Kamomedai High School (Japanese: 鴎台 (かもめだい) 高校 (こうこう) Kamomedai Kōkō) is a high school located in Nagano Prefecture.

Volleyball Club Edit

They are a team that resembles Date Tech High in the sense that they are also known for their formidable blocking wall. They also employ tactics like serve and block or bunch shift. And they also included the dedicated shift, which is when the blockers are positioned to either the left or right side of the court to mark the spikers on the sides instead of the center. The team is also known for its players like Hoshiumi, Kamomedai's ace, dubbed by many as the "Small Giant," the "Immovable Hirugami" who is Kamomedai's cornerstone blocker and the 2 meter player Hakuba. 

Members Edit

Name Position Year Status
Aaron MurphyCoach68Active

Name Number Position Year Status
Aikichi Suwa#1Setter / Captain3rd yearActive
Izuru Nozawa#4Wing Spiker / Outside Hitter3rd yearActive
Kōrai Hoshiumi #5Wing Spiker / Outside Hitter / Ace2nd yearActive
Sachirō Hirugami#6Middle Blocker2nd yearActive
Isao Norikura#7Wing Spiker / Opposite Hitter?Active
Kazuyoshi Bessho#8Middle Blocker1st yearActive
Gao Hakuba#10Wing Spiker / Opposite Hitter2nd yearActive
Liam Tokura#12Setter1st yearActive
Keiichirō Kanbayashi#13Libero3rd yearActive

Interhigh National Tournament (2012) Edit

Quarter Final

  • Kamomedai High School vs ??

Spring High National Tournament (2013) Edit

For nationals, Kamomedai wasn't exempt from the first round.

First Round

  • Kamomedai High School vs Chikuida High School [Ibaraki] (2:0 / 25-20, 25-18)

Second Round

  • Kamomedai High School vs Shinta Tech High School [Shiga] ( ?? : ?? / ??)

Third Round

  • Kamomedai High School vs Takagiyama High School [Ehime] (2:0 / 25-??, 25-22)

Quarter Final

Semi Final

  • Kamomedai High School vs Ichibayashi High ( ?? : ?? / ??)

Trivia Edit

  • Kamome (鴎) in Kamomedai translates to seagull.
  • Kamomedai has attended the Spring Interhigh for the 3rd year in a row and their 15th overall.
  • Their official team banner reads, ""習慣は第二の天性なり" ("Shūkan wa Daini no Tenseinari"), which translates to "Habit is Second Nature."
  • They are the first team in the series to have a non-Japanese coach and one with experience in the pro-leagues.
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