Carlye Odorisio

Carlye Odorisio

May 17, 2022

In High School, Carlye Odorisio attended Upper Merion where she helped her team to several Suburban One League Champions. While in the program she also won 2 District 1 titles and 1 Runner up District one Title. Her senior year, she accomplished a milestone in which she received 1,000 assists. On top of that she was named First Team All-State and First Team All-League.

In college, Carlye attended Montgomery County Community College where she led her team to a Runner up EPAC Championship as well as an EPAC Championship. She led her team both years in Aces and assists and her second year as a Mustang, she led her team in kills. Both years she was named First Team All- Conference and First Team All- Region. In the NJCAA Region 19 Championship, Carlye was named All-Tournament team MVP. She was named Player of the Year in 2017.

Coaching Philosophy: I believe that in order to be successful as a team, you must perfect the fundamentals. It’s a coach’s job to find each player individual talent and guide them in the direction that allows them to use those talents to their full potential.

Best Volleyball Moment: Playing against Parkland my freshman year in high school and going back to serve under extreme pressure and coming out and winning that set against them.

My Life in Sports: Playing volleyball since I was about 5-6, played basketball for 6 years, and softball for 10 years. In fact, the first person to teach me any sort of volleyball was Brian McCann, Director of ECP.

When I’m Not Coaching Volleyball… Fishing or enjoying time with family

Favorite subject in school: Math

Last Book I Read: Looking for Alaska by John Green

Favorite Movie: “How the Grinch Stole Christmas”

Favorite Quote: “Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships” – Michael Jordan

Person I’d Like to Have Dinner With: Serena Williams, she has been an athlete I have looked up to since I was little.

Something You Probably Don’t Know About Me: I started out playing volleyball as an outside hitter for 2 years.