Joining the Andover Volleyball program on the Junior Varsity team during his Junior year, Peter Munn ’18 has grown as a volleyball player from experience and hard work. Munn looks to make an impact on Andover Boys Volleyball this spring.
Munn worked tirelessly throughout the entirety of his Junior year and the beginning of his Lower year to move up from Andover’s Junior Varsity Team. Munn’s dedication and passion for the sport has been a driving factor in his success and growth.
In an email to The Phillipian, Munn wrote, “I felt like my hard work finally paid off. I had started working out fall term of my Lower year specifically to improve for volleyball.”
Munn continued to practice throughout the summer and this past year, preparing himself for his first full season as a varsity team member.
“My main focus was training strength and explosivity, which I did by weight training. I also managed to play beach volleyball over the summer in Baltimore and during winter vacation in Peru,” said Munn.
Co-Captain Evan Park ’18 recognizes Munn’s hard work and passion and believes that he will prove to be an important member of the team this spring.
“Peter joined the team at the end of last season and in the few games he played with us he brought good energy. He will have a good season this year because he has been working on improving his skills and is fully committed to the team,” said Park.
Munn is excited for the season and looks to make a meaningful impact this season beginning with Andover’s season opener against Choate.