NAME: Kelsey Maxwell
SCHOOL: Wyoming High School
GRADUATING YEAR: 2014
GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT: Being part of Wyoming's first volleyball district championship team
PARENTS: Matt & Misty
BIGGEST INFLUENCE: "My sister Emily Wheatley for her ability to work with and love people with disabilities, and my parents for being supportive and demonstrating how hard work pays off."
FUTURE GOAL: "Graduate college with a physical therapy doctorate and start a business with my sister."
Kelsey Maxwell is a 4-year varsity starter at setter and holds several school records. She helped her team to a 23-4 record, including an undefeated 14-0 record (and the league title) in the CHL, a 4th straight district championship and an Ohio regional semifinalist finish.
For the season, Kelsey had 659 assists, 118 digs, 40 kills, and 26 service aces. Her junior year she had 788 assists, 109 digs, 30 aces and earned earned numerous honors, including being named CHL Player of the Year, 1st team all-city, and 1st team all-Ohio in Div. II. She also had a remarkable 2,794 assists in her great career.
Active in community service, Kelsey is a National Honor Society student with a 4.14 GPA. She also competes in swimming for the Lady Cowboys. She will play volleyball at the next level, but has not yet selected a college.
Her favorite athlete is Misty May Treanor, favorite entertainer is Adam Sandler, favorite books are the Hunger Game series and her most-like-to-meet is Jennifer Lawrence.
COACH'S QUOTE – "Kelsey is a great competitor and a true leader. She quietly out works and out plays most others. She wins the respect of her teammates with her selfless work effort and her desire to win. She feeds the team with compassion and drive."
— Julie Plitt, Volleyball Coach
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