Get To Know Coach Angela:

WHAT IS YOUR COACHING EXPERIENCE?

Began Coaching in 2004 - Coaching Collegiate Level Since 2007

Currently Head Women’s Volleyball Coach at Phoenix College (NJCAA) 2018-present
Head Women’s Volleyball Coach at Oklahoma Panhandle State University (NAIA DI) 2018
Head Women’s Volleyball Coach at University of the Southwest (NAIA DI) 2017-2018
Head Women’s Volleyball Coach at Loyola University New Orleans (NAIA DI) 2014-2017
Blue Crab 18’s Coach 2017
Cajunland 18’s and 14’s Coach 2015-2016
Head Women’s Volleyball Coach at Mississippi Valley State University (NCAA DI) 2011-2014
Head Women’s Volleyball Coach at St. Andrews University (NCAA DII/NAIA DII) 2010-2011
Carolina Courts 18’s and 16’s Coach 2011
Head Women’s Volleyball Coach at McCook Community College (NJCAA) 2009-2011
Head Varsity Girls Volleyball Coach at Scottsdale Preparatory 2008
Volleyball Graduate Assistant at Alcorn State University (NCAA DI) 2007-2008
JV Head Volleyball Coach/Assistant Varsity Volleyball Coach at South Mountain High School 2004

HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN A PART OF THE FORTITUDE FAMILY?

First season!

WHAT IS YOUR PLAYING EXPERIENCE?

Middle Blocker at Washington High School in Phoenix, AZ 1997-2001
Outside Hitter Mesa Community College (NJCAA) 2001/2002
Middle Blocker South Mountain Community College (NJCAA) 2002/2003
Middle Blocker Jackson State University (NCAA DI) 2003/2004

WHERE ARE YOU FROM? WHAT STATES HAVE YOU LIVED IN? 

From Phoenix, AZ, have lived in: Mississippi, Nebraska, North Carolina, Louisiana, New Mexico, and Oklahoma

WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE FOOD? 

Sushi

WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE COFFEE DRINK?

Iced white chocolate mocha

WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE SPORT TO WATCH? (OTHER THAN VOLLEYBALL) 

Swimming

WHAT DO YOU DO BESIDES VOLLEYBALL? 

I enjoy spending time with my mom and two children Alyx (4), and Alijah (3). I also like to swim and watch reality tv shows.

WHY DO YOU LOVE VOLLEYBALL?

Volleyball gives you the opportunity to build friendships and relationships that last long after you stop playing or are no longer a part of a program. Volleyball becomes an extended family made up of players, coaches, parents, and co-workers. I love the pace of the game, the fact you are always learning something new every day. Volleyball gives individuals an opportunity to showcase their talents and helps build a foundation for you even after you no longer play.