Volleyball – UH player tries to take game to international level

A hiatus from competitive volleyball during the offseason is not a priority for one Cougar.
Junior middle blocker Lucy Charuk spent the weekend attempting to gain a spot on the roster of the Canadian National “B” Team.
Though Charuk tried out for the “B” team, a good impression could vault her onto the “A” team. Charuk was among 52 other players at the tryouts vying for a spot.
The final cut will be made on April 8. If she makes the team she will travel to Manitoba for a four-day selection camp from May 8-12.
The team will be training for the 2011 International Sports Federation Games on Aug. 12-23, which are being played in Shenzhen, China.
Charuk is a native of Tswwassen, British Columbia. She was instrumental to the Cougars’ turnaround season in 2010, leading the team with 361 kills, and making the All-Conference USA First Team.

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