AP Lite 14 CAF

Citius - Altius - Fortius = Faster - Higher - Stronger

Team Name Origin

The Olympic motto is made up of three Latin words :

Citius - Altius - Fortius. These words mean Faster - Higher - Stronger.

It was the Dominican priest Henri Didon who first expressed the words in the opening ceremony of a school sports event in 1881. Pierre de Coubertin, who was present that day, adopted them as the Olympic motto. It expresses the aspirations of the Olympic Movement not only in its athletic and technical sense but also from a moral and educational perspective.


Source Citation:

"What is the Olympic motto?" Olympic.org. IOC, 2015. Web. 16 Nov. 2015.
<http://registration.olympic.org/en/faq/detail/id/29>.

AP 14 CAF Team Roster

  1. Sofia Beavers
  2. Carrie Christian
  3. Emily Daehler
  4. Britney Frasier
  5. Brianna Garcia
  6. Cassidy Kirchner
  7. Brooklyn Martin
  8. Kendall McKay
  9. Samantha Nagel
  10. Amanda Schwenke
  11. Cora Tien

2016 AP 14 CAF-PRACTICE & SCHEDULE INFO

AP Lite will begin practicing once a week in January and have no more than 5-6 local tournaments; season ending late April or early May.


Practice for us will be on Sunday's from 5-7 pm at Clint Small MS starting in January 2016.


Date Tournament Name Location


  1. Feb 20 AP #4 Austin
  2. March 5 PAC #3 Leander
  3. April 2 PAC #4 Leander
  4. April 16 PAC #5 Leander
  5. April 30-May 1 Regionals Houston



*We will need a parent volunteer to be the team mom (or dad) to help organize food at tournaments, organize Regional hotel information, help out with the end of season banquet (team table and pictures) and overall be a point of contact to help me this season. If you are interested in filling this role, please let me know. Looking forward to meeting you all and can't wait for our season to start. GO AP 14 CAF! ☺

Coaches Bio

Antoniette Ramos was born in Hobbs New Mexico and raised in Alpine, Texas where she played high school volleyball, basketball and ran track for the Alpine Lady Bucks. She is a 1992 Alpine High School graduate and attained her degree from Sul Ross State University in Interdisciplinary Studies in 1996 and a masters degree in School Administration in 1999.


Coach Ramos began her first year of ESL teaching and PE coaching in Clint ISD in El Paso, Texas in 1996. In 1998, she was offered a teaching position with Fabens ISD where she was a middle school volunteer coach for volleyball and basketball and later became a high school track coach. In 2002, Antoniette pursued her library science certification through the University of North Texas in Denton and became a high school librarian for Ysleta High School where she also became the junior varsity volleyball coach from 2006-2009. In 2009, she stepped down from coaching high school and became the head coach for the El Paso Diggers volleyball club in the SURVA region. In 2009, her U12 team was runner up in the regional tournament, USAV GJNC bid qualifiers in 2010 as U13 and 2011 as U14.


Her family relocated to the Austin area in October of 2011 and took time off from coaching club to spend time watching her daughter play high school/club volleyball and her two older boys play sports, as well. She currently is in her 19th year in education and is librarian at Travis Early College High School in AISD. Now that she and her husband are empty nesters, she is rolling up her sleeves one more time to coach the U14 AP Lite team this season.


Coach Ramos is a sports lover and enjoys shopping, reading and spending quality time with her husband and children. She is relentless about her involvement in her children’s lives. Her greatest priority as a parent is making sure they stay well grounded academically, athletically, mentally and spiritually. Her oldest son is a 2014 UT grad and is currently a head coach for Austin Performance. Her middle son is on a baseball scholarship in his sophomore year at Temple College. The youngest and only daughter is studying and also playing college volleyball for St. John’s in Florida.