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Michael Green, a member of the boys' varsity volleyball team at Calvert Hall College High School, is the U.S. Army Impact Player of the Month.
Green, a junior, was nominated by Danielle Hladky, the school's director of communications and marketing, and Michael Clark, an assistant coach for the varsity volleyball team at Calvert Hall.
Green has a 4.0 GPA and is involved in the National Honor Society and Spanish National Honor Society. He is also a two-year peer minister. Through Campus Ministry, he has participated in immersion trips to Camden, N.J., and Miami. During his freshman year, he was a member of the Ski Club and was on the junior varsity volleyball and tennis teams. As a sophomore, he was on the varsity volleyball team and was the manager for the JV lacrosse team.
This year, Green is an important part of the varsity volleyball team.
"Michael is a silent leader who leads by example," head coach Ryan McDowell said. "He is well respected by his peers and is an impact leader."
"An impact is exactly what Michael Green makes, not only on this campus but in the outside community, as well," Clark said. "He is an absolute leader inside and outside the classroom, not only a great student but a great teammate as well, and in his three years at Calvert Hall he's made just that, impact."
Green is working his way back from a hip injury he suffered early this season, but his leadership continues to benefit the team as a whole even while he's sidelined.
When asked what the award to means to him, Green said, "It means that when I'm a silent leader, people see it. I try to help my guys in and outside of the classroom, on the court, and pick them up whenever times are tough. I'm just glad to see that other people recognize what I try to do."
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The Impact Player of the Month Award is given to an individual who has impacted their team in a positive way, both on and off the field. Nominations can be submitted by parents, coaches, teachers or fellow students. To nominate a student-athlete, visit
PressBoxOnline.com/impact or contact Anthony Saleiro at Anthony@CountySportsZone.com with a message featuring a subject line of "U.S. Army Impact Player Nomination." Each honoree will receive a custom trophy from Crown Trophy and the opportunity for a videotaped award presentation at their school with a member of the U.S. Army.