Victoria’s Club Accolades All-American Team 14U (Open Division) at 2016 AAU Girls Volleyball Tournament; MVP at Power League East Coast in 2016 – 15U (Open Division) Second place All-Star Team at Power League Regional Challenge in 2017 – 15U (Open Division) All-Star Team at the Jeep Volleyball Championship PUR – 15U (Open Division)
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T’ara Ceasar led Florida with 17 kills, Sofia Victoria added 14, including the match clincher, and Thayer Hall floored 10. The same two squads battle again Friday night at the O’Connell Center. First serve is at 7 p.m.
Victoria excelled so much that she earned SEC Volleyball Offensive Player of the Week. The Guarabo, Puerto Rico, native averaged 5.2 kills and 2.5 digs per set in the last three matches.
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Victoria garnered three kills to advance the Gators 8-5. The 6’3″ Essix showed her blocking prowess in a block with Hall.
Sofia’s favorite volleyball player is Victoria Garrick, formerly the libero for the USC Trojans. Stack loves how Garrick talks about the mental and skill aspects of playing volleyball. Garrick is a mental health advocate and is the founder of a non-profit organization called The Hidden Opponent.
Florida was led by Sofia Victoria’s career-high 24 kills on 54 attempts. Stars T’ara Ceasar and Thayer Hall combined for just 16 kills, however, and the Gators were outhit .263 to .239. FSU’s Morgan Chacon paced three Seminoles in double figure kills with 14.
In her first career start for the Gators against Florida State, Victoria recorded a career-high 24 kills along with 10 digs for her first double-double. SEC Defensive Player of the Week - Auburn's Bella Rosenthall, a senior libero from Yorktown, Ind., averaged 5.83 digs per set over three matches in the Auburn Invitational.