Carl Albert’s Abby Boyer – FCA Spotlight Presented By Eskridge Honda

Abby Boyer ended her volleyball season apart of a two-year run that surpassed any season in more than a decade at Carl Albert. In her junior season, Boyer and the Lady Titans advanced to the State Tournament for the first time since 2009. This past season, Boyer was one of five seniors to lead the Lady Titans back the State Tournament. And to cap off the season, the Lady Titans were named Academic State Champions. Boyer was also named to the All-Conference Team and was an All-State Honorable Mention.

Boyer’s final season was extra special as she got to play alongside her younger sister, Emily, who started as a freshman.

“My sister is my rock, and we play volleyball all the time together,” Boyer said. “Getting to play with her competitively on the same team was the cherry on top and everything I could’ve asked for. It was especially fun because she was a setter, so it was really cool having her set me up during games.”

Although Boyer plays volleyball year-round at Carl Albert and with her club team, she is involved in several school organizations. Boyer’s the manager for the Carl Albert boy’s tennis team, the FCA President, the Senior Class President, and is on the Superintendent Advisory Board for the district. Boyer also enjoys baking in her free time.

However, Boyer is most proud of her “Encouragement Project”.

“I pass out cards that say ‘God Loves You’ on one side, then ‘You are worth it’ on the other,” Boyer said. “I have an Instagram page where I post encouraging posts and pictures. The purpose of this is to promote self-worth and to let people know they are loved. I have passed out over 3,000 cards so far to people at stores, camps, games, and anywhere I feel it’s needed. Students from all over the state recognize me for my cards, and that means more to me than I can imagine.”

Upon graduation, Boyer is deciding among several universities to compete in rowing or volleyball. No matter where she ends up, Boyer plans to pursue a degree in Sports Communication.