Julia Bishop

CLASS: 2021

HEIGHT: 5'10

POSITION: S

STATE: Michigan

HIGH SCHOOL: Mercy

CLUB TEAM:

    • The MHSAA state semifinals and finals are a great place to see some of the best volleyball players in Michigan, but it is also a great place to see some of the young stars in the mitten. In each division, most of the semifinalists features freshmen and sophomores that played key roles at Kellogg Arena and should have even larger roles for their respective teams in years to come. Here’s a look at the freshmen and sophomores that stood out in Division 1.
      November 23, 2018
    • The Division 1 semifinals were something to behold. The buzz was in the air for two great matchups and each lived up to the hype. Mercy and Lake Orion had everything in a five-set classic, including some frustrated coaches afterwards. Rockford and Northville followed with a four-set battle that was a coin toss for the final three sets. In the end, it will be the Dragons and the Rams playing for their first state championship as a program.
      November 16, 2018
    • If you want to get a look at some future national volleyball stars, look no further than the Division 1 state semifinals. This foursome is packed with talent, including some that have already made their mark on an international stage. While it was tough to narrow this field down to five players to see, here are the ones that are sure to catch your eye.
      November 15, 2018
    • The Division 1 playoffs couldn’t have played out much better. The final four at Battle Creek are all ranked in our top 8 and all came into the 2018 season as legitimate championship contenders. With Novi having won the last three championships in Class A, we will see a new state champion crowned in the biggest division in Michigan and the battle for the title should be intense.
      November 15, 2018