A recent Juno Beach cleanup by the Keiser University Seahawk Women’s Volleyball Team provided a special surprise as team members were able to witness a hatchling turtle venture toward the water for the first time.


Community service comes second nature to Keiser University Seahawk athletic teams. “I truly believe that to be a successful program you have to stay humble and dedicate as much time and effort as possible to the community. Showing the team we can work hand in hand to accomplish goals in life other than volleyball encourages our athletes to grow and strive as the future women of the world,” said Coach James Rogers. With the goal of serving several efforts a year, the group keeps their calendars full, as activities have included helping out at the Quantum House which provides families a place to stay when a child is being treated for a medical condition, providing toiletries to those in need, donating blood, and more.


Seahawk fans look forward to the team’s first home game on September 9th against Ave Maria. When asked what we could expect this season, Coach Rogers shared his thoughts. “This season will be just as successful as last season. We have a lot of new faces on the court that will guide us in more wins and accomplishments. I think one thing fans should look for this season is to watch a super competitive volleyball team that will for sure astonish the fans based on the past seasons. Last but not least the Hawaiian shirts I wear won’t be going away this season,” he smiled.


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