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Malia Quarles, goes by Mimi, is a senior at Gateway High School and this is her 4th year with West E, in which she has played as an outside and right side hitter. She was voted for All-section in volleyball during her junior year and second team All-section during her senior year. She served as captain of her volleyball team senior year and is a 4 year letter winner. She also won high honor roll. In addition to sports and academics, Mimi also participates in volunteer opportunities, including mentoring at Cleveland Steward Elementary, volunteer coaching at Murrysville Sportzone Volleyball Clinic, and manager of Gateway High School Boy's Volleyball team. Mimi would like to study Physical Therapy in college and is considering attending Chatham University, Cal U, or IUP. In her spare time, Mimi enjoys art. Her favorite volleyball memory is going to Kentucky junior year for a 3-day tournament. One of the things she will miss about playing at West E is "the huge family it brings together with all the coaches and players." Her advice to younger girls coming through the program is, "play in practice like you would a game, and build connections with your teammates because they could turn into your lifelong friends."

 Meghan Alexander, goes by Meg, is a senior at Penn Trafford High School and this is her 2nd year with West E, in which she has played as a setter and an outside hitter. She has voted second team All-section in volleyball. She is part of the National Honors Society and has won high honor roll. Meg also participates in various volunteer opportunities, including Community Action Program, Active Minds, Students Against Destructive Decisions, Biology Club, Women in Science Club, and Spanish Club. She would like to study chemistry in college and is considering attending Slippery Rock, Westminster, or Bloomsburg. In her spare time, Meg enjoys spending her time with friends and family, studying for classes, and traveling. Her favorite volleyball memory was beating two of Penn Trafford's biggest rivals in her senior year of volleyball. One of the things she will miss about playing at West E is "the friends I've made and the coaches who helped shape me into the player I am today." Her advice to younger girls coming through the program is, "time really does go fast, enjoy every moment you have. Make the most of your time with Westmoreland Elite an in high school."


Westmoreland Elite Volleyball Club
Lindsay Lesofsky 

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