Maya Watkins
Maya  Watkins

Class:
Freshman

Hometown:
Snohomish, Wash.

High School:
Glacier Peak HS

Height:
5-9

Experience:
HS

04/18/2018

Broncos Win Exhibition Over College of Idaho

Boise State won all seven matches against the Coyotes.

04/17/2018

Broncos Close Season Against Washington

It is a busy week for Boise State who will close out the 2018 campaign with four straight days of competition at home, including two matches against Washington.

04/16/2018

Broncos Fall to Hawai’i

Boise State closed its weekend on the islands going 2-2 overall.

04/15/2018

Broncos Sweep Arizona State

Boise State completed a sweep of the Arizona State Sun Devils with a pair of victories on Saturday and Sunday.

04/14/2018

Broncos Upset Arizona State

Boise State earned a split on Saturday in Honolulu defeating Arizona State before falling to third-ranked Hawai’i.

GLACIER PEAK HIGH SCHOOL

HIGHLIGHTS: Came to Boise State from Snohomish, Wash., where she was a 2017 graduate of Glacier Peak High School ... the 5-foot-10 Watkins was a three-year member of the Grizzlies indoor varsity team as an outside hitter earning honorable-mention all-conference honors as a junior and second-team honors senior year ... was team captain senior year ... played high school ball for Shareene Mossburg ... was a four-year member of the National Honor Society and class senator.

CLUB

Focused on beach game more than indoor game during her prep career playing beach volleyball for the Island Thunder Volleyball Club / Thunder Beach out of Mercer Island, Wash., coached by Jen Baklenko from 2013-2017 ... was a member of the USA High Performance Program from 2013-17 and was ranked as high as first in the Puget Sound Region and fourth in the Pacific Zone for U18s in 2016 ... AVP women’s rankings included second in the Northwest Zone in 2016 ... notable results include: fifth-place Gold Division at 2015 USA Beach High Performance National Championships; first-place in Silver Division at the 2016 USA Junior Beach Tour National Championships; third at the 2016 AVP First National Championships; third-place at the 2017 American Beach Volleyball Tour National Championships.

ACADEMICS

Currently undecided on major.


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