Elena Oglivie honored as Under Armour All-American

Elena Oglivie was honored as an Under Armour All-American, selected as one of the top 24 senior girls volleyball players in the nation. From left: assistant coach Kyle Miyamoto, Septimus Oglivie (father), Elena Oglivie, Helene Oglivie (mother), head coach Kainoa Obrey. Paul Honda/Star-Advertiser.

Tuesday morning, Seto Hall, college counseling assembly.

Students were treated to a surprise when senior classmate Elena Oglivie was recognized for earning Under Armour All-American volleyball honors. The four-time Star-Advertiser All-State Fab 15 and two-time player of the year selection was presented her All-American jersey. Oglivie, who will play at Stanford next season, will travel to Florida to play in the Dec. 31 match.



COMMENTS

  1. Old Timer December 3, 2019 2:06 pm

    Like Chris Blake said, “Generational Player.” She will be missed at ‘Iolani. Will follow her career as she represents Hawaii. I caught a youtube match of her playing Italy in the World Championship Gold match and Elena and the USA libero played two (wo)man serve receive. That is incredible passing half the court at the international level with those heavy international volleyballs that move a ton.


  2. Ha'aha'a December 5, 2019 8:21 am

    Other Hawaii girls who made it on the Under Armour All-American List.
    Bryanne Soares – Second Team
    Tara Desa – Honorable Mention
    KeoniLei Akana – Honorable Mention


  3. windward skies December 19, 2019 7:25 pm

    Amazing young lady. Epitome of class, humble and bright. Congratulations on your well earned achievements. Great to hear Iolani supported this student athletes dreams, but my god…3 AP classes last year as a junior? This Raider is going places! Way to represent the 808 and the nation Elena!


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