Juliette G.

Middle Blocker

Class of 2023

Team Quebec

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Height: 6’1

Spike: 3.00 m

Block: 2.80 m

T-Test: 9.75 seconds

Back toss: 10.80 m

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

  1. Competitive
  2. Encouraging
  3. Resilient
  4. Focused
  5. Coachable

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

  1. Outgoing
  2. Disciplined
  3. Confident
  4. Enthusiastic
  5. Perservering

Describe how you work in a team with your partners.

I communicate a lot with my teammates to decide the tactics that will make us win the game. I have no problem receiving criticism from my teammates. I always encourage others and I make sure that my team is always united as much in the victorious moments as in the failures. At a critical moment I am the one who is able to get my team to work harder and not give up.

Athletic highlights and how you felt when you received them.

In 2019, it was my first year in juvenile division 1. My expectations were not as high as they are now, but my team and I performed well. We finished in third position at the provincial championship and in first place in the regular season in terms of points. I was really happy, and it proved me that anything is possible when you work hard. In May 2019, my team and I won the 17th place at the U17 Canadian Championship among a hundred teams. I felt really proud and this proved me that I can carve out a place for myself nationally. In April 2019, I won the first place at the U17 provincial civil championship. I felt proud once again because we won the game against our biggest rivals. It was intense! For my second year in juvenile division 1 in 2020, my team and I won the first place at the provincial championship. We have been working hard for two years for this. I won the female student-athlete prize for sport and study perseverance category at the 2018 RSEQ gala and I won the Effort and Perseverance award at the end of the 2019-2020 season. It proved that I never gave up even though I was injured at the start of the season.

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

I did cross-countries and aquathlons in high school. Now I do rhythmic fitness classes in cegep. At home, I run either outside or on my treadmill. I really enjoy swimming and running because these two disciplines develop my endurance and

my cardio. I think this is important as a middle blocker because you have to be “everywhere” and during a long rally you have to do a lot of quick moves.

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

I love playing ukulele. I think it’s relaxing, and it helps releasing my stress. I played a lot of ukulele during quarantine. I also do modeling for a Quebec artisan jewelry store. I love to model since I am comfortable in front of the camera. Modeling helps bring out my feminine and girly side. It also allowed me to gain more self-confidence.

 Who are your role models and why?

My dad is my role model because he taught me to work hard to achieve my goals even if I had to take a more difficult path to achieve the same result as someone else. He taught me to be disciplined and discipline is now a quality I use most to reconcile sport and study. He taught me that a good attitude is ideal for learning better and for training better.

Academic highlights and how you felt when you received them.

During my five years in high school, I received the Distinction in Studies award every year. It is gratifying to know that my efforts to have good grades are rewarded.

What program would you like to attend in school?

Law or psychology

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

I want the best experience. I want to combine fun, dedication and effort. I want to work hard and play hard. I want to represent a university in the best possible way. I want to perform as athletically as academically.

 

 

 

2020 Volleyball Schedule:

DUE TO COVID-19 ALL TOURNAMENTS POSTPONED 

 

 

juliette g. 

Middle Blocker

Athletic Accomplishments

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Cegep Edouard-Montpetit

  • Class of 2023
  • (pre-college university program unique to Quebec)

College Jean de la Mennais

  • graduated from grade 11
  • 84% class average
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High School sports and participation: 

  • Volleyball

Lynx of Edouard-Montpetit team

  • will graduate from Cegep 2023

Amiral of Jean de la Mennais team

  • 2016 – 2020
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Team Quebec High Performance

  • 2020 Middle Blocker
  • 2019 Middle Blocker
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Quebec Volleyball Association: 

  • 2019 Bronze medal Provincial Championship
  • 2019 17th Canadian National Championships
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Awards and Recognition:

  • 2018 Sport & Study Perseverance  RSEQ Gala
  • 2019 Effort and Perseverance
  • Distinction in Studies award

 

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Instagram: juliettegosselinn

 

OCTOBER 2020

Cegep Edouard-Montpetit

(pre-college university program unique to Quebec)

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