Chambers Sisters Problem Every Different On & Off The Court docket
Taking part in faculty sports activities is an thrilling expertise, and solely one of the best highschool gamers get to maneuver on and be part of that elite group.
Attending to expertise that feeling alongside your twin sibling, that’s much more thrilling. Simply because the Chambers sisters from Cedar Hill, who are actually serving to the College of Central Florida volleyball program take pleasure in nice success.
Each sophomores, Morghan and Makenzie had been instrumental within the UCF Knights ending 16-2 this season, successful an American Athletic Convention championship and advancing to the NCAA Match. Their lone losses had been 3-2 at Florida State in late February and 3-2 to Excessive Level within the opening spherical of the NCAA Match in Omaha, Nebraska on April 14.
“With the ability to play with my sister in faculty has been one of the best expertise somebody can ask for, actually, Morghan stated. “We problem one another greater than something and maintain each other accountable to which nobody may perceive.”
Each stated it was particularly good to return to motion collectively this season after the COVID-19 pandemic worn out what would have been a standard fall season in 2020.
“It’s nice to be again in motion,” Mackenzie stated, including in regards to the change in seasons, “It permits us to adapt to new environments and offers us the identical alternatives we’d have in a standard season.”
To which Morghan added, “It got here unexpectedly, however we couldn’t sit round and dwell about it. We checked out it as a chance to get higher as players and people. It made us hungrier and desirous to get again on the courtroom.”
Regardless of their near-perfect common season report, UCF was not within the prime 25 because the common season got here to an in depth. Morghan stated that snub solely made themselves and their teammates work even tougher.
“We all know what UCF is and what we’re able to, so we apply like now we have by no means gained, and in video games we play like now we have by no means misplaced,” she stated.
A Package deal Deal
On account of the pandemic each had been granted an additional 12 months of sports activities eligibility.
Whereas so many siblings dream of enjoying in faculty collectively, Mackenzie stated the plan all alongside was take one, take each.
“We have now been a bundle deal since we began receiving gives, and beloved the concept of enjoying with one another on the collegiate stage as a result of we feed off of one another loads,” she stated.
Morghan is majoring in journalism and aspires to be a sports activities broadcaster and sports activities legal professional.
“I selected this as a result of sports activities has all the time performed an enormous half in my life, and I will signify and converse for athletes to assist them be one of the best they are often on and off the sphere/courtroom,” she stated.
Mackenzie is majoring in interdisciplinary research, which she described as “construct your personal main” by deciding on a minor and two areas. Her minor is sports activities administration, and her areas are artwork and communication.
“I picked this main as a result of I want to work in advertising and marketing for a sports activities firm or creating graphics for a sports activities firm. I’ve been round sports activities my entire life and would like to pursue a profession in that very same atmosphere,” she stated.
And whereas each are sure they wish to hold sports activities as a significant a part of their lives past faculty, within the meantime they’ve large plans for the Knights volleyball program, which has posted a report of 44-7 of their two seasons.
“It is extremely particular to be part of taking UCF to the subsequent stage as a result of not everyone seems to be given the identical alternative that we’re given,” Mackenzie stated. “So we aspire to take UCF to the subsequent stage whereas bettering ourselves as nicely.”