Shaler Area Girls Volleyball 2023

Shaler Area Girls Volleyball 2023

The Shaler Area Girls Volleyball team played a season that saw both challenges and victories, signifying a future of growth and promise for the team’s endeavors in future seasons.

May Engel–a seasoned player with 6 years of experience–shared her insights, highlighting different moments of the season. Reflecting on the team’s evolution, Engel pinpointed a strong game against Norwin, emphasizing the teamwork that was used to play an impressive game.

“In my opinion, a specific strong moment from the season was playing Norwin away. It is when it all clicked for our team and we all played together,” senior May Engel said.

Among all of the games, senior night seemed to be a favorite from the players.

“The best game I played was senior night… I came out harder than ever because no one wants to lose on your own senior night.” senior May Engel said.

Coach Annie Carter echoed Engel’s sentiments, emphasizing the season as a period of growth. Carter underlined the significance of teamwork in volleyball.

 “A great volleyball team is not centered around a few players, but rather the team as a whole,” head coach Annie Carter stressed.

Carter’s confidence in the team’s future stemmed from the dedication exhibited by the players throughout the season. 

“I am a firm believer that hard work pays off. As long as we continue to put in the work, we will see the benefits,” Annie Carter said.

Despite a 2-5 record, the team’s unwavering dedication in practice and games remained constant. Engel’s perspective on the team’s future seems hopeful.

“Our team was very young this season so I think SAGVB will succeed because the returning players know what to expect now.” Engel said.

The Shaler Area Girls Volleyball team, marked by perseverance and collective growth, leaves behind a legacy poised for future triumphs and accomplishments.

“The season was successful in my eyes because the girls worked hard in both practice and games,” Carter explained. “I’m excited for the future of our program knowing that the seniors worked hard to leave the program in a good place.”

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