Maile Lolohea
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    Maile Lolohea

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Salt Lake City, Utah

    High School:
    Highland HS

    Height:
    5-11

    Position:
    MH

    HIGH SCHOOL: Highland High School - Lettered three years in volleyball...coached by Clint Barnes...served as team captain during senior year...named MVP for Region 6...member of the team that won the 2007 Molton Classic Tournament...earned MVP honors at that tournament...also a member of the East/West Tournament championship team and the Las Vegas Battle Born championship team...four-year selection to the Deseret News and Salt Lake Tribune first-team all-state team...all-region for four years...named the Deseret News Prep of the Week...also lettered two years in track...was the top 100-meter hurdler in 2007 and 2008...qualified for the state meet in the discus throw...earned an honors diploma...ranked first in class during freshman year...member of the National Honor Society...recipient of the Martin Luther King Youth Leadership Award...served as senator...selected as Homecoming Queen during senior year...received a merit as a member of the debate team...was in the Highland Forum...wrote for the school newspaper.

    CLUB: Competed at the club level for Starlings Salt Lake and Club Union...coached by Si'I Auvaa...served as team captain...named 2008 Most Valuable Player...member of teams that qualified to nationals for five straight years.

    PERSONAL: Full name is Brittney Maile Lolohea...goes by Maile...daughter of Halani and Anna Lolohea...nicknames are "Lolo" and "Miss Samoa"...has four siblings, Precellia (21), Nikki (17), AJ (13) and Jordan (9)...majoring in aeronautical engineering...planning to minor in a foreign language...hobbies include eating, watching movies, playing sports, listening to music and visiting with family...attended the Academy's Prep School...named to the all-tournament team of the New Mexico Military Institute Classic...collected a season-best 36 kills against McCook Community College...added 25 kills against Colby Community College...served as MWR officer...played for the Intermountain Volleyball High Performance team in 2006 that competed in the Global Challenge...traveled to Italy, Slovenia and Austria with the team...greatest moment in sports came from winning the state championship title in 2005 with older sister, Precellia.

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