They made it in the MPSF 13-11, in the MPSF playoffs that year with Joshua Walker at 6-1. OH with Jonas Umlauf #10 6-9 tall. They lost in the quarterfinals or the 1st match played in the playoffs of MPSF tournament. Backup was Jerod Lofy also 6-9 tall for UH Warriors.
Emily Maglio's club team posted links to her matches at the Canadian Nationals over the weekend.
I caught 3 of them and although they lost in the quarter finals I thought our new Emily was great. It has been 2 years since I watched videos of her and the improvement was very noticeable. She seems to be at least 2 " taller and bulkier and it looks like she has been spending time with the weights.
Em-2 sees the court really well,she likes the deep left corner and flirting with the back line,she also mixed up things up with well placed tips. Her passing was good, her blocking needs a little work. I did noticed that most of the club teams in the tournament didn't use the slide much,I only saw her do it once.
After recently learning that our coaches were watching her progress for two years I see why.Before anyone brings it up yes I'm aware that D1 will be a whole lot different and obviously most incoming freshman need work in some area and she will be no exception but I think we have a rising star in Em.
Just helping out with a few facts. Add Keani Passi who will see the court for the first time as a redshirt junior as is Magill a junior. The seven other newcomers are all fresh out of high school. I go way back, but I can't recall a year where UHWVB had so many incoming high school freshmens (?).
14. 2011 had seven freshmen - Ginger Long, Monica Stauber, Jade Vorster, Kayla Kawamura, Kalei Adolpho, Elizabeth Blake and Jane Croson. Five of those have already departed the team, with Long and Adolpho as the only holdovers. 2009 had just three freshmen - Kristiana Tuaniga, Kristina Kam and Paige Mitchell, but had several transfer newcomers - Corinne Cascioppo, Alex Griffiths, Alexis Forsythe and Alexis Robins.