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October 21, 2014
AP 15 PHD Finishes 2nd at Nationals & Earns Silver Medals!
5 AP Teams Finish Top 10 at Nationals!
6 AP Players Named to Nationals All-Tournament Teams
AP 15 PHD played in the 4 day AAU National Volleyball Championships in Orlando, Florida. The team made an impressive run to the finals of the 15 Premier division and walked away with a 2nd place national finish and silver medals. Three AP players - Alyssa Carlin, Paige Etherington and Jessica Schwenke - were named to the AAU 15 Premier All-Star team.
AP 15 Ikaika also played in AAU Nationals in Orlando and the team made their way to the quarterfinals of the 15 Club division and earned a 5th place national finish. AP 15 Ikaika's Karen Crews was named to the 15 Club All-Star team!
AP 17 Eclectic played in the 17 USA division of USA Junior Nationals in Minneapolis, Minnesota after earning a bid by winning the Lone Star Classic National Qualifier. The team lost a tough day 3 cross match versus the eventual champion and then finished strong on day 4 earning a 5th place national finish. AP 17 Eclectic's Brittany Adams and Anna Lee Koester were named to the 17 USA All American team.
AP 14 Samurai played in the 14 USA division of USA Junior Nationals in Minneapolis, Minnesota after earning a bid by winning the Lone Star Classic National Qualifier. AP 14 Samurai had a great run and finished with an impressive 7th place national finish.
AP 16 Legacy played in the 16 Club division of AAU Nationals in Orlando and made their way to the gold bracket where they finished in 9th place overall out of the 135+ team field.
AP 16 Gazelle played in the 16 National division of USA Junior Nationals in Minneapolis after earning a bid at Lone Star Regionals. Gazelle finished 13th out of the solid 48 team field.
AP 18 Puma played in the 18 American division of USA Junior Nationals in Minneapolis after earning a bid at Lone Star Regionals. Puma finished 23rd out of the 48 team qualified field.
July 5, 2014
AP 16 Gazelle & AP 18 Puma Earn Bids to USA Junior Nationals
4 AP Teams Qualified for Nationals
AP 16 Gazelle & AP 18 Puma each played on May 3-4 in Lone Star Regionals. AP 16 Gazelle went 7-1 in matches finishing 2nd overall out of 75 teams and walked away with silver medals. The 2nd place finish also earned AP 16 Gazelle a bid in the National division to USA Junior Nationals.
AP 18 Puma finished 4th overall out of 26 teams in the 18 Bid division at Lone Star Regionals. The finish earned them a bid in the American division to USA Junior Nationals.
AP 14 Samurai & AP 17 Eclectic had each previously qualified when they won the Lone Star Classic. This brings AP's total to 4 teams which will head to Minneapolis this summer for USA Junior Nationals.
May 6, 2014
AP 14 Samurai & AP 17 Eclectic Win Lone Star Classic National Qualifier
Earn Bids to USA Junior Nationals
AP 14 Samurai went a perfect 9-0 at the Lone Star Classic National Qualifer, winning the USA division and earning a bid to Junior Nationals this summer in Minneapolis.
A week later, AP 17 Eclectic traveled to Dallas to compete in the second weekend of the Lone Star Classic. AP 17 Eclectic went a perfect 9-0 on their way to winning the USA division and earning a bid to USA Junior Nationals.
In addition to AP 14 Samurai and AP 17 Eclectic winning the Lone Star Classic, AP teams had 6 more top 10 finishes at national qualifiers during the first 3 weeks of April.
In Kansas City, AP 14 Samurai went 8-1 and earned bronze medals. AP 15 PHD lost in the quarterfinals to the eventual champion earning PHD a 5th place finish at the Show Me National Qualifier.
On the first weekend of the Lone Star Classic, AP 11 Wolverines finished 5th overall and AP 13 Clutch finished 9th overall. On the second weekend of the Lone Star Classic, AP 18 Puma went 9-1 and finished 3rd overall earning bronze medals. AP 12 Padawan finished 7th overall.
In the first 3 weeks of April, AP 16 Gazelle and AP 16 Legacy each won a 17s tournament. AP 16 Gazelle won the 2-day College Showcase tournament playing AP 17 Viper in the finals. AP 16 Legacy was a perfect 6-0 earning their 17s tournament championship.
April 22, 2014
|2014 - AP 15 PHD Runner-Up Silver Medalists - AAU Nationals|
|2014 - AP 14 Samurai 5th Place - USA Nationals|
|2014 - AP 17 Eclectic 5th Place - USA Nationals|
|2014 - AP 15 Ikaika 5th Place - AAU Nationals|
|2014 - AP 16 Legacy 9th Place - AAU Nationals|
|2013 - AP 18 Gazelle 3rd Place - USA Nationals|
|2013 - AP 15 PHD 5th Place - USA Nationals|
|2012 - AP 16 Black Mamba 3rd Place - USA Nationals|
|2012 - AP 13 Puma 9th Place - AAU Nationals|
|2012 - AP 17 Apex 9th Place - AAU Nationals|
|2011 - AP 17 Eclectic 5th Place - USA Nationals|
|2010 - AP 15 Gazelle 3rd Place - AAU Nationals|
|2010 - AP 17 Eclectic 5th Place - AAU Nationals|
|2009 - AP 15 PHD 9th Place - USA Nationals|
|Lone Star Region|
|AP 16 Gazelle 2014 Runner-Up|
|AP 16 Black Mamba 2013 Champions (18 Non-Bid)|
|AP 14 Samurai 2013 Champions (15 Non-Bid)|
|AP 15 PHD 2013 Runner-Up (17 Non-Bid)|
|AP 14 Juggernaut 2013 Runner-Up (14 Non-Bid)|
|AP 15 PHD 2012 Champions|
|AP 18 Stealth 2012 Runner-up|
|AP 16 Black Mamba 2012 3rd Place|
|AP 18 Apex 2011 Champions|
|AP 15 PHD 2011 Champions (16 Non-Bid)|
|AP 16 Stealth 2010 Champions|
|AP 15 PHD 2010 Runner-Up|
|AP 15 PHD 2009 Champions|
|AP 16 Stealth 2008 Champions|