The Quadrant

Chuck Rey: Volleyball Needs a Tangible Asset Like CROSSNET to Keep Growing

My name is Chuck Rey. I am the Head Volleyball Coach at Winthrop University. I have been coaching volleyball for over 15 years, 11 years at the Division I level, and been involved in the...

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Jennifer Jacobs: Coaching is a Lifestyle - It's Not an 8 to 5 Job

  I have been coaching club volleyball since 2001 when I was also still in college, so 19 years total.  I’ve been coaching college for 8 years. Currently college, NCAA DII.  But I have coached...

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Kylie Dorton: Helping Your Players Develop their Personalities Makes Your Team Stronger

My name is Kylie Dorton and I was born, raised, and still reside in Delaware County, Indiana. I started playing club volleyball when I was 8 years old. I played club volleyball and school volleyball...

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7 Reasons Why CROSSNET Is the King of Backyard Games

How many games out there can boast that they have the competitive edge of volleyball and the laid-back atmosphere of four square? The answer is one, and it’s our very own CROSSNET. What Is CROSSNET?...

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Kevin Pratte: Winning Gold Medals is Not Everything

I started coaching volleyball when I was 19 years old. It was really fun coaching during the summer while I was playing college volleyball at the University of the Pacific. It was a fun summer...

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Brennon Coker: Their Success is My Success, and Their Failure is My Failure

Coach Brennon Coker on coaching volleyball: "Their Success is My Success, and Their Failure is My Failure"

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Becoming One of the Greats: Coach Ricardo Guimaraes

Coach Ricardo Guimaraes talks about his 20 years volleyball coaching career and shares his own views on the future of volleyball.

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Once a Volleyball Player, Always a Volleyball Player

  My name is Megan Carr and I played volleyball for 13+ years and have been coaching for 4 years. Currently I coach at the collegiate level at University of Indianapolis, so 18-22 year old...

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Just as Much of a Mental Game as a Physical Game

I hope everyone is doing well and staying safe as we navigate these unprecedented times.  My name is John Klanac and I am an Assistant Volleyball Coach at Rice University in Houston, Texas.  I’m super...

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More Than Just a Volleyball Coach by Jeff Steinberg

I have been coaching volleyball since I was a freshman in college back in 2010. Crazy to think that it has already been 10 years. I started out coaching high school club volleyball, then helped...

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Preparation Prevents Poor Performance

I’m Amanda Youell, a volleyball coach. I’ve been coaching off and on since I was 19 years old myself. That would make it about thirteen years total. I coach elementary school all the way through...

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Intermittent Fasting: What is it about and can it help me?

Ryan Charles is a young professional living in New York City with a passion for a holistic approach to health and wellness. He focuses on simple strategies to maximize performance of mind and body with...

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