Summer Nash Gets Gets Ready for SDSU Volleyball Sophomore Season

ORGANIC FOOD FROM THE HILLCREST
AND NORTH PARK FARMERS’ MARKET
ARE IN SUMMER’S WEEKLY FOOD REGIMEN

The San Diego State University woman Volleyball team player
was highly recruited and has already started to make a name for
herself at SDSU. She has Olympic potential that is clear
to those who have watched her.

Summer Nash in the kitchen at the
Enchanted Garden Intentional Community
July 31, 2011.

PLANT YOUR DREAM
AS THE PLANT GROWS
SO DOES THE SEED DREAM




Summer loves to garden and to cook with organic foods.
She has the potential to inspire many other students
at nearby SDSU to take a healthy path through her example.




Summer Nash with Sylvia, sister of Joe Rodriguez Jr,
of JR Organics, shopping at the Hillcrest Farmers’ Market early in June 2011.

SDSU ROSTER
SUMMER NASH

SUMMER NASH

HIGH SCHOOL
Played two season of varsity volleyball at Bishop Blanchet High School in Seattle, Wash., where she was coached by Matt Cheng … As a senior, led her prep team at the 3A state championship and was named all-tourney and MVP at the state tournament … Named to Seattle area all-star team … Won Seattle Times Athlete of the Week honors and was selected Bishop Blanchet’s MVP … As a member of the track team during her senior year, was league and district champion in both the high jump and discus … Finished fourth in the state in the discus and eighth in the high jump … Selected team MVP and Most Inspirational … Also lettered in swimming and was named Most Improved … Transferred to Bishop Blanchet after two years at Mount Si HS in Snoqualmie, Wash., and could not play varsity volleyball as a junior due to state transfer rules … Was named Most Inspirational as a JV athlete that season … Played two seasons of volleyball at Mount Si, earning a varsity letter as a sophomore and was named all-area honorable mention … Also competed for the Mount Si track team winning a league title in the high jump and finishing second in the pole vault in 2007.

CLUB
Played four years as a middle blocker and outside hitter for the Kent Juniors Volleyball Club (KJVBC) in Kent, Wash. … Team won regional titles in both 2009 and 2010 … Also captured the championship at the Emerald City Classic Tournament in Seattle.

PERSONAL
Summer Montana Nash was born May 18, 1992, in Bozeman, Mont. … Daughter of Avery Ash … Interests include philosophy, nutrition and the outdoors … Enjoys arts and crafts, longboarding and activities with friends … Favorite athlete is Swedish track and field athlete Carolina Kluft … Majoring in environmental studies … Was also recruited by Arizona, Portland, TCU, UNLV and Gonzaga

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Nash Invited to Training for U-21 National Teamhttp://goaztecs.cstv.com/sports/w-volley/spec-rel/053111aab.html

Summer Nash was invited to join the preliminary training team for the Junior (U-21) National Beach team.

May 31, 2011

SAN DIEGO – San Diego State volleyball player Summer Nash has been invited to join the preliminary training team for the Junior (U-21) National Beach team. Practices will start tomorrow, June 1st, and be held each Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Hermosa Beach Pier.

Nash earned the invite after a strong performance at the USAV Beach High Performance Tryouts earlier this month. The tryouts were held following the last day of competition at the CBS Sports Alt Games Collegiate Beach Championship, which Nash also participated in.

Practices for the preliminary training team will be held until July 5, when the field will be narrowed to approximately eight athletes. Those who make the final cut then play in the USAV High Performance Championships, July 15-17, at Hermosa Beach.

An outside hitter, Nash, is coming off a successful freshman campaign for the Aztecs. She played in 24 of 32 matches, notching 159 kills with a 2.74 kills per set average. Between Oct. 21 and Nov. 4 of last year, Nash had a string of six straight double figures kill matches. She also hit better than .300 in 11 matches during the course of the year.

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