BATON ROUGE – LSU Seaside Volleyball graduate pupil Kylie DeBerg spent the early a part of this week as the one SEC student-athlete in Kansas Metropolis, Missouri attending the Girls Leaders in School Sports activities Convention.
“This was such an incredible alternative for me to go to this convention. I’m so grateful for the SEC for permitting me the prospect to go. My favourite half was simply being surrounded by the entire wonderful and highly effective ladies there and listening to a few of them speak was superior. I can’t wait to return sooner or later and join with much more wonderful ladies.”
The annual convention is designed to develop its attendees like DeBerg of their skilled journeys, serving to them advance of their careers and making highly effective connections. It occurred from Sunday-Tuesday and consisted of a number of audio system, breakout classes, networking alternatives, energy panels, TedTalks and dealing on management abilities. The convention appealed to each athletes wanting to enhance their management and profession abilities and wanting to enhance their trade targeted profession.
DeBerg is a sixth-year grad pupil heading into her second season being part of the LSU Seaside Volleyball Workforce. In her first season enjoying seashore volleyball, the previous indoor All-SEC participant and AVCA All-American transitioned properly to enjoying within the sand. She went 33-10 in her debut seashore volleyball season, incomes AVCA High Flight honors on Court docket 2 with Kelli Greene-Agnew (the pair went 14-5 on Court docket 2) and likewise on Court docket 2 with Parker Bracken (14-4).