Born to two former professional volleyball players, Sundai Weston is from Naples, Florida. She graduated from Gulf Coast High School in 2009, as the all-time assists leader and ranking second in the state of Florida for assists. After high school, Sundai moved on to to the University of Florida to play for Mary Wise, was a member two SEC Championship teams and made four appearances in the NCAA tournament. She was a member of the first Gator team to go 20-0 in SEC play and garner the number-one overall seed in the 2010 NCAA tournament. A Dean's List and SEC Commissioner's Honor Roll student, she excelled on the court and in the classroom.


After graduating from Florida in 2013 Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Public Relations, Sundai moved to Aviles, Asturias in Spain to play professionally for the Royal Federation Volleyball Superliga 2. As a member of the team, A.D. La Curtidora, Sundai helped lead "The Curti" to their most successful season in history and a fourth place finish in league play, twice being named MVP. While in Spain she was actively involved with the youth teams in the local club and schools. She continues to coach at various camps and hopes to continue to grow the love of the game.

Born to two former professional volleyball players, Sundai Weston is from Naples, Florida. She graduated from Gulf Coast High School in 2009, as the all-time assists leader and ranking second in the state of Florida for assists. After high school, Sundai moved on to to the University of Florida to play for Mary Wise, was a member two SEC Championship teams and made four appearances in the NCAA tournament. She was a member of the first Gator team to go 20-0 in SEC play and garner the number-one overall seed in the 2010 NCAA tournament. A Dean's List and SEC Commissioner's Honor Roll student, she excelled on the court and in the classroom.


After graduating from Florida in 2013 Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Public Relations, Sundai moved to Aviles, Asturias in Spain to play professionally for the Royal Federation Volleyball Superliga 2. As a member of the team, A.D. La Curtidora, Sundai helped lead "The Curti" to their most successful season in history and a fourth place finish in league play, twice being named MVP. While in Spain she was actively involved with the youth teams in the local club and schools. She continues to coach at various camps and hopes to continue to grow the love of the game.

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2 Players$25 Each
One on One (x5)$125
2 Players (x5)$100 Each


​Sundai Weston - Naples, FL

Charlie French - Melbourne, FL / Howell, MI

​Sundai Weston - Naples, FL

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Charlie is an experienced and travelled volleyball player and coach from Michigan. In 2008, playing for M-Juniors, under Ed Tolentino and Mike Watkins, she was awarded All American at AAU Nationals in Orlando, Fl. She graduated from Howell High School as the Female Athlete of the Year in 2009, after being named to the 1st team All County for Volleyball, Golf and Basketball. Charlie began her volleyball college career at Grand Rapids Community College, to play for Chip Will and Joe Murray; where she again excelled in individual and team honors. She was named to the All-Freshman team, 1st team all region, 1st team all conference and Grand Rapids Area all star team in her first year. Charlie again won the female athlete of the year award, this time in 2011 in her last year at GRCC, after she captained her team to 9th in the Nation, winning the same personal honors.

Charlie then transferred to DII Florida Tech on a full scholarship, where she excelled in her academic and athletic career, making the Sunshine State Conference Comissioner’s honor roll. She captained her team to their best record for 8 years, becoming the Female athlete of the week several times in her two years.

Charlie graduated with a B.S. Civil Engineering in 2014, and has since been playing in England and Italy. Charlie coached at the Michigan Volleyball Academy under Chip Will, Brian Netzler, Craig and Mayme Vliestra, throughout her time at GRCC, working with various age groups. She is a born leader, and always in her role as captain has assisted in the development of her teammates alongside her coaches. 

Erin began playing indoor volleyball in 2003. During her prep career she played every position for at least one full season, receiving all-state honors as a middle blocker in 2006 and as a right side hitter/setter in 2007. She played club volleyball at Nevada Juniors for Bob Kelly, former USAVB National Coach of the Year. Her she finished her senior year leading Pinellas County in kills and digs as an outside hitter and currently holds her high school's record for both categories. Erin received a scholarship to play collegiate volleyball at Florida Tech, where she was converted into a defensive specialist/libero. In her senior season, she helped lead her team to their best finish in 8 years. She finished the season ranked 6th in the Sunshine State Conference for aces. 


After the conclusion of her collegiate career in 2012, Erin decided to make the transition into the sand. Her highest Women's Open finish is 5th Place and highest Coed AAA finish is 3rd Place. 


Erin began her coaching career in Fall of 2013. She is currently the head JV coach at Oak Hall School in Gainesville, FL and a position coach at Vision Volleyball Club working defensively with liberos and outside hitters. Erin favorite part of coaching is the lasting relationships she builds with her players both on and off the court. She considers herself to be a positive role model for her players and bases her success off knowing that she has positively influenced at least one player along the way.


Erin understands the notion that student-athletes are students first and athletes second. She was recognized as the Civil Engineering Student of the Year during her junior and senior years. She graduated 3rd in her class, receiving her B.S. in Civil Engineering with Cum Laude honors in May 2013. She is currently working full time as a Water Resources Engineer while pursuing a Masters Degree at the University of Florida.

​Sundai Weston - Naples, FL

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Below are the brief bios of our three coaches, who are based mainly in Florida and Michigan. However, we have a vast network of players and coaches built up during our North American careers. Wherever you live, we will do our best to accomodate your needs, whether that's passing your information on to our vast network, or finding you a local specially trained Ignite coach. So get in touch today, to find out how we can help

Cassie Porta was a dual sport athlete at Hartland highschool playing both basketball and volleyball and had her varsity letter in both sports as a sophomore. She was the starting libero sophomore year and then ended up her senior year of highschool playing all around. She can adapt to any position she was put at. She was coached under Amber Wyatt her senior year of high school and played travel volleyball at clubs like Top Gun Volleyball, being coached under Jane Williams and A2 out of Ann Arbor being coached by a former University of Michigan player named Veronica Rood along with Syzman Tralka who played overseas. 


She accepted a scholarship to play for Larry Wyatt at Lawrence Technological University, an NAIA school out of Southfield Michigan and started as their libero. She was 5th in the league with digs. For financial purposes she transferred over to Oakland Community College on a full ride, playing for Jeff Stark as a defensive specialist and led the team in aces. Oakland Community College was ranked 5th in the nation and won the state championships for NJCAA this past year.


Cassie has coached 7th and 8th grade Hartland Travel teams and has done camps for Team Detroit. She is currently attending Oakland Community College finishing up her associate degree in Business Administration and is going to be atteding Oakland University in the winter to get her degree in Business Finance.​

Erin Hughes - North Central, Fl

Cassie Porta - Livingston County, MI

Born to two former professional volleyball players, Sundai Weston is from Naples, Florida. She graduated from Gulf Coast High School in 2009, as the all-time assists leader and ranking second in the state of Florida for assists. After high school, Sundai moved on to to the University of Florida to play for Mary Wise, was a member two SEC Championship teams and made four appearances in the NCAA tournament. She was a member of the first Gator team to go 20-0 in SEC play and garner the number-one overall seed in the 2010 NCAA tournament. A Dean's List and SEC Commissioner's Honor Roll student, she excelled on the court and in the classroom.


After graduating from Florida in 2013 Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Public Relations, Sundai moved to Aviles, Asturias in Spain to play professionally for the Royal Federation Volleyball Superliga 2. As a member of the team, A.D. La Curtidora, Sundai helped lead "The Curti" to their most successful season in history and a fourth place finish in league play, twice being named MVP. While in Spain she was actively involved with the youth teams in the local club and schools. She continues to coach at various camps and hopes to continue to grow the love of the game.