The CVC 12U Falcons head to New Orleans for the 2015 USAV Nationals this Summer and they have found a really cool way to raise money for their trip. Please go to their online raffle and take your chance at winning the “Sports Extravaganza Package“… US Open Tickets, a signed Cal Ripken Batting Helmet, Tickets to the Orioles vs. Nationals game and more!
Head Coach – Robin Burkowske
Assistant Coach – Stefanie Rain
Parent Representatives – Marcie O’Reilly
The Falcons regularly scheduled practice days are:
Tuesday, 6:00pm – 8:00pm, Meadowbrook Athletic Center
Sunday, 5:00pm – 7:00pm, Volleyball House
Positional Training, Wednesday, 5:30pm – 7:00pm Volleyball House
|22||Rachel Odonkor||4'11"||2021||Bethel Christian Acad.|
|62||Brooke Watts||5'1"||2021||Chesapeake Science Pt.|
|36||Hannah Carroll||5'0"||2021||St. Louis School|
|20||Ryan Rorls||5'5"||2021||Murray Hill MS|
|2||Ingrid Chang||4'7"||2021||Clarksville MS|
|42||Caroline Pearce||5'3"||2021||Patapsco MS|
|11||Brenna O'Reilly||5'3"||2021||St. Louis School|
|25||Alyssa Kelly||5' 2"||2021||St. Louis School|
|28||Madison Mayer||5' 7"||2021||St Louis School|
|16||Mary Grace Goyena||5' 6"||2021||St. Louis School|
|01/17/15||MVSA 12's Invitational||VBH||MD|
|01/31/15||Columbia 12's Invite – Open||VBH||MD|
|02/08/15||MDJRs 12's Open||Jessup||MD|
|02/14/15||Capital Hill Classic||Washington||DC|
|02/28/15||MDJRs 13's Open/Club||Jessup||MD|
|03/07/15||Columbia 12's Invite – Open||Laurel||MD|
|03/15/15||NVVA 12's Spring Fling||Sterling||VA|
|04/18/15||CHRVA Regionals – Open||Jessup||MD|
|04/24/15||Revolutionary Rumble (2 day)||Williamsburg||VA|
|05/03/15||NVVA May Day 13's||Sterling||VA|
|05/16/15||MDJRs 13's Mixed||Jessup||MD|
|06/26/15||USAV 2015 Girls Junior Nationals||New Orleans||LA|
Entering the Williamsburg, VA multi-day tournament as top seed of 20 teams, the Falcons battled against teams from Virginia, Maryland and North Carolina. Only losing 2 sets over two days, the Falcons finished Gold beating out East Carolina (ECJVC) 12 Black in the finals on April 26, 2015. Fantastic!
The Columbia Volleyball Club Falcons (12-U) claim their pot of Gold (Medal) at the NVVA 12’s Spring Fling Tournament in Sterling, VA on Sunday, March 15, 2015.
Two CVC players were recently named “BEST BLOCKER” and “BEST SETTER” at the Capitol Hill Classic in Washington DC over the Presidents Day Weekend.
Saadia Sahadeo of the 16U Lightning, a Junior at Northwood High School, won Best Blocker in the 16U Patriot Division. Saadia, pictured above with her coach Michael Rainbow, helped her team finish with a strong showing in the Gold Bracket of the newly-formed Patriot Division.
Brenna O’Reilly of the 12U Falcons, a student at St. Louis School, won Best Setter in the 12U Division while helping lead her team to a 3rd place finish in the Gold Bracket.
Columbia Volleyball Club has been participating in the Capitol Hill Classic since its beginnings 9 years ago, and for the first time all CVC teams participated in the event where more than 850 teams competed over the Presidents Day Weekend in Washington DC. The tournament, hosted by Metro Atlantic Volleyball Club, has grown tremendously over the years and now has a qualifier-like feel to it as teams come from all over the country to compete with team from the CHRVA region.
The 12U Falcons had an outstanding weekend, finishing with the Bronze Medal by finishing third in the Gold Bracket for the 12U division. The Falcons finished with a 6-2 match record, falling in the semi-final to the eventual division champion.
The 16U Lightning also had a strong weekend with a 5-2 Match record, finishing in the Gold Bracket of the newly-formed Patriot division.
The 17U Eclipse started strong on Saturday and finished up in the Silver bracket of the Patriot division with a 9-6 (60%) set record
Other results from the Capitol Hill Classic:
12U Owls – Finished strong with taking the Flight 4 Bracket, in their first multi-day tournament
13U Hawks – Also playing in their first multi-day tournament, finished strong by taking the Flight 4 Bracket in the Club division
13U Eagles – After a strong 2-1 start on Saturday, finished in the Bronze Bracket in the Open division
14U Cardinals – Many players in their first multi-day tournament, an outstanding 3-0 finish Sunday, finishing in Flight 2A in the Club division
14U Condors – Finished in Flight 2 of the Open division
15U Typhoon – Finished with a strong 6-3 match record, going 3-0 on Saturday and finishing in the Bronze C bracket of the Club division
15U Storm – Finished in Flight 1 of the Open division
16U Thunder – Outstanding 7-1 match record, won Flight 2C of the Club division
18U Comets – After an outstanding 3-0 Sunday, finished in Flight 1B of the Open Division