New Season Brings Mixed Emotions for Cameron Volleyball Team
The Cameron volleyball team is gearing up for the new season by hitting the gym early in preparation for their upcoming matches. However, the upcoming season brings mixed emotions for the team as they see an abundance of new faces on the court. Second-year head coach Qi Wang signed 13 freshmen and one junior college transfer who will join returners Kat Evans, Kendra Adams, and Cristina Viera. In this article, we will talk about the challenges and excitement of the upcoming season that brings mixed emotions for the Cameron Volleyball Team.
The Challenges of the New Season
The new season brings new challenges and adjustments to be made for both the new players and the old. The biggest challenge has been building the communication between the coach and players. It gets better every day, but sometimes there are misunderstandings. However, the seasoned players tell the new players not to worry and to play volleyball, and it will all catch on.
The Excitement of New Players
The new players bring in a sense of excitement and hope to the team. The seasoned players are excited to see the new talent and leadership they bring with them to achieve their goals. Freshman Jenny Tackett shares that she was intimidated by the older players on the first day, but she quickly settled in and looks forward to bonding with the team and having intense matches where they have to fight for the win.
The Dream of Winning it All
Last season, the Black and Gold finished 15-15 overall and 5-11 in conference play, making a trip to the LSC tournament – their first since 2011. However, their biggest goal this season is to return to the conference tournament and win it all. Senior player Kat Evans is keen to achieve a higher finish this time around – going past the second round and pushing further in the tournament.
Outlook for the Upcoming Season
There is much excitement for the upcoming season, Cameron Volleyball has got a good recruiting class, which equals a new team, along with players returning for another year, which means more experience. The team plans to work hard on the things that require adjustments and aim for the ultimate goal of being conference champions. The team has had its challenges but overcoming them has helped build a stronger bond and focus towards their goals. As Christianson, head coach of Division 1 volleyball team, said: “If you focus on the journey, you’ll be grateful for the win.”
The new season for the Cameron Volleyball team brings mixed emotions, excitement, challenges, and adjustments. The team aims high and hopes for a successful season where they can bond and achieve their goals. With players’ determination and effort, the team expects high returns on its hard work and perseverance.
Q1. What was the luck of the team last season?
Last season, the Black and Gold finished 15-15 overall and 5-11 in conference play.
Q2. What is the team’s ultimate goal for this season?
The team’s ultimate goal for this season is to win the conference tournament.
Q3. Who leads the Cameron Volleyball team?
The Cameron Volleyball Team is led by second-year head coach Qi Wang.
Q4. Who is the senior player on the team?
Kat Evans is the senior player on the team.
Q5. How many new players have joined the team this season?
Thirteen freshmen and one junior college transfer have joined the team this season.