This season, the frosh team came second in league (behind Laguna Beach High School) with 12 wins and 2 losses (both LBHS), a huge improvement from previous years. This record could be partially due to the new coach, Blaise Richelieu, who had assisted Varsity the previous year. When asked what he did differently this year as compared to last year's coach, he said, "I believe I put in more time and dedication to the sport. Not only did I focus on improving every girl to the best of my ability, but I also made sure that on a group level they all knew the important techniques of the sport."
Early in the season, one starting player was moved up to JV and another dropped the sport, and the dynamic changed. However, this change was critical and made the team what it was this season, and it is clear that the group has talent as well. At one home game, freshman Sierra Dixon served 12 straight serves at the beginning of a game. Also, this team had more girls jump serving in games than Varsity did. Although the entire team was a success, there were some key players. Coach Richelieu would said "everyone would agree that Felicia and Paige were true leaders and strong players who everyone could always count on to perform to the best of their abilities."
The key to the success of this team could changed based on who you asked, but Coach Richelieu said, "Everyone of them, if given the chance, would stay sand practice longer. They were all dedicated and they wanted to do well. I was just shining a light to the path of success, they are the ones who followed."