Girls’ volleyball program begins beach season

Aaron Lyons

Since its inception last year, the girls’ beach volleyball team has continued to garner support from various members of the girls’ volleyball team.
A team was started last year by the head of the Amateur Athletic Union for Beach Volleyball, Gino Grajeda. Grajeda contacted Adam Black, the head of Harvard-Westlake volleyball, along with coaches from other schools such as Marymount, Palos Verdes and Valencia, and a league was started.
“Not everyone on the indoor team is playing beach volleyball, but beach improves your indoor skills because there are only two players [on the court], so you’re guaranteed to touch the ball every single play,” Josephine Kremer ’14 said. The beach volleyball team will play in its first tournament on March 16.