Notre Dame's Harper Goldfarb Named Sunshine League MVP for Girl's Volleyball

Notre Dame’s Harper Goldfarb is named Sunshine League MVP for Volleyball. Harper Goldfarb, a UC Berkeley commit for Beach Volleyball 2018, was awarded the Sunshine League’s highest honor Monday night at Notre Dame’s Fall Sports Award Ceremony. The Notre Dame Lady Knights finished as Tri-Sunshine league champions this past season with Marlborough and Notre Dame Academy and placed four players on 1st team all-league including Sophomore’s Sarah Waters, Simone Dominique and Deni Wilson. In addition to winning the coveted MVP honors by a unanimous vote of the league coaches Harper, who is Junior, Also took home the Sunshine League’s All Academic Honor and Notre Dame’s team MVP award as well. The Lady Knights made it to the second round of the CIF playoffs this year and with 5 of their 6 starters returning the Lady Knights will now look to next year to try and win it all.

Harper was named to the Redondo Power Classic All-Tournament team this after leading her team to a fifth place finish and notching an upset win over Long Beach Poly.

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 Coach's Message 

When people think of Notre Dame High School, the first thing that should come to mind is family. This is what sets us above all other schools.

The ND girls volleyball program is the epitome of all the love and hard work exuded by this great community. The program is currently in the process of a transition with an entirely new and fired up coaching staff that has been working to build a more competitive and re-imagined program. Despite the sudden changes over the past few months, new Head Coach Ben Diaz and his staff train teams full of resilience, passion and, of course, ND pride. These athletes believe with their whole beings that Notre Dame sports are all about pride! This is why they fight. They believe in the Notre Dame family that never fails to support them.

Being one of five teams in one of the toughest leagues in Southern California is no easy task. It is the epic battle for the title of league champions that consistently breeds Division I college volleyball players. ND is able to meet the challenge because of the sisterhood culture that can be seen on the team throughout every grade level. Fellowship is the most important thing here. As a community, as a program and as a team, Notre Dame girls volleyball breeds athletes that love the game as much as they love their school, and they look forward to meeting their future sisters!