2023 Faces of NJ Volleyball

The New Jersey volleyball community just never knows when their face will pop up on the NJP website. It’s our way of having some fun with the best players, coaches, and fans in the state of NJ and portray them as the heroes they are…. We will always try to portray our pics, vids, and content in a positive way.

If we can create a few smiles in the middle of a very crazy world, it’s worth it.

Apologizing for our sense of humor in advance…

What a nice turnaround for Ramapo this season. The team has won 7 of their last 8 games and have benefited from an out of this world season by Max Baczynski. The 6’5″ junior has ignited an electrifying season for the Raiders with his huge left hand swing and hefty rocket blasts.
Monroe’s Gautham Kotha has been setting the table for the Falcons attack like a superhero all season. The junior also jumps in on O and D with 19 kills and 22 blocks so far this Spring.
Senior setter Nick Schmidt is one of the SPF hot rods this season. He has already committed to play college volleyball at Steven’s Institute of Technology. But let’s get that state championship first…
Bridgewater Raritan sophomore Harry Fromberg is in for a long ride as a leader for the Panthers. He is the leader in the NJP player rater for the class of 2025. Ride on!
Tim Ennis has been out of this world again this season and he is only a junior for SPF. Tim is a supernatural talent and will be one of the players to watch at state tourney time.
Old Bridge senior Alek Kolodziej has been muscling his way to success this season for the undefeated Knights. His team remains undefeated as the look for 5 state championships in a row. Alek plans to play collegiately and has committed to Rutgers.
Senior Eric Evans from Washington Township has been a real gladiator this season for the Minutemen. He has dominated on the attack and has earned a top 20 player rater in the NJP ranking system.
Brogan Duelly of Pinelands has been outstanding this season for the Wildcats who are now 10-1 overall this Spring. After losing their opener to Manchester, they have rung up 10 straight wins including a revenge victory. Duelly is already at the 100 mark for kills and shows no signs of slowing down especially in this pic with the Wildcats team mascot heading to a pep rally.
Congratulations to PCTI setter Jesus Cuautle Perez on earning his 1000th career assist on Monday against Bergen Tech. The Bulldogs now have a 12 game win streak and improved to 13-1 overall powered by some web spinning magic by Perez.
Harsh Bajaj of Eastern has burst on to the NJ high school volleyball scene this Spring with high flying colors. He has helped pilot Eastern to an 8-5 record and is leading the team in kills and blocks. #topgun
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