Coaches

Toni-Ann Templeman

NorCal 18 Black

NorCal Volleyball Club is thrilled to have Toni-Ann Templeman back in action at NorCal. She coached with NorCal from 2006-2012 where she led four teams to Juniors Nationals including an 11 place finish in 2007 (which was the top finish NorCal had ever had at that time) with her 16 Black team. She also have taken home championships at the Pacific Northwest Qualifier in Spokane and the SCVA Qualifier in LA. She was the Varsity Head Coach for 7 full seasons at Granda High School where they earned two back to back NCS runner up championships and was a PE teacher for 11 years. Toni-Ann is married to Ryan Templeman and they have two kids Zoe (5) and Brayden (7).

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Taylor Cruz

NorCal 18 Black

Harrison Graham

NorCal 17 Black

This is Harrison Graham’s 8th year coaching at NorCal. In the last three seasons his teams have qualified for Junior Nationals, finishing 14th in 2015 (17 Black, finishing 13th in 2013 (15 Black), and 12th in 2014 (16 Black). 17 Black won the silver medal at Far Westerns, and 16 Black's 2014 season was highlighted by winning the silver medal at Colorado Crossroads. In 2011 he was awarded with Head Coach of the Year, for coaching the 18 Blue team. In 9 of 11 seasons coaching club his teams have finished in the top 20 of NCVA. Harrison has coached over 25 seasons of College, High School, and club volleyball combined. Most recently Harrison coached at Carondelet, serving as the Head JV and Assistant Varsity coach. He played for Miramonte HS and EBAY VBC, in addition to playing with LMC and HNU collegiately. Harrison serves as Vice President for a international export and logistics company in Danville.

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Lindsay Fogarty

NorCal 17 Black

Lindsay Fogarty is excited to be returning to NorCal after a year off to enter her 7th year of coaching. She has assisted at the 15s, 16s, 17s, and 18s levels, with 5 out of 6 teams qualifying for Junior Nationals. In 2015 she was honored with the Assistant Coach of the Year award with her 18 Black team, which qualified for Nationals by winning the Ohio Valley Qualifier. She graduated from Amador Valley High School in 2006, where she played on Varsity as a starting middle blocker for 3 years. During that time, she played for NorCal 16 Black and 18 Black, qualifying for Junior Nationals both years. She continued her volleyball career at the University of New Hampshire, where she was a 4 year starter as a middle blocker. She was voted to the America East All-Rookie team her freshman season, and was an America East First Team All Conference selection her junior and senior seasons. Senior year she made the transition to outside hitter, and was voted her team's MVP. Lindsay graduated with a degree in Communications in 2010 and returned to the Bay Area, where she helped coach the varsity team at Amador Valley. She now works as the business manager for Fantasy Sound Event Services- a wedding services company in Livermore.

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Jamie Hadenfeldt

NorCal 16 Black

Bay Area native Jamie Hadenfeldt was born in Alameda, and grew up in Benicia. A standout three sport athlete, Jamie earned multiple All-league honors in basketball, softball, and volleyball. After high school, Jamie chose the University of Connecticut, where she earned a degree in Molecular and Cell Biology. Jamie, an Outside Hitter, collected- Team MVP, All-Big East Team, AVCA All-Region Team, The Iron Husky Award, and Scholar-Athlete honors with the Huskies. Jamie returned to the Bay Area in 2007, and had been coaching at her alma mater where she had 9 league titles leading the Panthers. Now in her 12th year as a club coach Jamie brings with her 9 Appearances at Nationals: 3 Open Division, 5 National-(1 Bronze Medal), & 1 American Division Appearance. Jamie will be in her second year with NorCal Volleyball Club and the 16 Black team.

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Rachel Stier

NorCal 16 Black

Rachel Stier is thrilled to enter her second year coaching NorCal. A Bay Area native grew up in San Leandro and attended Bishop O’Dowd High School. As a Dragon, she was a four-year varsity volleyball player and a three time All HAAL First Team selection. She was a  member of Golden Bear Volleyball Club that earned two Junior Olympic medals in her time.  After high school Rachel attended Marquette University as member of the NCAA women’s volleyball team. She helped her team advance to three NCAA tournament appearances and a Big East Championship Title. She was also a three time member of the Big East All Academic Team. After college Rachel lived in Iowa where she was a radio color commentator for the University of Iowa Women’s Volleyball Team. Finally returning back to the east bay, Rachel is looking forward to returning to NorCal for another great season.  Go NorCal!!  

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Jay Felch

NorCal 16 Blue

Jay Felch is entering his 15th year with NorCal Volleyball Club. He has been coaching volleyball since 1999 and youth sports since 1991. In 2009 he took his 14s team to JO's in the National division. He is IMPACT and Gold Medal Squared certified. In addition to coaching a team for NorCal, Jay also organizes the NorCal Doubles program, coaches Fall Ball, and provides private instruction. He is a 2 time NorCal Coach of the Year award winner. Outside the gym, Jay is a software engineer, is married, and has twin daughters. Jay is passionate about volleyball and coaching. He believes that through coaching volleyball, you teach life lessons - especially about our choices and decisions - and that the journey, not the destination, is what's most important. Jay believes that a positive team culture is critical to the success of a team. He works hard to instill confidence in his players so that they believe in themselves and their team.

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Ernie Rodriguez

NorCal 15 Black

Ernie Rodriguez is in his 10th year as a Head Coach for NorCal Volleyball Club. Ernie is in his 22nd year of coaching College, High School and Club volleyball combined. He started coaching in 1995 at CS Maritime Academy in Vallejo before accepting the Assistant Coach position at Solano Community College. He previously coached at Tennyson High School, was the Co-Head Coach for Castro Valley High School, Cal High School, Concord High School and currently the Head Coach at Acalanes High School. At Acalanes High School Ernie was the Head Coach for the Dons in 2016 when they won the CIF State Championship. Ernie played club volleyball while growing up in Arizona. He also participated on a club volleyball team for the University of Arizona. In the 2014 season he coached the 14 Black team where they won the Colorado Crossroads National Qualifier, finishing 4th in the Open division at Far Westerns and led them to a 5th place finish in the USA Division at JO’s. In 2014 he was awarded with Co Head Coach of the Year with his wife and Assistant Coach Shari Rodriguez. In the 2015 season he coached NorCal 15 Black where his team earned a bid to Junior Nationals through the NCVA point system and led the team to a 5th place finish in the American Division at Junior Nationals. He has also finished in the top 10 of the NCVA Power League division in 4 of the last five seasons.

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Shari Rodriguez

NorCal 15 Black

Shari Rodriguez is in her 11th year coaching with NorCal Volleyball Club. Shari played volleyball at Cal State Hayward for two years following her career at Napa Community College. Shari has been coaching for the past thirty years, starting at the high school level, then being a Grad Assistant at Cal State Hayward before moving on as a Head Coach at Solano College. Her high school coaching careers includes eleven years at Castro Valley High, two at Concord High and she is currently enjoying her second season at Acalanes High. In her first year at Acalanes she helped coached the way to a CIF State Championship! Shari is excited to be back coaching 15 Black for another season!

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Linda Draper

NorCal 15 Blue

Linda Draper is entering her 7th year of coaching for NorCal - although she has been with NorCal for over 12 years as a parent, cheerleader, fan. She comes to NorCal with over 25 years of coaching experience at the high school level - leading teams to league and North Coast section titles. Her NorCal teams have finished in the top 25 of Northern California and top 20 finishes in National Qualifiers. By far her greatest pleasure in coaching has been taking sub par programs and developing them into league contenders. Along with program development, Linda takes developing the individual athlete on the court, in the classroom, and within the community as a top priority (teams with league MVP's, college scholarships, and community service projects.) She works with individual athletes in private lessons as well as group lessons and camps. She is Gold Medal Squared and IMPACT certified. Linda is married to her husband Don for over 29 years and is a mom of 3 daughters.

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Jessica Xavier

NorCal 15 Blue

2017-2018 Club Season Tryouts Tryouts for this age group will be on Sunday, November 5th from 8:30-11:00am at Dougherty Valley High School in San Ramon. Registration for tryouts will go live on our website on October 1st. Jessica Xavier is entering her fourth year coaching at NorCal Volleyball Club. Last year, she was the assistant for NorCal 16 Blue team. She has helped with NorCal camps and clinics as well as past NorCal Fall Ball programs. Jessica grew up in Livermore where she played as a libero for Granada High School. During high school she coached at Mendenhall Middle School and Altamont Volleyball Club. After high school, she went to Sonoma State and graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications. Jessica enjoys seeing the players grow within the sport and find a true passion for it. She is extra excited to be back at the 15's age group!

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Miranda Rodriguez

NorCal 15 White

Miranda is entering her fifth year coaching at NorCal. In the past she has coached ages ranging from 10-15 including juniors, assisting 15 blue, fall ball, camps and clinics here at NorCal. Miranda is a former NorCal player, playing here from age 15-18. She continued her volleyball career at Holy Names University in Oakland where she helped her team win a Cal Pac Championship. Miranda just moved back to the area and is very excited to be back with NorCal and coaching 12 blue.

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Jen Huynh

NorCal 15 White

Jennifer is entering her third year coaching with NorCal Volleyball Club. In the past she has coached players ages ranging from 11-16. She is a Bay Area native, playing volleyball throughout her middle and high school years. She graduated from San Francisco State University with a B.S. in Kineiosiology and currently a Physical Education Teacher. She truly loves and is very passionate to have an opportunity to educate kids on how to be healthy and physically fit through sports. Jennifer is excited to join the NorCal team and can't wait to see the players growth. "Aim to be the best you can be. When you have done it- you'll be a winner, always." Go Norcal!!

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Stacey O'Connor

NorCal 14 Black

Stacey O'Connor is entering her ninth year coaching for NorCal and her second year back at the 14 Black level which she is very excited about. Before last season, Stacey spent four seasons at the 16s and 17s age groups. Previous years she coached NorCal 12s in 2002/03, 18s in 2004/05 season and 14s in 2010/2011. From 2005-2012 Stacey played professionally in Europe. She played for St. Mary's College from 2001-2004 and graduated in 2005 receiving a BA in Communication. Stacey was part of the St. Mary's team that advanced to the Sweet 16 in 2004. The team finished the best in program history with a 25-4 record and ranked 10th in the Nation. She finished second in the West Coast Conference for hitting percentage with an average of 2.13 kills per game and second for blocks per game with 1.32. In 2002, O’Connor recorded 1.62 blocks per game, ranking her sixth in the nation for blocking, helping her become an Honorable Mention All-WCC selection. For five years Stacey competed internationally with the Great Britain Women’s Volleyball team. In addition to, Stacey has lived and played in Germany, Austria, France, Finland and England. Throughout her playing career, Stacey has coached St. Mary's camps, Gold Medal Squared camps, youth teams throughout Europe, and received her Level 1 coaching certification for England Volleyball. For four years Stacey helped develop volleyball in England and Northern Ireland, through Podium Projects, GoSpike and Adopt An Olympian.

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Sydney Kordic

NorCal 14 Black

Sydney Kordic is no stranger to NorCal Volleyball Club. She played for NorCal from 12’s to 18’s and is now entering her fourth year as an assistant coach at NorCal after coaching club at NCVC and Five Starz in Sacramento before that. She played 4 years of varsity volleyball at California High School where she was named EBAL MVP her senior year and all-league 3 years. After high school she went on to play four years of Division I volleyball at Sacramento State as a libero. During her senior year at Sacramento State, she earned all-league recognition. She graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications and is currently a Digital Marketing Assistant for Abaxis in Union City.

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Devin Shaver

NorCal 14 Blue

Devin Shaver is in her fourth year coaching for NorCal Volleyball Club. Last year, she was the assistant coach for NorCal 14 White and NorCal 17 Black and 16 Black the year priors. Before coming to NorCal to coach, Devin coached for two years at Empire Volleyball Club. Devin has coached at various NorCal summer camps and clinics and NorCal Fall Ball Program. Devin attended Sonoma State University and played on the Intercollegiate volleyball team as a Setter from 2010-2014. She was named to the CCAA All-Academic team all four years. She graduated Magna Cum Laude with a BA in Bi-disciplinary Mathematics and minors in Business and Spanish. Devin attended Granada High School, where she played on the Varsity Volleyball team from 2006-2010 as an Outside Hitter and a Setter. She was team Captain and team MVP her Junior and Senior years, was All League three years, and won the Livermore-Granada Boosters Olympian award her Senior year. Devin played for NorCal Volleyball Club for 7 years (2004-2010) and was on three teams that qualified for the Junior Olympics. She was a part of the NorCal 16 Black team that earned a Gold medal at the Junior Olympics in 2008 and was named to the All-Tournament Team as a Setter.

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Matt Souza

NorCal 14 Blue

Matt is entering his third year as an assistant coach at NorCal after coaching for Sacramento Country Day School and boy’s club volleyball at NCVC. He was the Student Volunteer Assistant for Sacramento State’s D1 Women’s NCAA indoor and beach programs, and was a Head Coach for Kamana Volleyball Club’s beach program. He played 2 years of varsity volleyball at California High School where he earned honorable mention his senior year as a captain and led his team to a second consecutive EBAL league title. After high school he went on to play four years of collegiate club volleyball at Sacramento State as a pin hitter, middle hitter, and DS. During his four years at Sac State he helped the Hornets win a bronze national title and three ninth place finishes at the NCVF Men’s D1 Championships. He graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Parks and Recreation Management and is currently working at an Auto Body Shop as 2017-2018 Club Season Tryouts Tryouts for this age group will be on Sunday, November 4th from 5:30-8:00pm at Dougherty Valley High School in San Ramon. Registration for tryouts will go live on our website on October 1st. the VP Production Manager for D&S Body Shop INC. in San Ramon.

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Sara Bungarz

NorCal 13 Black

Sara Bungarz is entering her 11th year coaching with NorCal Volleyball Club and has taken our 12 Black team to Junior Nationals the past three seasons. In 2015, she took NorCal's first ever 12's team to Nationals in New Orleans- not only did the 2015 12 Black team received a National bid, they also placed 3rd in region and received a Bronze Medal at Far Westerns. In 2016 our 12's competed at Nationals in Indianapolis and once again received a National bid and finished 3rd in region. This past season our 2017 12 Black team earned an American bid and attended Nationals in Minneapolis. Sara has coached a mix of 12’s and 13’s at NorCal for the past 10 seasons- taking her 2010 and 2012 13’s teams to Nationals. Sara is a Bay Area native, playing high school volleyball at Moreau Catholic and college volleyball at Chabot College and Menlo College. When she is not on the volleyball court, Sara spends her time working for Oath and cheering on all Bay Area sports teams. Go NorCal!

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Kathy Higbee

NorCal 13 Black

Kathy Higbee is in her 9th year with NorCal Volleyball Club, where she has coached at the 13's, 14's, or 15's age groups. Seven out of the last eight years the teams have earned a bid to Junior Nationals. She has also coached Fall Ball for the last several years. She graduated from Campolindo High School. After high school Kathy played her collegiate career at Brigham Young University, under Coach Carl McGown, where they were ranked every year in the top 10 and as high as #1 in the country. She played outside hitter as well as defensive specialist. Upon returning to the Bay Area she helped coach at Campolindo when they went to the state finals. Kathy also coached for two years at Dougherty Valley High School in San Ramon. She is the resident substitute teacher at Dougherty Valley High School. Kathy lives in San Ramon with her husband, Cory, and is the mother of 4 children.

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Molly Ratto

NorCal 13 Black

Molly Ratto is entering her fifth year coaching at NorCal Volleyball Club after graduating from Chico State in 2014 with a Bachelor's in Communication Design. Before playing volleyball at Chico, Molly played at NorCal for her 12s, 16s, 17s, & 18s club seasons. In 2008, her 16s team took the Gold Medal (National Division) at the Junior Olympics with Coach Keegan Cook. In high school, Molly was a two-time First-Team All-League selection for Castro Valley High as an Outside Hitter. After many great seasons with NorCal, Chico, and Castro Valley, Molly began her coaching career at Castro Valley High School where she is the Varsity Head Coach. Molly is very excited to be back for another year with NorCal!

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Lyndsay Albiani

NorCal 13 Blue

Lindsey Herbert

NorCal 13 Blue

Lindsey Herbert is entering her ninth year coaching with NorCal. Over her time with Norcal, Herbert has coached Juniors, 12 Black and 15 Black, assisting 4 teams to Junior Nationals. Prior to coaching, Lindsey grew up within the Norcal family where she started playing when she was 11 years old on our Norcal 12 Black team. Herbert’s entire club volleyball career was played at Norcal where she competed at the Junior Nationals three times and helped her team win the No Dinx Far Western National Qualifier in 2009. Herbert grew up in Livermore where she attended Granada High School and played three years of Varsity Volleyball. She recently graduated from San Jose State with a BS in Criminal Justice and minor in Human Rights. Herbert is excited to be coaching 13 Blue this season and looks forward to a fantastic season!

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Emerson Salonga

NorCal 12 Black

Transplanted from Champaign, Illinois, Emerson played collegiate volleyball at the University of Illinois. He earned his B.A. in 1995 and his team won the BIG TEN Club Championship during that same year. During college, Emerson began coaching at his high school alma mater, Champaign Centennial HS and girls’ club volleyball at Twin City Volleyball Club and was the Head Coach for the University of Illinois, Women’s Club Volleyball team for two seasons. After graduation, Emerson moved to Chicago and coached boy’s volleyball at Evanston Township High School in 1998. While there, he decided to turn coaching volleyball into a career and moved to California. In the high school ranks, Emerson coached at Ygnacio Valley HS, San Ramon Valley HS, and Arroyo HS. At the club level he began coaching for Lamorinda Volleyball Club 16-2 in 2000. The next season Emerson began coaching at Golden Bear Volleyball Club from 2001-2017. Amongst his duties there, he assisted the 18-Forefront team under current University of Colorado Associate Head Coach, Lee Maes and won a Bronze Medal in the 18-Open Division in 2003. Emerson took over the 18s Head Coaching position from 2005-2011. While with Golden Bear 18-Forefront, Emerson’s teams qualified for the 18-Open Division 7 straight years and earned two 5th place finishes. In the club divisions, his teams earned two straight Silver Medals in 2009 and 2010. From 2006-2017, Emerson was the Director of Coaching for Golden Bear overseeing player development and coaches’ education. In addition, Emerson was the Lead Clinician for summer camps, Fall Ball, and position-specific clinics during the season. In 2001, Emerson became involved in the USA Volleyball High Performance Programs as and Evaluator and Coach, 2001-2007. In 2002, he was a coach for the USA Volleyball Junior National Development Program and won a Silver Medal at the USA High Performance Championships, Junior Division in St. George UT. In 2006, he was the Training Coach for the USA Volleyball Junior Girl’s National Team that went on to win a Gold Medal that summer at the NORCECA Qualifying Tournament qualifying for the World Championships in 2017. The next year, Emerson was the Training Coach for the Youth National Team in 2007 preparing for the NORCECA Tournament in Mexicali, Mexico. Collegiately, Emerson began coaching as the Volunteer Assistant Coach at University of California, Berkeley in 2003-2004. He then moved to Logan, UT as an Assistant Coach at Utah State University in 2004. Since moving back to Pleasanton, Emerson has been a Physical Education Teacher for 13 years. He has taught at Fallon Middle School in Dublin since 2008 and is the Head Coach and Program Director for the Girl’s Volleyball Teams. In the last two seasons, his teams have earned back-to-back undefeated League Champions. Emerson’s passion for coaching centers around training his players with the skills needed to advance to the next level. He takes pride in his players’ work ethic and discipline in developing solid fundamental techniques. Emerson and Shelby live in Pleasanton with their children, Katie and Josh, and enjoy watching them grow and develop through the opportunities sports can provide.

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Shelby Salonga

NorCal 12 Black

Born and raised in Pleasanton, Shelby played volleyball and basketball at Amador Valley High School before heading to Wichita State University on a volleyball scholarship as an outside hitter/middle blocker. After graduating magna cum laude from WSU, Shelby interned at the University of California, Berkeley in the athletic department, before moving on to work for the Oakland Athletics. She began her coaching career at Golden Bear Volleyball in 1998. Shelby spent the next 13 years coaching teams in the 15-18 divisions with 12 appearances at USA Volleyball Junior National tournament including 7 in the Open division. Her teams have earned a 15 Open division Bronze medal, two 18 Open 5th place finishes, won the Gold medal in 16 Club, and took home two 18 Club Silver medals. In 2008, Shelby and her husband, Emerson’s Golden Bear 18 Forefront team triple qualified in 18 Open by winning Gold medals at both the Colorado Crossroads and Pacific Northwest Qualifiers, and earning a bid at Far Westerns. Shelby enjoys keeping in touch with her former players and seeing the wonderful adults they have become! Shelby spent the last 6 years coaching her two children in PYB and CYO basketball, as well as running a mini-volleyball program for her daughter and friends. She’s excited to be returning to club volleyball and sharing her love of the game. Shelby and Emerson live in Pleasanton with their two children, Katie and Josh.

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Jasmine Frye

NorCal 12 Blue

Jasmine Frye is entering her second year with NorCal Volleyball Club after one previous season at 13 Blue. Jasmine attended St. Mary's College High School where she played 3 full years on Varsity, and was bumped up to Varsity during the playoffs as a freshman. She also played club volleyball since the age of 12 until graduating from St. Mary's. At St. Mary’s, the volleyball team was #1 in league, and #2 in the State of California DIV IV where she played DS. After graduating from St. Mary's she was recruited to several D1 state schools in California, but decided to play Libero/DS volleyball at a D1 University in Alabama. She was ranked #2 in digs in the league. She played in Alabama for 2 years, and decided to transfer to UC Davis where her dad previously was a professor. She really loves and enjoys both volleyball and academics. She graduated from Davis with B.A in Sociology emphasis in Social Services and a double minor in African Studies and Contemporary Leadership. Jasmine really enjoy working with kids and families and got that trait from her mom who is a principal and her dad was a UC Berkeley Professor. While she played volleyball in college she also started coaching at some of the elite club teams in Alabama. Coaching volleyball in Alabama, made me want to continue not only coaching volleyball, but also furthering my education in Social Work. In 2015 she was the Head Coach of Albany Frosh and JV team and she assisted Varsity. In 2016 she was the Head Coach of St. Mary's Freshman Volleyball and the Head Coach of an Xceleration Club team. Now she is coaching Fall Ball at NorCal. Jasmine enjoys coaching young girls to give them the basic fundamentals and techniques they need in order to be successful as they further their volleyball careers.

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Miranda Rodriguez

NorCal 12 Blue

Robin Enciso

NorCal 11 Black

Robin is in her 9th year coaching with NorCal Volleyball Club after coaching one year at Altamont Volleyball Club. She played high school volleyball in Southern California in L.A. and San Diego. She continued her career at Glendale C.C. and San Diego Mesa college. She then played on scholarship at Florida International University. After college, Robin played on the WPVA from 1989-92. Robin also spent 8 years coaching in the high school ranks at both Livermore and Foothill. Robin is passionate about both indoor and beach volleyball and she still plays beach today. Robin spent many years in the 16s age groups at NorCal but last year ventured on to the 12s age group to coach our 12 AAU team. We are very excited to have Robin coaching our first ever 11 Black team as she is great at working with the younger ages in skill development and teaching life lessons that sports can bring at such a young age.

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Carrie Archer

NorCal Juniors

Carrie is in her third year coaching with NorCal. She was born and raised in Southern California, attended Cerritos High School, and played for Magnum Volleyball Club as an outside hitter and setter. After high school, Carrie went on to play on scholarship for Cal Poly San Luis Obispo as a setter. She graduated with a degree in Kinesiology, and is again very excited to be coaching at NorCal and working with the Juniors again this season. Carrie feels fortunate to have the opportunity to work with the younger age group, and introduce them to the sport that has taught and given her so much through the years. GO NORCAL!

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Jasmine Frye

NorCal Juniors

Jasmine Frye is entering her second year with NorCal Volleyball Club after one previous season at 13 Blue. Jasmine attended St. Mary's College High School where she played 3 full years on Varsity, and was bumped up to Varsity during the playoffs as a freshman. She also played club volleyball since the age of 12 until graduating from St. Mary's. At St. Mary’s, the volleyball team was #1 in league, and #2 in the State of California DIV IV where she played DS. After graduating from St. Mary's she was recruited to several D1 state schools in California, but decided to play Libero/DS volleyball at a D1 University in Alabama. She was ranked #2 in digs in the league. She played in Alabama for 2 years, and decided to transfer to UC Davis where her dad previously was a professor. She really loves and enjoys both volleyball and academics. She graduated from Davis with B.A in Sociology emphasis in Social Services and a double minor in African Studies and Contemporary Leadership. Jasmine really enjoy working with kids and families and got that trait from her mom who is a principal and her dad was a UC Berkeley Professor. While she played volleyball in college she also started coaching at some of the elite club teams in Alabama. Coaching volleyball in Alabama, made me want to continue not only coaching volleyball, but also furthering my education in Social Work. In 2015 she was the Head Coach of Albany Frosh and JV team and she assisted Varsity. In 2016 she was the Head Coach of St. Mary's Freshman Volleyball and the Head Coach of an Xceleration Club team. Now she is coaching Fall Ball at NorCal. Jasmine enjoys coaching young girls to give them the basic fundamentals and techniques they need in order to be successful as they further their volleyball careers.

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