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2013 Volleyball
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2014 Skylights Volleyball Recruits

Taylor Woolman  is a 6’ 1” middle blocker from Belgrade, MT. She is the daughter of Richard and Frances Woolman. Taylor attended Belgrade High School and played volleyball for four years and basketball for three. She was a two time all-state and three time all-conference selection in volleyball. She lead the Central A conference in blocking her junior and senior year, aces senior year, and was in the top 4 as a hitter both years. Taylor also lead the Belgrade Panthers to back-to-back undefeated conference seasons her junior and senior seasons. She was selected to the Central A all-conference team for basketball her junior year while leading the conference in blocked shots. Taylor participated in 3 Class A State Volleyball tournaments and 2 Class A State basketball tournaments.

Taylor has been a member of National Honor Society for 3 years while earning several academic all-state awards and achieving a 3.82 accumulative GPA. She has also been an active member in the community, volunteering for the Toys for Tots program for 4 years and participating in various community projects.

Taylor decided during her recruiting visit that Northern was where she wanted to go to college and play volleyball. The welcome from Coach Huebsch, the assistant coaches and team, the success of Northern Volleyball and the outstanding nursing program made it an “easy decision”.

One of Taylor’s favorite activities is fishing with her sister and best friend, Jamie, in the summer. She also loves children, animals, shopping and hanging out with her teammates and friends.

Taylor is excited to move to Havre to attend MSU Northern to play volleyball, pursue a career in pediatric nursing and be near family in Chinook.     


Taylor Woolman

Taylor Woolman
Kylie Pasieka

Kylie Pasieka


Kylie Pasieka is a5'7" defensive specialist from Wakaw, Saskatchewan, Canada.  She is the daughter of Lyle and Chantal Pasieka and has one younger sibling, Brooke.  She is coming to MSU-Northern as a student and volleyball athlete for the 2014 school season.  She enjoys reading, sports, piano, animals, English, and spending time with family and friends.

Kylie has played on her school volleyball team, the Wakaw Warriors, for the past 7 years.  During her high school career, Kylie received 3 Gold, and 1 Silver Provincial Medals.  With her club volleyball team, she has received 1 Gold, 1 Silver and 1 Bronze Provincial Medals.  Kylie was named 17U All Star Player and received MVP at several volleyball tournaments.

Kylie is known for her strength, quickness, and ability to play all positions.  For only being 5'7, many people are surprised to hear she has been playing middle for the past 6 years.  In her grade 12 year, Kylie changed positions to an outside hitter.  She will play this position for her Club Volleyball Team, the Jr. Huskies out of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, starting January, 2014.

In 2012, Kylie was selected to play as a Defense Specialist on an elite volleyball team, MVP China.  This involved multicultural exchange with Shanghai Sports Institute in Shanghai, China.  The team traveled to Shanghai in December 2012, where she made many friends and exciting memories.

Kylie has succeeded in other sports in high school, such as Track & Field and Badminton.  She received a Gold Medal in shot-put at the 2012 Track Provincials.  She also competes in Javelin, 100m, 200m, and the Relay, and has placed in the top 8 for these events in the provincials for the past 3 years.  Kylie has received many Track & Field aggregate medals.  This past Badminton season, Kylie competed as a single player, winning her pre-district and district, before advancing to Regionals.  She has received many Female Athlete, Badminton, and Track & Field awards for her school. 

Kylie instantly felt a connection with Coach Huebsch and is really looking forward to the challenge of working with him and playing for MSU-Northern.  She is a dedicated player and hard worker, and is excited for the next step in her volleyball career.  She fell in love with the small town of Havre and found everyone to be friendly and welcoming.  Growing up on a farm in Saskatchewan, she felt right at home during her visits to the school.

Kylie has been on the High Honours Program throughout elementary and high school.  She is hoping to receive a Biology degree at MSU-Northern and eventually obtain a degree in Sports Nutrition.  She is also interested in obtaining a degree in education. 


Jessica Wilcox is 6’0" middle, outside, opposite hitter, from Las Vegas, Nevada. She is the daughter of Chris and Sonya Wilcox and has 4 older siblings, Melinda, Tyrel, Aaron and Kami. She is coming to MSU- Northern to join the Skylights for their 2014 volleyball season, while pursuing her bachelor’s degree in Health Promotions.  She enjoys spending time with her nieces and nephews and hanging out with her friends.

Jessica played four years of volleyball at Bonanza High School and then two seasons at Utah State University- Eastern. During her high school career, Jessica received second team all-state her junior year and first team all-state her senior year, and received all -tournament at the Las Vegas Invitational.   While at USU-Eastern Jessica was in the top ten for most aces her freshmen year and her sophomore year was a captain and was in the top ten for most kills in the Scenic West Athletic  Conference..

Jessica felt welcomed by Coach Huebsch and the rest of the Skylight team. She is really looking forward to the opportunity to compete in the Frontier Conference with her new Skylight family. Jessica show’s determination, dedication and perseverance in her work ethic and cannot wait for the challenges the next season has in store. Jessica looks forward to becoming a part of the Havre community and MSU- Northern, and is excited to play volleyball at MSU-Northern with Coach Huebsch and the Skylights. 





Kylie Pasieka

Jessica Wilcox





Jaden Lynch

Jaden Lynch is a 5'11" setter from Williston, ND. She is the daughter of Shelly and Shawn Lynch and has 4 siblings, Brandon, Tara, Collin, and Trey.  She is attending MSU- Northern to continue her education studying Elementary Education and join the Skylight volleyball team for their 2014 season. Jaden loves being involved with any sport and spending time with family and friends.

 Jaden played 4 years of varsity volleyball at Williston High School, was the starting setter for 3 years, and captain for 2. During her time at Williston High, she  was a two time All-Conference and two time All-Tournament team selection.  Jaden received 2nd team All-State honors her Junior year. She was also chosen to play for the Lions All-Star Team and received the MVP honor. After high school, Jaden signed to play JUCO volleyball in her home town with Williston State College. As starting setter for two years for the Tetons, she accumulated 2,433 assists, 202 kills, 107 aces, 439 digs, and 78 blocks. She also was named Mon-Dak Conference MVP back to back years.

 Along with her volleyball accomplishments, Jaden also played basketball her Freshman year at Williston State. She helped her team advance to the National Tournament. She also has been an active member of the Teton Activity Board and is the acting President of this semester.

 Jaden is excited to continue her education and volleyball career at MSU- Northern. She is excited to play for the Skylights under Coach Huebsch and with the welcoming team she got the pleasure of meeting on her recruiting visit.

Mikayla Virostek is a 6’0 middle from Enchant, Alberta, Canada. She is the youngest daughter of Shane and Emely Virostek and has four siblings – Hailee, Rianne, Verne and Simon. Mikayla attended Vauxhall High School while playing three years of volleyball alongside two years of basketball. Throughout her volleyball career, she has won the 2A zone championships three straight years. As well, she has won one gold medal and two bronze medals in the 2A provincial championships. 

Upon visiting MSU, Mikayla felt an instant match when piecing together academics and athletics. Pursuing a degree of Elementary Education Mikayla found MSU to be a perfect fit. While still being close to home she found that MSU is an exciting place to further her volleyball career. Being from a town of 200, Havre provides that small appeal. Mikayla is very excited to join the Skylights this coming season and looks forward to a wonderful experience, growing as a player and person under the guidance of Coach Huebsch.

Mikayla Virostek


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