Covenant Day School junior volleyball player Kristen Seibert has been named the winner of the
Shoeless Enterprises Leadership Award. The 16 year old daughter of Craig and Rebecca Seibert
started playing volleyball in the fifth grade and she plays the position of setter. Kristen also serves as
a co-captain for the Lions. Her leadership skills are more important than ever for the team which lost
six seniors to graduation last year. With a younger team, Kristen is called upon to set an example for
others to follow. Playing the position of setter also calls for more leadership from Kristen.


“Being a setter is a lot like being the quarterback of a football team. I’m responsible for how we run the offense and the plays.
I need to know the strengths and weaknesses of my team, as well as the opposing team, in order to put my team in the best situation possible.”
Kristen and her teammates are aiming for another strong season of play after finishing in second place the last two years at the state championship.
Her goals include working hard and helping everyone on the team push themselves to be the best they can be.


Inside the classroom, Kristen is leading the way with a 4.67 grade point average. She is enrolled in Honors and AP classes at Covenant Day School.
Congratulations to Kristen Seibert for being named the winner of the Shoeless Enterprises Leadership Award.