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Jaimee Pitt, Amherst High School

May 4, 2014
 
Jaimee Pitt
Jaimee Pitt
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JAIMEE PITT

JAIMEE PITT

Parents: Jay and Sue Pitt

High school: Amherst

Freshman letters, honors: Volleyball (letter), basketball (MVP, letter).

Other Sports/Accolades: I received Sentry Classic all-tournament team

Sophomore letters, honors: Volleyball (honorable mention all-conference, letter, captain), basketball (first-team all-conference, letter, captain),

Other Sports/Accolades: I received conference Player of the Year, Sentry Classic All-Tournament team and most outstanding player of that tournament, Channel 7 All-Star, and was voted team MVP.

Junior letters, honors: Volleyball (second-team all-conference, letter, captain), basketball (first-team all-conference, letter, captain),

Other Sports/Accolades: I received Conference Player of the Year, Sentry Classic all-tournament team, most outstanding player, and leading scorer of that tournament, Channel 7 All-Star, First team All-State, Gannett Central Wisconsin Media first team all-area, and was voted team MVP.

Senior letters, honors: Volleyball (first-team all-conference, letter, captain), basketball (first-team all-conference, first-team all-state, letter, captain).

Other Sports/Accolades: I received Conference Player of the Year, Sentry Classic All-Tournament team, most outstanding player, and leading scorer of that tournament, Channel 7 All-Star, and was voted team MVP. I was also selected to the WBCA all-star team.

Academic honors: I have earned Academic all-conference honors all four years; I have earned a minimum of High Honors each term of my high school career, and I have been a National Honor Society member since sophomore year.

Volunteer work: I have volunteered at Numerous youth basketball camps and tournaments, as well as officiated youth leagues; I have volunteered at multiple church dinners and local church play. As a part of the National Honor Society, I have volunteered at the school blood drive and written Santa letters to children.

Favorite sports memory: Being able to start on varsity my freshman year for both volleyball and basketball. I loved being able to play with that group of seniors, they were very welcoming and supported me even though I was just a freshman.

Advice to an athlete: Enjoy every moment of your high school athletics. These four years have go by so fast, you donít want to walk away with any regrets. Set goals and work hard every chance you get. Leave it all out there day in and day out.

Inspiration: My father. He has been there coaching me since day one, and he is the person who had the strongest influence in my love for basketball. He introduced me to the sport, and has helped me work to be the best I can be.

College plans: Next year I will be attending Winona State University for where I plan to study psychology. as well as being a part of the womenís basketball program. I aspire to be a Sports Psychologist where I hope to have my own private practice.

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