The East Brunswick High School girls volleyball team has had a remarkable 2023-2024 season, showcasing their talent, dedication, and teamwork. With an impressive final record of 14-6 and a league record of 9-3 in the highly competitive Greater Middlesex Conference (GMC) Red Division, the team has much to be proud of​ (​​ (​.

Season Highlights

The Bears made waves in the NJSIAA Central Jersey Group 4 tournament, securing a significant quarterfinal victory against Montgomery before facing a tough semifinal match against Hillsborough​ (​. Their journey through the season was marked by several notable victories, including wins against Mother Seton, St. Thomas Aquinas, and Jackson Memorial​ (​.

Individual Achievements

One of the standout moments of the season was Paige Anania reaching the incredible milestone of 500 career kills. Paige’s dedication and skill have been a cornerstone of the team’s success, making her only the second player in the history of East Brunswick volleyball to achieve this feat​ (​​ (​. Her season stats, including numerous kills, digs, and aces, highlight her as a true leader on the court.

Honors and Recognitions

The team’s success and individual brilliance did not go unnoticed. Several East Brunswick players were honored in the All-Greater Middlesex Conference teams:

  • Paige Anania: Celebrated for her exceptional performance and leadership throughout the season.
  • Tamea El: Selected for the All-Red Division team, demonstrating her significant contribution to the team’s achievements​ (​​ (Central Jersey Sports Radio)​​ (​.

Looking Forward

As the season wraps up, the East Brunswick High School girls volleyball team can look back with pride on their accomplishments. The dedication of the players, the strategic guidance of the coaching staff, and the unwavering support of the fans have all played a crucial role in their success. The future looks bright for East Brunswick volleyball, with a strong foundation set for continued excellence.

Congratulations to the Bears on an outstanding season, and here’s to many more victories in the years to come!