Alumni Playing in First-ever American Pro Volleyball League
The first-ever Women's Pro Volleyball league in the United States, the Pro Volleyball Federation will officially begin play in February 2024. This opportunity allows USA women to play professional volleyball at home year-round and get paid a "living wage". Salaries will be comparable to what first-year WNBA players make with the possibility of bonuses.
The League will debut with 8-10 teams and competitions will be held at pro-arenas across North America.The regular season will consist of 16 matches during the inaugural season, though that number will likely expand in future seasons.
Visit https://provolleyball.com/ to learn more and access team schedules and information.
Two Saint Thomas Aquinas Alumni are playing in the first-ever Women's Pro Volleyball League in North America!
Allison Mayfield, '08
Team - Omaha Supernovas
Reagan Pittman '16
Team - Atlanta Vibe
For those I have not had the chance to meet, my name is Andrew Cunningham. In just a few short days, I will be heading to St. John Vianney Theological Seminary in Denver, and as a life-long parishioner of Prince of Peace, Fr. Greg and Fr. Andrew have kindly given me the spotlight in this week's bulletin to offer my gratitude and share a bit of my journey.
From 2014-2018, I attended Saint Thomas Aquinas High School.
Saint Thomas Aquinas alum, Melissa (Windon) Seiler, ‘03, affectionately referred to as “Little”, has been very busy “teeing” off her new business adventure, Driving Pursuits. She also recently got married this past February in Jupiter, Florida to Kyle Seiler. Kyle and Melissa met in Wichita on business and their story begins from there. They have a pitbull mix named King who is a giant teddy bear and they love to run 5ks, scuba dive, travel and the Chiefs!