Our History

Overview

2005

The Beginning.

Oklahoma Peak Performance began in 2005 with six teams. It has now grown into one of the premier clubs in the state and nation and provides opportunities for over 300 players each year. In addition, we have served over 2,200 players in our developmental camps for ages 8-13.

2005

Since then

est. 2005

During its existence, Peak has qualified more teams for the USA Junior National Championships than any volleyball club in the state. OP2 has qualified over 108 teams for the national tournament in 16 years and has placed over 25 players on various All-American teams. In addition Peak has the most automatic qualifiers (45) to the national tournament of any club in the state. Over the last sixteen years, Peak players and teams have been blessed to experience numerous successes

Since then

2005-2022

OP2 CLUB STATS

30 Qualifier Bids Earned
115 teams Qualified for USAV Nationals
25+ Club All-Americans

2005-2022

14 times in 17 years

14 Gatorade Players of the Year

The Gatorade State Player of the Year award was established in 1985 to recognize the nation’s most outstanding high school student-athletes for their athletic excellence, academic achievement and exemplary character. Learn more about the award here.

14 times in 17 years

Gatorade Players OF THE YEAR

2020-2021

Audrey Buford (Bishop Kelley HS)

2019-2020

Kamryn Bacus (Edmond North HS, Lipscomb University)

2018-2019

Olivia Curtis (Christian Heritage Academy, Univ. of Oklahoma)

2017-2018

Olivia Curtis (Christian Heritage Academy, Univ. of Oklahoma)

2016-2017

Alli Evans (Edmond Memorial HS, Univ. of Tulsa)

2015-2016

Hannah Rose Frohling (Edmond North HS, Pepperdine University)

2014-2015

Audrey Alford (Norman North HS, Univ. of Oklahoma)

2013-2014

Josie Gandall (Bishop Kelley HS, St. Louis University)

2012-2013

Claire Kelley (Bishop Kelley HS, Univ. of Arkansas - soccer)

2010-2011

Micha Hancock (Edmond Memorial HS, Penn State University)

2009-2010

Micha Hancock (Edmond Memorial HS, Penn State University)

2007-2008

Kelsey Hancock (Edmond Memorial HS, Univ. of Tulsa)

2006-2007

Paige Erickson (Jenks HS, Univ. of Delaware)

2005-2006

Karissa Almgren (Edmond Memorial HS, Creighton University)