Another C.Q. Scholar Athlete!

Champion’s QUEST athlete Alysse Hogan Signs with D1 Volleyball Program!

All of the Athlete Performance Coaches here at Champion’s QUEST are so proud of Alysse! She has been working very hard on improving her volleyball skills, strength, power and quickness this off-season and it has paid off. She never quit believing in achieving her dream of playing at the D1 Collegiate level. Her dreams were achieved when the head coach, Traci Dahl of Indiana State University, signed Alysse with a full-ride scholarship!

Here is what her father Jeff had to say: “Hey Ryan, Thanks for all your encouragement and support for Alysse (and Jasmine). Wow! What a shock! I did not expect this for her. I know the C.Q. training was critical.”

I have to also thank Jan Green, Champion’s QUEST’s master volleyball coach, for all that she has done for Alysse! She played an intricate roll in this big step forward in Alysse’s career! {If you are interested in having your athlete train with coach Jan here at Champion’s QUEST, you can email her here}

Here is the Press Release form Indiana State University:

TERRE HAUTE, IND. – Indiana State volleyball coach Traci Dahl completed her Class of 2010 with the announcement that Alysse Hogan, a 6’-1” middle blocker and right side hitter from Seal Beach, Calif., has signed a National Letter of Intent to compete for the Sycamores starting this fall.

“We are pleased to have Alysse join the program here at ISU,” Dahl said. “Alysse is very athletic and loves to compete.  She plays for a well known club team in California and is getting some very good training before coming into college.  I am looking forward to seeing her progress the rest of this club season and expect her to come in and be a positive contributor to the team. Her best volleyball is yet to come.”

Hogan played volleyball at Los Alamitos High School where she lettered for two years and was named the Most Improved Player as a freshman. She helped lead the team … [Read The Full Article Here]

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