Previously have played right side hitter otherwise known as opposite, Nathan Bonifacio has transitioned from his prior position into varsity’s new setter. Being a setter requires a lot of stamina, perseverance, and most importantly the drive and passion to play for his team. Setters take charge of the court, with the responsibility to touch every ball that gets dug up and perfectly set the ball for the hitter to attack, they become the heart of every play. Defense specialist Jimmy Lee (11) states, “ Him moving into setter honestly garnered a lot of my respect because it’s like the captain of the ship moving over to piloting. I’m happy he’s able to make a smooth transition for both himself and the team as a whole.” With this, Nathan will continue to work hard and make this a great season.
- If you have any, what are some of your pre-game routine?
- How long have you been playing this sport.
- Pre-game meal
- What was something you got out of this sport?
- How has being part of the team change you?
- What got you into this sport?
- Role model/inspiration
- Biggest challenge?
- What pushed you past your limit?
- Memorable game?
- Pregame routine would be taking a little nap and preparing myself mentally.
2. I’ve been playing for 2 years now.
3. Boba lol
4. I got to be a part of a great team
5. I’ve known to love my teammate even through the bad times we have.
6. Just playing with my friends for fun.
7. My role model would be the U.S.A setter Micah Christenson.
8. The biggest challenge was learning to play a new position (setter) bc I never set before.
9. Keeping the mentality of winning when you are down and have no energy to keep going.
10. A memorable game would be against Los because that my first game at a varsity level.