for our positional clinics.
We will be offering two separate three-day clinic sessions.
August 13th / 14th / 15th
Session #1: 6:00pm – 7:30pm
Session #2: 7:30pm – 9:00pm
Cost: $100 (3 days) $40 Drop in (1 day) Cash or Checks (made out to Highline College Foundation)
If you have any questions please feel free to contact Coach Chris Littleman – Clittleman@highline.edu
Recapping the 2017 Season
A young Highline team, with seven freshman and three sophomores, used a late season run to make it to the playoffs before bowing out in the first round. After a rough start to the season, the fact that the team made the playoffs at all was in itself a success. Facing a steep learning curve, and after losing 14 of its first 21 matches, the T-Birds went on an 11-1 run from October 13 to November 3, good enough for a 10-4 record in league play and a tie for second place in the NWAC West Division. For the season, Highline ended at 22-21.
The Year in Photos
NWAC West Region MVP: Zoe Gaines First Team All-Star: Mahie Kaawa Second Team All-Star: Adrienne Haggerty
2017 Women’s Volleyball Team
Left to Right:
Taecia Akana, Zoe Gaines, Jasmine Martinez, Mahie Kaawa, Adrienne Haggerty, Lindsey Nein, Carli Daniels, Olivia Chapman, Taylor Bell, Kate McGrath