Sydney Burke

L/OH
Little Egg Harbor, NJ
Headshot
Grad:2017
HT:5'6
WT:115 LBS
Hand:Right
DATEEVENT ATTENDEDVIDEO
01/29/2016National Tryout - Manheim (Harrisburg), PA  
12/27/2015Volleyball Factory Advanced Winter Training at Lake Placid Play in this window
07/26/2015National Tryout - Baltimore, MD  
06/13/2015College PREP - New Brunswick, NJ Play in this window
Sydney Burke Little Egg Harbor, NJ info@factoryathletics.com 855-822-5115
Grad Year:2017Height:5'6Weight: 115 LBS
Position L/OH Hand: Right   
High School:Pinelands Regional High School Club Team:Ocean County Volleyball Club
Grading Scale

Athletic Assessment

Standing Reach: 84'' Block Touch: 104'' Approach Touch: 107'' Short Shuttle Run: 4.83

Technical Assessment

Serve: 6 Serve Receive: 6 Attack: 6 Block: 5 Dig: 5 Setting: 7

Technical Focus

  • (CT) Jump Float
            Notes Evaluations Are Reviewed by Kristee Porter
            12/27/2015 - Volleyball Factory Advanced Winter Training at Lake Placid - Sydney is a 2017 Libero. She had good speed and solid contact with the ball on her serve, creating a consistent jump float each time. Sydney had great lateral movements while in defense and serve receive which led to accurate passes to the setter. Being a very vocal player created her to be more aggressive on plays and pushing her to the next level in defense picking up a lot of balls. She is continuing to work on her reaction time when she is playing defense out of middle back. Overall, Sydney is a hard working player and with continued coaching, reps and exposure she will have the opportunity to play at the next level and be a valuable asset to a great collegiate program.
            06/13/2015 - College PREP - New Brunswick, NJ - Sydney is a coachable player and is willing to learn once information is provided. And although young, she has the athletic ability to make changes. I would like to see her compete and train at a high level in order to see how fast she can make corrections and how easily she could get to the next level of play for her position. From a technical standpoint, I would like for her to develop a backswing in her approach and to develop more power on her attack. She does show consistency in her attack and shows a fast arm/wrist which is important when playing on the outside. Speeding up her footwork in the backcourt will also help her become a six rotation player. She has time on her side to make these improvements, and we trust she will with hard work.