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Once again, Peak led the state assault on the USAV national tournament with 10 teams who qualified for the USAV National Championships in late June/early July. Nine OP2 teams made the trek to Indy to compete against the top teams in the nation. USAV requires that teams qualify through either a national qualifier, a regional (state) tournament. or by receiving at-large bid. Every team at nationals had to earn their way to Indy.
Congratulations to 12 EP, 13 EP, 13 National, 14 EP, 15 EP, 15 National, 16 EP, 17 EP, and 17 National on representing the state of Oklahoma against the best competition in the nation. In addition, 18 EP earned the right to attend nationals by winning a national qualifer (Lone Star), but did not attend as many of their players had already reported to their universities.
Collectively, Peak posted one top 5 finish, two top 10 finishes, and five top 25 finishes. We are so proud of all these players and coaches who earned their way to nationals! Way to go ladies, coaches, and parents! GO PEAK
See the results below:
12-1 EP: 30th (National Division)
13-1 EP: 13th (National Division)
13-2 National: 63rd (American)
14-1 EP: 5th (National)
15-1 EP: 9th (National)
15-2 National: 50th (American)
16-1 EP: 19th (USA)
17-1 EP: 22nd (National)
17-2 National: 38th (American)
Did you know 1 in 6 adults, and 1 in 4 children in Oklahoma struggle with hunger? OP2 is committed to encouraging character development with its players, parents, and coaches through meeting the needs of others. On Saturday, December 17 from 1:30 – 4:00 pm, the Peak family will head to Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma, 3355 S. Purdue, OKC to sort and pack food to be distributed to those who struggle with hunger this winter.
We’ve set a goal of having 172 volunteers on this day. Will you help us reach that goal? Parents were sent an email with details and a Sign-Up Genius link to register. Or, contact your coach for the link as well. Help us make a difference this holiday season! #GoPeak
OP2’s group of coaches is one of the most knowledgeable and experienced coaching staffs in the nation. With over 70 national tournament appearances, 15 high school state championships, one national championship, and several Olympic medal appearances, Peak coaches can provide guidance and assistance to those wanting to grow and develop in the coaching profession.
Peak has opportunities for head coaches, assistant coaches, and those looking to work in our developmental programs with our 8-14 year old players.
We are always looking for great coaches in the making. If you’re interested in joining the Peak family, contact Greg Dewey, director of coach recruitment, at email@example.com.
Contact Will Ethridge at firstname.lastname@example.org for a list of coaches available to do lessons.
Practices begin on Saturdays this weekend, Nov. 26. Due to this, Open Gym is canceled until further notice. Once our practice schedule is in place for all teams, we will look for an alternate day and time to do the Open Gym days again. Thank you to all who came out over the last several months!
Interested in the OP2 Boys’ programs? Contact Randy Decker at email@example.com.
Congratulations to the USA Women’s National Sitting team on winning the gold medal in sitting volleyball at the Paralympics in Rio. The women beat China 3-0 to secure the first paralympic gold by any USA sitting team. Prior to Saturday’s loss, China had never lost a match in paralympic sitting volleyball competition.
Peak coaches and players played large roles in the win. Peak board member and owner, Bill Hamiter, is the women’s national team coach. Heather Erickson, named MVP of the tournament, coaches our 11 EP team. Women’s team players Lexi Shifflett and Katie Holloway also coached for Peak as did coordinator Elliot Blake.
Former Peak player, Kaleo Kanahele, was the setter for the national team. We are so proud of the team and all of the Peak family who had a part in this historic win. Great job TEAM USA!