Chloë Hunter

Right Side / Setter

Class of 2024

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Chloë Hunter

Right Side / Setter

Stats

Discipline for Recruitment: Indoor

Height: 5’8.5″

Spike Touch: 3’6″

Block Touch: 3’4″

Standing Reach: 7’1″

Athletic Accomplishments

  • Durham Attack Blaze
    • Black Team
    • Setter (lefty)
    • 2018-2022

  • Maxwell Heights S.S.
    • 2021-2022
    • Senior Team
    • Right Side

  • Maxwell Heights S.S.
    • Class of 2024
    • 87.5% Average
    • Honour Roll: June 2021, December 2021

    ASAD Academy for Student Athlete Development
    • 2020-present
    • Volleyball Skills Stream

  • • OVA Championships 2021/22 - 5th, Div 1, Tier 1
    • LOSSA Finals 2021/22 - Silver Medalist
    • OVA Championships 2018/2019 - Bronze Medalist 13U D1T2
    • Junior Canadian National Championships 2018 - Youngest Athlete to ever compete, 6th

    DUE TO COVID – TOURNAMENT PLAY HAS BEEN IMPACTED

  • Durham Attack House League - Summer 2021, Winter 2022
    • Volleyball development, leadership and coaching young players.

    Include U - 2020-present
    • Fostering belongingness, physical and social activity between ASAD athletes and Thrive. (Thrive is an innovative program for individuals over the age of 18 with developmental disabilities.)

Athlete Bio

Five words you can use to describe yourself on the court.

• Hard-working
• Confident
• Communicative
• Intelligent
• Supportive

Five words you can use to describe yourself off the court.

• Respectful
• Positive
• Reliable
• Funny
• Motivated

Describe how you work in a team with your partners.

When working in a team, I am both collaborative and sharing of my ideas. As a setter, I communicate with my team and take on a leadership role in controlling the play during games. I try my best to support my teammates when they are down. I also try to continue to be positive and maintain a competitive edge.

Athletic highlights and how you felt when you received them:

• OVA Championships 2018/2019 – Bronze Medalist 13U D1T2
• Junior Canadian National Championships 2018 – Youngest Athlete to ever compete, 6th

When we achieved these accomplishments, I felt that our hard work as a team had paid off and that I was a contributing member to our success. I was also honoured to have been chosen to play as the only underage player to compete at Nationals amongst the best junior ultimate players in the country.

What are your interests outside of sports? Why do you like them?

My personal interests outside of sports are hanging out with family and friends. It’s nice to enjoy time with the people I love. I enjoy going to the cottage and spending time on the water and hiking. The time away is stress free and relaxing, which is much needed with my busy schedule. I also enjoy working out – it just keeps me feeling strong, fit and motivated.

Who are your role models and why?

My volleyball role models are Jen Cross and Tyler Scheerhoorn. Jen inspires me as she played for my club when she was younger and has worked hard to become the captain of Team Canada and a professional athlete in Europe. She was really inspiring in our team chat we had with her during COVID.

Tyler was one of my coaches at ASAD. He has taught me so much about volleyball and helped me to develop as an athlete. He has incredible knowledge and is a genuine person.

Brittney Dos Santos is a national level women’s ultimate frisbee player. She was the Junior National Athlete of the Year and is a core player on Team Canada and Toronto 6ixers. She is an incredible, agile athlete who is never negative on the field and who always has a moment of encouragement for me or anybody when she is on the sidelines.

Involvement in other sports or extracurricular. Why is it important for you?

I play competitive ultimate frisbee. It is important for me to play because I love the community and the difference in athletic ability required. It keeps my body strong in a different way from volleyball. Being involved in various aspects of the sport keeps me well rounded as both an athlete and person.

INCLUDE U is a collaboration between ASAD and Thrive. I think it is important to support the inclusion and the creation of a welcoming environment for people with developmental disabilities.

Academic highlights and how you felt when you received them?

Honour Roll is an academic highlight as I felt like I had achieved one of my goals and I have worked hard to maintain it.

What program would you like to attend in school?

I have not fully decided on a program so I am keeping my options open with my high school course selections, but mathematics and kinesiology are strong interests.

How do you envision your school life in college/university?

I envision my school life in college/university to have a strong balance between volleyball and academics, learning valuable skills for both life and my future career. I hope to play volleyball, gain a good education and enjoy campus life. Overall, I hope to become a well-rounded person.

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