Join JSerra Counseling and Athletics for the annual NCAA/NAIA information night, Wednesday, December 5. Receive information regarding tools, resources, direction and college recruiting information necessary to help student-athletes play and compete at the collegiate level. The goal is to educate our families about the recruiting process, the opportunities available to them, and help student-athletes find the college that meets their academic, athletic, and financial needs.
The guest speaker will be Jennifer Noonan, founder of College Sports Quest. Noonan is a graduate of U.C. Santa Barbara who grew up in Orange County where she currently resides. Having played a variety of sports in high school that included winning a CIF state championship, Noonan is an active youth sports instructor, mentor and coach. Noonan and her team are dedicated to helping student-athletes pursue their dreams of playing and competing at the collegiate level while earning a college degree.
Wednesday, December 5
6:00 PM – 7:30 PM in the Center Room
Open to all grade levels.
Please see the attached flyer for more information. To RSVP to Michele Murphy at email@example.com.
JSerra boys volleyball coach Tim Layton is traveling to Utah this weekend to be honored on the 10 year anniversary when BYU defeated top- ranked UCLA to become the 2001 NCAA Division I Champions. Layton was a member of the championship team who finished with a record 23-4 and defeated UCLA 3-0 in the championship game.
“I’m really looking forward to the weekend and re-connecting with my former teammates. It was a great year and it is a life long memory to know I was a part of this NCAA Championship team,” Layton said.
The team will be honored during the BYU vs. UCLA match on Saturday, February 5. The reunion includes all of the players and coaches from 10 years ago including former JSerra boys volleyball coach, Troy Tanner.
Tanner was an assistant coach at BYU during this championship run. This reunion comes at a time when Coach Layton is gearing up for the 2011 volleyball season.
“I’m excited about this season. The boys have been working hard in the off-season doing strength training, playing club volleyball and improving their conditioning. We should field a competitive team this year and I’m ready for the season to begin.”