July 22-25, 2019 Grades 8-12
Utah State's head volleyball coach, Grayson DuBose and two of his assistant coaches are hosting a summer skills camp. CLICK HERE for more information and registration.
We have a lot to be proud of at Molten Volleyball Club. Here are a few highlights:
|Kamaile Hiapo, 5-7 libero, Skyline (Mesa, Arizona), Molten VBC – Arizona
Kamaile is one of eight finalists for the azcentral Sports Awards Girls High School Volleyball of the Year (#azcsportsawards) and they make up the Arizona Republic All-Arizona Girls Volleyball team for 2018.
The finalists were chosed by the azcentral sports high school sports reporters through observation and players and coaches interviews, as well as using stats and rankings.
The winner will be announced June 9th at the Sports Awards program.
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Congratulations Kamaile for being selected as an AVCA/Under Armour 1st Team All America!
Kamaile will be flown to participate in a match of the top 24 Athletes in the country during the NCAA D1 Final Four Matches on December 14. Kamaile is the only Arizona Athlete that will be representing Skyline High School and Molten Volleyball Club.
AND she made PrepVolleyball.com’s Class of 2019 Senior Aces!
"PrepVolleyball.com is proud to present its Senior Aces, the top 250 volleyball recruits in the Class of 2019."
"Many would suggest that Hiapo is the best volleyball player in Arizona regardless of position. A do-it-all player in high school (where she has been known to pass the entire court…by herself) and club, look for Hiapo to transition to the back row at the collegiate level. The progeny of NCAA volleyball coaches (she also has a brother who won a national championship at BYU), Hiapo simply knows the game and can execute at a high level regardless of the skill needed. She is a powerful terminator, knows her way around a set, passes with precision and defends with reckless abandon. Kamaile is in the middle of everything happening on her team’s side of the net…on every play. A fearless competitor driven to greatness, Hiapo has the athletic ability and innate volleyball skill to be an impact libero at Arizona, where she has committed."
Kamaile also made the Arizona Girls 1st Team All State this past high school season, and made the 1st Team All Tournament at AAU Nationals with Molten.
|2017 - 18 Girls 18 Black Team made the Gold Division in AAU Nationals|
Also, former Molten Athletes that are currently competing or recently completed College:
|Kanani Hiapo, Benedictine University
Starting Setter, and Yavapai College 1st team ACCAC All Conference and 6A All Region Team
Jessica Perry and Trae (Johnson) Landvatter
took 6th place at the NJCAA National Championship in West Virginia on the Mesa Community College team.
Both were Starting Hitters and Trae made All Region.
Kennadee Coplen, Mesa Community College
Starting Setter, All State Setter
They go on a full-circle recruiting tour,
have bootcamp style training on the beach with local college and high school coaches to learn the Hawaii style of play,
socialize with local teams and of course, get to visit some of the major sites.
|Hiking Diamond Head||2018 Group Training in Hawaii||University of Hawaii||U of H Assoc. Head Coach Jeff Hall|