Colleen DeLisle

S/OPP
Waukesha, WI
Headshot
Grad:2018
HT:5'9
WT:140 LBS
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DATEEVENT ATTENDEDVIDEO
12/15/2016Volleyball Factory Select Training at the NCAA Championship Play in this window
05/08/2015College PREP - Milwaukee, WI Play in this window
Colleen DeLisle Waukesha, WI info@factoryathletics.com 855-822-5115
Grad Year:2018Height:5'9Weight: 140 LBS
Position S/OPP Hand:    
High School:Kettle Moraine Volleyball Academy (KMVA) Club Team:Southwest VBC
Grading Scale

Athletic Assessment

Standing Reach: 90'' Block Touch: 111'' Approach Touch: 114'' Short Shuttle Run: 4.80

Technical Assessment

Serve: 6 Serve Receive: 5 Attack: 5 Block: 6 Dig: 5 Setting: 6

Technical Focus

  • (CT) Jump Float
          • Location
          Notes Evaluations Are Reviewed by Kristee Porter
          12/15/2016 - Volleyball Factory Select Training at the NCAA Championship - Colleen is a 2018 Setter/Outside. Colleen has a good reaction time and gets her feet to the ball. She has smooth hands and connects well with her hitters creating a great tempo to the pins and is constantly working to jump set even more to help her hitters pull blockers. During 6 on 6 gameplay she opened up towards her defense and closed on contact creating it harder for the blockers to know where she was about to set. She makes a fluid movement from serve receive and transitioning to the outside with a good backswing and creating a high touch on the ball making it easy for her to work around the block. Right now she is working on releasing faster from defense to arrive early for the set. Colleen has a great attitude and tons of potential and will do great on any collegiate program.
          05/08/2015 - College PREP - Milwaukee, WI - Colleen is still learning her position as an outside hitter but is willing to know more and once information is provided to her she has the ability to make changes. Her scores show slight inexperience but she has great physical tools to really elevate her game to the next level. I would like to see her develop more power on the ball and become more vocal. As she continues to grow I am certain she will make a strong team even better as she sifts through her collegiate choices.