Elizabeth Harvey

Laurel, MD
11/12/2015Volleyball Factory - Maryland Elite Tryout  
10/31/2015Volleyball Factory - Maryland Elite Clinic  
02/04/2015College PREP - Baltimore, MD Play in this window
12/09/2014MD Elite Team Video Play in this window
11/18/2014Maryland Elite Club Team (16-1)  
11/08/2014Volleyball Factory - Maryland Elite Tryout  
Elizabeth Harvey Laurel, MD info@factoryathletics.com 800-641-4487
Grad Year:2018Height:Weight: 0 LBS
Position L/OH Hand:    
High School: Club Team:
Grading Scale

Athletic Assessment

Standing Reach: 80'' Block Touch: 97'' Approach Touch: 98'' Short Shuttle Run: 6.40

Technical Assessment

Serve: 5 Serve Receive: 6 Attack: N/A Block: N/A Dig: 5 Setting: 5

Technical Focus

  • (CT) Top Spin
        • Posture
        • Movement
          Notes Evaluations Are Reviewed by Kristee Porter
          02/04/2015 - College PREP - Baltimore, MD - Elizabeth is working to build on the foundation she already has as a player. She showed balance in all skills with the ability to continue to grow and work to elevate skill. She seems willing to know more and once information is provided has the ability to make changes. She ranks above average at her position but there are still signs of youth. I would like to see her compete and train at 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. In regards to serving, Elizabeth can work on the consistency of her toss and hand contact on ball so that she is capable of having a consistent serve to specific zones. Elizabeth has a tendency to contact underneath the ball, which is why her serve is higher than the antenna most times. She can improve this by contacting the middle back of the ball. In serve receive, she can work on being in more of an athletic, ready position. Elizabeths footwork to the ball can also improve, which will help her have a better passing platform angle to get better passing results to the target. I would like for her to be more vocal on the court and I am sure that will happen as she gains more confidence through playing experience. Defensively, she can work on her reaction time by being quicker and ready to move to the ball. This aspect will develop with more playing experience as her ability to read the game improves. Offensively, Elizabeth can work on having a quick, explosive approach and contacting the ball at her highest reaching point as well as adding more shots (hitting different angles, line, shot, tip) to her game. As a libero, she can improve by being more comfrotable taking a ball overhead because she will sometimes have to do that when the setter takes the first ball. Overall, Elizabeth is still improving as a player but is on the right track as she works to smooth out her play.