Hannah Kelso Named Shoeless Enterprises Leadership Award Winner
Metrolina Christian Academy junior volleyball player Hannah
Kelso has been named the winner of the Shoeless Enterprises Leadership
Award. The 16 year old daughter of Chuck and Jeanette
Kelso started playing volleyball when she was 10 years old. She
moved on to organized volleyball at 12 years old and has been in
love with the sport ever since.
Hannah received the “Game Changer” award as a Sophomore
on the Varsity high school team and also received the Coach’s
award during her 15U club season. Hannah plays the defensive specialist
and libero positions for her volleyball teams.
Hannah has played club volleyball for Carolina Union Volleyball Club
(CUVC), on a National team for the past four years. She also plays sand
volleyball during the summer months by competing on the US Junior
Beach Tour events.
Inside the classroom, Hannah carries a 4.3 grade point average and is
a member of the National Honor Society. She is in the Junior Civitan
Club and has participated in Joy Prom, an annual prom held for physically/
mentally challenged individuals for the last three years. This past
summer Hannah had the opportunity to go on a mission trip to Costa
Rica and share her love for volleyball with the Costa Ricans. Congratulations
to Hannah Kelso for being named the winner of the Shoeless
Enterprises Leadership Award.