A huge congratulations to the below current Club Wahine players who represented their schools very well this season! These girls worked tremendously hard for their team and their All-Conference Selections are well deserved! Go Wahine!
Rachel Baker (Issaquah) – 2nd Team Kinco 4A
Livvy Boyd (Chief Sealth) – 1st Team Metro Sound Division
Victoria Boyko (Kentlake) – 2nd Team SPSL 4A North
Apryll Eneliko (Kennedy Catholic) – 1st Team Seamount League
Diana Faamausili (Kent Meridian) – 1st Team SPSL 4A North
Eugenia Faamausili (Kent Meridian) – Honorable Mention Team SPSL 4A North
Stephanie George (Kennedy Catholic) – 1st Team Seamount League
Jasmine Moore (Kennedy Catholic) – 1st Team Seamount League
Jayshill Oatley (Kent Meridian) – Honorable Mention Team SPSL 4A North
Kaylie Paul (Auburn Mountainview) – 1st Team SPSL 3A
Abigail Sauer (Seattle Christian) – MVP Nisqually Division
Alex Wilhite (Mount Rainier) – Honorable Mention Team SPSL 4A North
A special congratulations goes out to our five graduating seniors this season! All your hard work and dedication has paid off! We want to wish all our seniors the best of luck as they head off to their respective colleges in the fall! (Photo L to R: Faith F (Green River CC), Jenna Nye (Linfield College), Kylie Acuna (Black Hawk College), Cara Bender (WSU), Mele Halahuni (Central Washington) GO WAHINE!
A huge congratulations goes out to Angelou Dunton (18 Black) who has been offered a spot on the USA Volleyball National A2 Invitational Training Camp for 2014! Angelou finished inside the top 40 juniors in the outside hitter position among over 250 outside hitters up to the age of 18 who tried out for the USA Junior National Team. Angelou represented VERY well and really blew up the court she was on along side the top players in this region during tryouts!
15 Black continues working hard, taking 1st Place at the LTVBC Tournament in February! To add to that, they followed up with a 2nd place finish in their flight at March Power League. By doing so, the team moves up to Flight 1 (Top 8) for the final Power League in April! Congratulations girls - keep up the hard work! GO WAHINE!
Team 18 Black Ikaika qualified at their last Power League competition for the Platinum Division by placing 3rd place among the Top 8 teams in the Puget Sound Region. The Platinum Division is the highest division in Power League and comprises of the top 4 teams from Washington and the top 4 teams from the Columbia Empire Volleyball Region Oregon Power League. This is the first time since the incorporation of a Power League in the Puget Sound Region that a Club Wahine team has qualified and earned a spot in the Platinum Division. The team will travel to Kelso High School on February 2nd to compete against the Oregon teams. Congratulations goes out to the team and coaches for a job well done.
Congrats are in order for our U-18 Black Ikaika team after a very successful Power League seeding day tournament. The team went undefeated for the day - winning all six of their matches, ending the day as the overall No. 2 seed. "For the first tournament, the team played well and the team's success was truly a team effort. We have a lot of work to do and get better and we must continue to work hard to continually see improvement" said Club Director Glenn Rodenhurst. Congratulations to Team Ikaika and their coaches on a job well done!
Power League information for the season is now posted on the Puget Sound Region's website. Click HERE for information regarding what Power League is, how it works, playing dates, tournament sites and schedules. Specific information regarding Power League will also come directly from your coaches each month.
On May 17th, Club Director Glenn Rodenhurst was inducted into the USA Volleyball, Puget Sound Region Hall of Fame. The induction was held at the Puget Sound's Regional Awards Banquet. Glenn accepted the award, on behalf of his wife and best friend of 42 1/2 years Jean Faye Leimomi Rodenhurst who suddenly passed away back in September 2012. Both Glenn and Jean started Club Wahine 20 years ago and were recognized for their years of service to the youth and junior programs in the Puget Sound Region. Congratulations to both Glenn and Jean for their induction into the Puget Sound Region Hall of Fame. To view Glenn's acceptance speech, click HERE.
Glenn Rodenhurst and the late Jean Faye Leimomi Rodenhurst, Co-Founders for Club Wahine, recently received recognition from USA Volleyball and the Puget Sound Regional Office. Both Glenn and Jean received recognition for their leadership and service for the past 20 years to the youth and junior volleyball programs in this region. To see their recognition, click on the document below.
Just a friendly reminder that Club Dues are collected at the first practice of each month. Club Dues may be paid by cash, check or by PayPal (see link located to left). If paying by check or cash, please give all dues to one of the Club Administrator’s at your practice.
Congratulations on joining Club Wahine! If you were selected for a team, please click on the document link below to review and complete the remaining registration steps for the 2014-15 season.
Our January Wahine Warriors! (L to R: Hayley H, Cassandra L, Livvy B, Mariya M, Katie C & Alex W)