Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Lizzie teaching Tie Dye to Coach Haught

Lizzie took time out of her schedule to tie dye with Coach Haught. The team all knows how Coach Haught feels about tie dye (he is not a fan), but Lizzie offered to tie dye with him and it was a great success! The only thing is he could probably use a couple more practice rounds before letting anyone wear his tie dye.They both had a great time and are hoping to tie dye with the whole team during pre-season this summer! video

Sunday, December 19, 2010

Video from Banquet

Here is some of the video from our night. The clips are from our dinner, the seniors and their gifts that Coach Cavanaugh made for them and team awards! video video video

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

More Pictures from Team Banquet!



OCVB end of the year banquet!






OCVB had their end of the year banquet on Friday December 10th and it was a great time! Laura Jessee was awarded MVP, Maggie Jacobson was awarded Best team player and Chinwe Okona was awarded Most Improved. Not only did these three get honored by their team, but walked away with some great gifts! LJ received an amazing Harry Potter calendar and Harry Potter wall art. Maggie got some great glow sticks to go with her unbelievable dance moves and a couple scarfs to accessories her great fashion style. Chinwe got a five pound gummy bear, because it's something she would take if she was stuck on an island and you never know what might happen. Along with that she received a Harry Potter journal to write down her wonderful thoughts. The team started out the night with a great dinner at Olive Garden. From there we headed back to Wong's house for awards, senior gifts, highlight tape and the team tradition t-shirt exchange.

Friday, December 3, 2010

Wong the beauty Queen of the team

Hey there bloggers!
As you may or may not know, I am the beauty queen on the team. I thought I would share with you my other life. I am an avid participant of the Miss America Organization. I know beauty pageants may seem as though they are filled with bimbos in nice dresses. However, as someone with first-hand experience it is quite the opposite. Preparation for pageants is actually quite extensive. Volleyball has helped me with prep for swimsuit, which I won last weekend! Interview skills come with basic practice. Oberlin has helped me to become more articulate and efficient when speaking both to a panel of judges and on-stage. My weekends typically consist of a pageant or of pageant prep of some kind. The other stereotype is that pageant girls don't eat...that is not TRUE! We eat probably more than most people...but we do want and strive for world peace ;) That's all for now!
-Liz video video video