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Girls' Volleyball

About the Team
 
The Morris Catholic Girl's Volleyball has had plenty of success over the course of the past few seasons. This year the team is led by a plethora of underclassmen, and a few seniors who will use their experience and love for the sport to guide the younger players along the way. With many players participating in club teams throughout New Jersey, the team should continue to excel and improve each and every week. 
 
For more information about our Girl's Volleyball team, contact Coach Meyer at cmeyer@morriscatholic.org.
 
Milestones/ Season Accomplishments: 
Liz Kelson : 500 Career Kills
Riley O'Hagan - 500 Career Assists
Alicia (Ala?) Pokrzywa : 1000 Career Digs
NJAC Freedom Divisions Champs
 
Crusaders Playing in College: 
Liz Kelson - Lycoming
Riley O'Dowd - Susquehanna
 
About the Coaches
 
Corey Meyer, Head Coach 
Coach Meyer has coached at multiple different schools at both the high school and collegiate level (Clifton High School, Paterson Charter School, Montclair State University) This is his first year coaching at Morris Catholic High School. Coach Meyer played volleyball at Clifton High School, and then attended Montclair State where he studied Physical / Health Education while playing on the Men's Club Volleyball Team.
 
Thea Arico, Freshman Coach
As an Alum of Morris Catholic, Coach Thea Arico returned in 2018 as the Freshman Volleyball coach and JV Girl's Basketball head coach. While a student at MCHS she was involved in Girl's soccer, Girl's basketball and was the first female member of the golf team. She was also Head Campus Minister and served on Student Government.
 
Coach Arico earned her BS in Early Childhood/Special Education from Misericordia University in Dallas, PA. While a student at Misericordia she was a member of the Women's basketball team and was a 2-year captain of the Women's golf team. 
 
Coach Arico's coaching philosophy is focused on development in character, skill, and self - both on the court and in the community. 
 
Robby Joseph, Assistant Coach