Scott first started playing volleyball in 1979, playing college intramurals in Indiana. After moving to North Carolina in 1983 he played in various leagues and became a USVBA member, playing outside hitter and back row. It was also during this time that he became involved in the world of outdoor tournaments, triples and doubles, both in sand and grass. Scott became involved in coaching in 2012 with BRYC and joined Manassas Volleyball Club in 2014 for their first season as the assistant coach of the 15s team. His philosophy is that every player is an integral part of the team and that hard work, teamwork and a positive attitude are the most important aspects of the game. Scott still plays on average 3 times a week in leagues, open gyms and the occasional outdoor tournament. Scott is safesport and impact certified and is certified in reffing and scoring.
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Tiany Perez was born and raised in Puerto Rico. She started playing volleyball at 9 years old, and while growing up, she played for multiple volleyball clubs at literally every position. Tiany attended Notre Dame Catholic High School. In her four years there, they qualified for Nationals and won a State Championship. Despite tearing her ACL during her senior year of high school, she was recruited by The College of New Rochelle, NY, where she excelled as a student-athlete. Her college team won the district conference all 4 years, qualified in 2014 and 2015 for the ECAC finals and in 2016 made it to the NCAA tournament. Her accomplishments and awards included the ECAC DIII Metro/ Upstate Libero of the Week Award, HVIAC All-Conference team, AD31 All-Conference Second Team Libero, 12th Annual Greyhound Premiere All-Tournament Team and Kean Invitational All-Tournament Team. While in college, she also found time to serve as an assistant coach for a volleyball club in NYC. Tiany believes in teaching the fundamentals of the game and the discipline of team. Tiany wants to stay involved in the game by coaching volleyball and using her passion for the game to empower young women to grow as student-athletes.
Raena started playing volleyball as a setter/right side hitter for her Houston, TX High School. She then went on to play for Randolph-Macon College as a right side hitter where she graduated with a degree in Accounting in 2011. While playing at Macon, Raena helped lead R-MC to their first ODAC Championship in 2009, as well as their first NCAA Appearance. Raena received the ODAC Player of the Year Award and ODAC Player of the Week Award, All- ODAC First Team Award, and VaSID First Team All-State. In 2010, Raena helped lead the team to their second ODAC Championship as well as the NCAA Sweet Sixteen. Raena received the ODAC Player of the Year Award, All-ODAC First Team Award, and ODAC All-Tournament Team. Raena was honored with the Susan Locke DeNagy Award- recognizing outstanding athletic accomplishments, academic achievements, leadership and sportsmanship. During her spare time while attending R-MC, Raena coached club volleyball at Fredericksburg Juniors as well as private lessons. Since graduating from college, Raena stays involved in volleyball by playing in leagues and competing in beach volleyball tournaments. She uses her passion for the game and competitive nature to motivate young girls to improve their skills through hard work, determination and a positive attitude.
Rodney has been organizing teams in local adult rec leagues and coaching USA Adult Volleyball for over 30 years. He has also been a respected USA Volleyball referee for over 20 years and as such has attained USA Volleyball's Regional Referee status. Well-known and highly respected by both players and coaches alike, he has also been refereeing on the local High School volleyball circuit for over 15 years, including first referee of 3 Virginia state finals. Rodney also enjoys playing organized volleyball. Over the last 35 years, he has played in five USA Volleyball Adult Nationals and two National Seniors Games.
Geoffrey has been coaching volleyball for over 12 years. He has coached all levels from middle school to Varsity as well as travel and club. He has also run a co-ed open adult league for over 17 years in Fairfax, Virginia. He presently serves as the Volleyball Director and Varsity Head Coach for the Fairfax Homeschool Athletic Association where he oversees volleyball operations for all middle school, JV, and Varsity levels. Additional experience over the years has included 7-8th grade girls travel team coach with Chantilly Volleyball Club, U18 boys assistant coach with Braddock Road Volleyball Club, and head coach for multiple co-ed high school teams that compete at the state level in Pennsylvania. His teams have been very successful over the years with 5 NVIAC regional championships, 3 years of undefeated divisional play, 3rd place finish at the NHSVBT National Volleyball Championship in Omaha, Nebraska, as well as being 4-time winners of VHSAA state championships. Geoffrey joined Manassas Volleyball Club in 2017 as Assistant Coach of the Manassas Volleyball U18 AAU National Tournament team. He also works with players on an individual level to improve their on-court performance both physically as well as mentally. His passion is to see all players realize their full potential on the court and, above all, to enjoy the game.
Glen began coaching youth volleyball in 2009 at the Manassas Recreation Center. In 2014 he left the Center's program and opened Manassas Volleyball Club in an effort to reach out to a wider population of young athletes and help them improve their game. In 2015 Glen accepted a position as head coach of the girls JV volleyball team at Manassas Park High School in Manassas, VA. In 2016 he took a position as Coach at Osbourn High School in Manassas Va. Glen is certified in Impact, Safesport, concussion training, sportsmanship, sports nutrition, CPR, and has completed the VHSL curriculum . Glen is the head coach for the Manassas Volleyball Club 18s team and Director of Manassas Volleyball Club.
Kaitlin began her volleyball experience as a back row player in 2009 and made it her niche all the way through her senior year of high school. Once she graduated high school, she volunteered as an assistant coach, helping Glen with his first few years coaching at MVC, and trying out new skills and techniques. Kaitlin feels as if she has evolved as a player and she has now tried out other positions and has come to the realization that diversity - knowledge and skill, for every position on the court makes a better player and a better team. As a coach, her goal is to teach her team basic skill work to build upon, to increase confidence, and be able to make the sport fun while maintaining a competitive edge.
Allison has been playing volleyball since she was 9 years old. She played at the Boys & Girls Club for 3 years and played travel for 4 years. Allison played on her high school’s freshman and JV team her freshman year and on the varsity team for 2 years. In 2010, she began coaching at the Boys & Girls Club and she joined Manassas Volleyball Club as the assistant coach of the 16-1s team in 2016. Allison is currently going to school to become an EMT.
Tiffany played volleyball for two years in high school and has been involved in the sport for more than 25 years at multiple levels – middle and high school, travel, and college. She has played in a women’s recreational league the past 4 years. Tiffany joined Manassas Volleyball Club in 2015 as an assistant coach for the MVC 15s team. She has been the head coach of the MVC 15s team since 2016. Tiffany has completed Gold Medal Squared training for coaches.
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Kevin began playing volleyball while serving in the US Air Force in Berlin, Germany. While playing outside hitter and middle blocker, he learned the positions, roles, rules and nuances of the game, and the team won multiple base championships. He has continued to develop his knowledge of the game. He is a strong communicator who motivates young athletes with a positive, encouraging attitude in a challenging practice environment. Kevin joined Manassas Volleyball Club in 2016 as an assistant coach of the MVC 16s and the AAU National 17s teams. He is AAU, Impact and SafeSport certified.
Caitlin is a graduate of Virginia Tech. She has a Bachelor's degree in Biological Sciences and currently works for George Mason University's National Center for Biodefense and Infectious Diseases in Manassas, VA. Caitlin played for Brookville High School volleyball team in Lynchburg, VA. She played JV as a freshman and Varsity her sophomore through senior years. She was the starting Right Side (opposite setter) and played both front and back row. Her high school team was very successful and won the district championship, regional championship and went to State's during her time at Brookville. Caitlin also played for Heart of Virginia and Roanoke Juniors. During the off season, Caitlin played in the Lynchburg City Recreational League and assisted her high school coach in running youth volleyball camps during the summer. After graduation, Caitlin coached a youth recreational team in Lynchburg. During college, Caitlin continued to play doubles and also played on co-ed recreational teams at Virginia Tech. Caitlin's coaching philosophy is player development, working hard as well as working smart, and demonstrating constant hustle on the court. Caitlin believes in teaching the fundamentals of volleyball and instilling in players the drive to improve their game with self reflection and self discipline. Lastly, Caitlin believes in challenging every player on the court to be a leader and a strong communicator. Caitlin hopes to inspire young athletes to always work hard, learn from their mistakes and most importantly have fun and love the game.