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2017MikaylaI have a lot of experience working with children and young adults both on and off the court.  I have been an assistant coach for little league sports including basketball, tee-ball, and volleyball, have coached middle school basketball, and have coached multiple volleyball camps and classes.  I have coached two years of high school volleyball and basketball, and one year of club volleyball. 
I prefer working with older athletes that have a stronger basis in athletic skills and abilities so that we can start refining those skills rather than building them from scratch but I am just as equipped to build your knowledge and skill from a rudimentary level.
I am currently in my fifth year of college. I played volleyball competitively from the age of 10 until I was 19, my freshman year of college. In high school I played varsity all four years at a division one school earning first team all-conference in the Wisconsin Valley Conference my senior year as well as a spot on the UW-Oshkosh Volleyball team. I took a year off to peruse other passions and when I came back to play I wasn't able to due to an injury. That hasn't kept me away though, for the last two years I have been in Milwaukee coaching a local high school team, a club team, and have been working with some of my trainees for almost 2 years now watching my athletes go to nationals, and the senior Olympics has been as rewarding as seeing their faces when they get an overhand served over for the first time or come back from down game to win a set. 



Rick has experience coaching youth ages 8-18 in multiple sports. He believes strongly in a positive approach to coaching, because young athletes respond well to positive reinforcement and hearing the things they are doing right.

Rick also encourages his teams to have a "CAN DO" attitude. Whether they think they "CAN" or think they "CAN’T", they are probably right. Positivity and focusing on "CAN DO" helps them accomplish anything they set their young minds to.

Positive attitudes make the game more fun for all of us, and we are so excited to have Rick on staff to help share that message and build strong, hard-working athletes and teams

2013daveCell: 262-707-1003 
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Over the last 19 years of my coaching and teaching career, I have had the pleasure of working with student athletes in 5K thru 12th grade. During that time, I taught in 4 different school districts (Ozaukee, Little Chute, Brookfield, and Slinger) and also gained valuable experience coaching at 3 different volleyball clubs (Mequon Elite, Eclipse & G-Force).  All these experiences (along with budget cuts in the public school sector) have ultimately led to my decision to exit the teaching world and start my own club - Adversity-Wisconsin VBC!

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 I am a new coach for Adversity-Wisconsin VBC, but I come equipped with experience that I have acquired throughout the years. I developed a passion for the club volleyball scene when I played for Wisconsin Power and Wisconsin Select for 7 years. I am thankful for the connections I was able to make and the ​places I was able to see throughout those years, and I want to be able to share those same experiences with the athletes I coach. 

I graduated from Randolph High School where I was a four year starter and letter winner in both volleyball and basketball. I continued my education at the University of Sioux Falls in South Dakota where I obtained a Bachelor's Degree in Exercise Science and played volleyball for two years before going into "retirement." I look forward to having the opportunity to work with athletes whether their goals are to reach their fullest potential for their school teams or to play collegiality, because I feel as though I can provide genuine guidance based on experience. 

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This is my 4th year working with the Adversity-Wisconsin VBC team, although I've been around and supporting it for the past 8 years.  I played volleyball throughout my 4 years of high school at MFHS.  I went on to play for Mount Mary University while pursuing a career in Nursing at the College.  I earned my Bachelors of Science and Nursing through the Mount Mary/Columbia College of Nursing program in 2006.  I am currently doing what I love, and working as a Registered Nurse at the Aurora Germantown Surgery Center. 


As well as Nursing, I am a full time mom to our identical twin daughters, Peyton and Elly, and newborn son Jacob.  In addition to playing/watching volleyball, I enjoy, boating, swimming, campfires, and relaxing as a family.  I am excited to be helping out, and joining the team at Adversity-Wisconsin VBC and am looking forward to many years of success at this growing club!