Jones signs with Maine Maritime Academy


East Clinton High School senior Myah Jones has committed to continue her volleyball career at Maine Maritime Academy, an NCAA Div. III institution located in Southern Maine. She plans to study Marine Biology and Small Vessel Operations. She was recruited by head coach Trish Carver. “I believe Myah is going to be an excellent addition to our volleyball team and our campus community,” coach Carver said. “She is focused with a great personality. She has a uniqueness that I can’t wait to welcome to the team, and I believe she has skill and versatility that will make us better immediately. I trust her to be an excellent teammate. Here at MMA, we are students and athletes, and I can’t wait for Myah to get in the classroom and in the lab in addition to on the volleyball court. I am grateful for the relationship we already share, and I am eager to spend the next four years, and beyond, helping Myah achieve all of her goals.” Jones is a four-year varsity volleyball player and was second team All-SBAAC as a junior and first team as a senior. When she takes the court for MMA, Jones will be the first EC graduate to play at the college level, EC school officials said. In the photo, from left to right, front row, mother April, Myah, father Cliff; back row, coach Sarah Sodini, coach Kelli Jamison, coach Sam McGraw, and EC athletic director Jim Marsh.

East Clinton High School senior Myah Jones has committed to continue her volleyball career at Maine Maritime Academy, an NCAA Div. III institution located in Southern Maine. She plans to study Marine Biology and Small Vessel Operations. She was recruited by head coach Trish Carver. “I believe Myah is going to be an excellent addition to our volleyball team and our campus community,” coach Carver said. “She is focused with a great personality. She has a uniqueness that I can’t wait to welcome to the team, and I believe she has skill and versatility that will make us better immediately. I trust her to be an excellent teammate. Here at MMA, we are students and athletes, and I can’t wait for Myah to get in the classroom and in the lab in addition to on the volleyball court. I am grateful for the relationship we already share, and I am eager to spend the next four years, and beyond, helping Myah achieve all of her goals.” Jones is a four-year varsity volleyball player and was second team All-SBAAC as a junior and first team as a senior. When she takes the court for MMA, Jones will be the first EC graduate to play at the college level, EC school officials said. In the photo, from left to right, front row, mother April, Myah, father Cliff; back row, coach Sarah Sodini, coach Kelli Jamison, coach Sam McGraw, and EC athletic director Jim Marsh.


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East Clinton High School senior Myah Jones has committed to continue her volleyball career at Maine Maritime Academy, an NCAA Div. III institution located in Southern Maine. She plans to study Marine Biology and Small Vessel Operations. She was recruited by head coach Trish Carver. “I believe Myah is going to be an excellent addition to our volleyball team and our campus community,” coach Carver said. “She is focused with a great personality. She has a uniqueness that I can’t wait to welcome to the team, and I believe she has skill and versatility that will make us better immediately. I trust her to be an excellent teammate. Here at MMA, we are students and athletes, and I can’t wait for Myah to get in the classroom and in the lab in addition to on the volleyball court. I am grateful for the relationship we already share, and I am eager to spend the next four years, and beyond, helping Myah achieve all of her goals.” Jones is a four-year varsity volleyball player and was second team All-SBAAC as a junior and first team as a senior. When she takes the court for MMA, Jones will be one of the few EC graduates to play at the collegiate level, EC school officials said. In the photo, from left to right, front row, mother April, Myah, father Cliff; back row, coach Sarah Sodini, coach Kelli Jamison, coach Sam McGraw, and EC athletic director Jim Marsh.

East Clinton High School senior Myah Jones has committed to continue her volleyball career at Maine Maritime Academy, an NCAA Div. III institution located in Southern Maine. She plans to study Marine Biology and Small Vessel Operations. She was recruited by head coach Trish Carver. “I believe Myah is going to be an excellent addition to our volleyball team and our campus community,” coach Carver said. “She is focused with a great personality. She has a uniqueness that I can’t wait to welcome to the team, and I believe she has skill and versatility that will make us better immediately. I trust her to be an excellent teammate. Here at MMA, we are students and athletes, and I can’t wait for Myah to get in the classroom and in the lab in addition to on the volleyball court. I am grateful for the relationship we already share, and I am eager to spend the next four years, and beyond, helping Myah achieve all of her goals.” Jones is a four-year varsity volleyball player and was second team All-SBAAC as a junior and first team as a senior. When she takes the court for MMA, Jones will be the first EC graduate to play at the college level, EC school officials said. In the photo, from left to right, front row, mother April, Myah, father Cliff; back row, coach Sarah Sodini, coach Kelli Jamison, coach Sam McGraw, and EC athletic director Jim Marsh.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/11/web1_VOL_jonessigns-1.jpgEast Clinton High School senior Myah Jones has committed to continue her volleyball career at Maine Maritime Academy, an NCAA Div. III institution located in Southern Maine. She plans to study Marine Biology and Small Vessel Operations. She was recruited by head coach Trish Carver. “I believe Myah is going to be an excellent addition to our volleyball team and our campus community,” coach Carver said. “She is focused with a great personality. She has a uniqueness that I can’t wait to welcome to the team, and I believe she has skill and versatility that will make us better immediately. I trust her to be an excellent teammate. Here at MMA, we are students and athletes, and I can’t wait for Myah to get in the classroom and in the lab in addition to on the volleyball court. I am grateful for the relationship we already share, and I am eager to spend the next four years, and beyond, helping Myah achieve all of her goals.” Jones is a four-year varsity volleyball player and was second team All-SBAAC as a junior and first team as a senior. When she takes the court for MMA, Jones will be the first EC graduate to play at the college level, EC school officials said. In the photo, from left to right, front row, mother April, Myah, father Cliff; back row, coach Sarah Sodini, coach Kelli Jamison, coach Sam McGraw, and EC athletic director Jim Marsh. Courtesy Photo | EC Athletic Department