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Senior Cameron Ulinski commits to D’Youville University for volleyball. She has been a strong contributor towards the success of the MSD varsity volleyball team in the 2022 and 2023 season. Photo permission from Tracy Ulinski.

Senior Cameron Ulinski commits to D’Youville University for volleyball

Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School varsity volleyball outside hitter Cameron Ulinski officially announced her commitment to D’Youville University on Thursday, Nov. 9. Starting in the fall of 2024, Ulinski will continue her athletic career as an outside hitter at the NCAA East Coast Conference of college sports.

Ulinski has played volleyball for almost half of her life. She not only played on the MSD varsity team for two consecutive years, but is also a part of the 18U Elite Navy team at Tribe Volleyball Club.

“I first started playing volleyball when I was in fourth grade, and have loved it ever since,” Ulinski said.

During the decision-making process, Ulinski is very grateful to have her family and friends with her to help make her decision. Knowing that she has them behind her back gives her great courage with everything she does.

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“My family and friends have been very supportive through this whole commitment process,” Ulinski said. “They have invested in everything I do for my whole life, and I wouldn’t be anywhere without them.”

Last fall was Ulinski’s first year playing on the Lady Eagles volleyball team, but was quickly able to establish herself as one of the best players on the team. She was given the captain position, and has cherished the leadership that comes with the title.

“Being able to be a captain of the team has truly been one of the best experiences,” Ulinski said. “Knowing that my teammates can look up to me and I can be a role model for them is absolutely amazing and makes me so happy.”

Ulinski is known for her positive attitude and encouraging words on the court.

“Everytime she enters a game, she does her job and doesn’t disappoint,” outside hitter Rebekah Sasser said.

At the annual MSD volleyball banquet held at the Heron Bay Marriott, Ulinski was given the MVP award for all her hard work throughout the season.

When it comes to starting college in the fall, Ulinski is very excited to start on a new adventure at a new school and with a new team. She knows that going to D’Youville will require some adjustments at first, but she is very excited to see where it will take her.

“The D’Youville volleyball team is something I am really looking forward to,” Ulinski said. “The team was very welcoming and they’re just a great group of girls and I am so happy I have the privilege of joining them. The coaching staff was also very welcoming and I am so excited to be a part of their team.”

While attending D’Youville, Ulinski plans to advance in her volleyball endeavors. After college, she plans to graduate with her degree in physical therapy and hopes to play professional volleyball one day.

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Lily DaGrosa
Lily DaGrosa, Reporter
Lily DaGrosa is a freshman at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. She is a first-year reporter. She plays beach volleyball and in her free time, enjoys listening to music and hanging out with friends.
Ashley Rogalla
Ashley Rogalla, Reporter
Ashley Rogalla is a freshman at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. She is a first-year reporter. Outside of school, she enjoys playing soccer, listening to music and traveling.
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