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Aubreigh Applegate

Aubreigh Applegate
Aubreigh Applegate is a recent graduate of Ball State University with a focus in sports administration, marketing, and management. As a former DI volleyball player at the University of Dayton she is passionate about continuing her admiration for sports into her future career. Aubreigh is a current intern at Ultra Ankle where she assists with marketing promotions and enhancing sales for the company.

Recent Posts

The Complete Volleyball Tournament Packing Checklist

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 12, 2017 4:11:01 PM / by Aubreigh Applegate posted in Volleyball

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year for volleyball players. Club season has officially begun and you are gearing up to head to your first tournament. Packing may seem like the easy part, but sometimes you’ll need more than you think for a two or three day tournament. Use this checklist to ensure nothing gets left behind and you have everything packed away in your bag that you need.

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The Ultimate Volleyball Player Gift Guide

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 8, 2016 2:42:46 PM / by Aubreigh Applegate posted in Volleyball

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As if spending hundreds (or thousands) of dollars a year on playing volleyball itself alone isn't enough, sometimes the volleyball player in your life deserves a little something extra. Whether you're shopping for holiday gifts, birthday presents, or just a little something to surprise your teammate/best friend one of these gifts would be perfect for the volleyball player in your life.

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Top Recruitment Tips from a Former D1 Athlete

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 16, 2016 2:59:30 PM / by Aubreigh Applegate posted in Volleyball

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As a previous collegiate student athlete I can tell you my journey getting there was not as simple and easy as most people probably would think. I was not 6’0 tall, I was not the best of the best, and I did not come from a family of collegiate athletes that knew how the recruiting system worked. But I did know one thing – that I was going to do whatever it took to become a collegiate volleyball player.

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