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Congratulations to these young bright former ARVC Student-Athletes making honors in their respectives colleges and universities. Their hard work and dedication, showed true character of good student and athlete, both on and off the volleyball court and classroom. For the graduating seniors Caitlyn Martinez (Regis University), Hannah Hargrove (Fort Lewis College), Meghan Sharratt (Wayland Baptist University), and Karina Grajeda (University of Southwest), CONGRATULATIONS!
See attachment for Student-Athletes Honors
The document 2017_Collegiate_Volleyball_Honors.pdf was attached to this post.
It’s always a dream for young student-athletes to play at the next level of volleyball and for Cat Kelly, her dream is a reality. For years, she trains and sacrifices to become the best they can be, starting her club volleyball at ARVC since 13 years old. Cat Kelly (senior) will be graduating from Sandia Preparatory School this spring of 2018, has signed her National Letter of Intent to compete at New Mexico State University. Dreams do come true. Congratulations to Cat Kelly and to her family.
Her dream of becoming a college volleyball player is now a reality. Annabelle Kubinski a young student-athlete from La Cueva High School who played all 4 years as a middle blocker. For years, she trained and sacrifices her time to become the best they can be, starting her club volleyball at ARVC since 15 years old. Annabelle (senior) will be graduating from this spring of 2018, has signed her National Letter of Intent to compete at Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, Arizona. Dreams do come true. Congratulations to Annabelle Kubinski and to her family.