Well now: seems as if there is potential for Ms. Gray to get even more advanced refinement with her setting skills. 2013 World Grand Prix Best Setter; 2013 NORCECA Best Setter; 2014 FIVB World Championship Best Setter; 2016 Olympic Games Best Setter. Yowser! Woowee: that's some "street cred" pedigree. Good for the culture/program!
Last Edit: Jan 15, 2019 22:48:22 GMT -5 by dirtrider5
This is awesome in so many ways. Spoke with Alisha and her husband Josh Childress (Stanford Basketball Alum) during this past high school season. She was coaching a pretty good Sierra Canyon team I believe. She’s such a pleasant person and watching her coach she was very technical and stern yet calm and collected. She’ll fit in perfectly!!!!! LETS GO CARD!
Side Note** Watching Miner play for two seasons I’ve always thought she had the potential to be an Alisha Glass type of player. Physical, athletic, strong and a great leader. Future looks bright for Stanford.
Last Edit: Jan 15, 2019 22:58:45 GMT -5 by volleylbc
... She was coaching a pretty good Sierra Canyon team I believe...
AC for a couple of years at Orange Lutheran and HC for a year at Crean Lutheran. Sierra Canyon was in the state Open playoffs and finished ranked 8th in California. Crean Lutheran finished #447 in California last year. Nothing wrong with that, but they weren't nearly the level of Sierra canyon.