Senior Highlight: Katie Kolar

Today in our senior highlight series, we are featuring 18EP player Katie Kolar. Katie is a senior at Norman North High School and was a member of the varsity volleyball team, as well as the varsity soccer, basketball, and track teams. Next year, she is committed to play volleyball at West Virginia University. Go Mountaineers!

Katie’s Senior Season Awards include: Norman North Varsity Volleyball Co-MVP, COAC Offensive Player of the Year, 6A State All-Tournament Team, 6A All State West Team, VYPE Magazine “Miss Volleyball Oklahoma,” AVCA All-American Honorable Mention, AVCA All-Region Team, and Mustang Tournament All-Tournament Team.

Katie’s other awards include: COAC Player of the Year, Broken Arrow Tournament All-Tournament Team, Mustang Tournament All-Tournament Team, Jenks Tournament MVP, OKC Metro HS Sports Award Nominee, and Norman North Varsity MVP (Junior). Owasso Tournament All-Tournament Team and Broken Arrow Tournament Al-Tournament Team (Sophomore).

On top of her numerous athletic achievements, Katie is also very active in extracurriculars including being an active member of SPUD (Students Performing Unselfish Deeds), National Honor Society, and Rotary Club, and is a Service Learning Volunteer which are students who work with special needs students on daily basis at Norman North. While participating in many sports and volunteer opportunities, Katie has maintained a 4.0 GPA, is ranked 1st in her class, is an AP Scholar and National Honor Society Member, and earned 6A First Team Academic All-State for Track.

Katie’s parents say “Katie has been incredibly blessed, and we are extremely grateful and also very proud of her. She is a person of integrity and faith, and she cares deeply about doing the right thing. She is very smart, works extremely hard, and is a fierce competitor and true team player. She plays with joy and passion, and she knows what a blessing it is to be able to play volleyball at an elite level.” While at West Virginia University, Katie plans to major in biology eventually becoming a physician’s assistant after spending a few years in missionary work. 

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