Kristina Anderson-U14 National

First fundamental is RESPECT.  First, we respect ourselves, and then we respect each other and each teammate’s ability.  Attitude and heart comes out of respect.  Hard work and a winning attitude come out of attitude, heart, and respect.  We strive for perfection and this is accomplished through hard work at practice, playing hard and playing smart.  Practice makes permanent, so we practice with heart, good attitude and respect of each other’s abilities thus we become fierce competitors with a never die attitude.  We compete until the very end.  We take full responsibility for our own actions as individuals and a team.  Every decision made is based on what is best for the athletes first and what may improve the team to greater increase the chance of competing.  Through this we gain confidence.  Confidence is key, defense is essential.

Quote to live by:

“My responsibility is leadership, and the minute I get negative, that is going to have an influence on my team”.  Don Shula

Coaching Principles:

  1. Competence
  2. Integrity
  3. Professional Responsibility
  4. Respect for participants and Dignity
  5. Concern of other’s welfare
  6. Responsible coaching
    A coach is a teacher and a mentor to all volleyball girls at every level.

Experience:
Head Coach-Pacific Coast Volleyball Academy (PCVBA) (U12-U14) 2014-current
Head Coach-Jammin Volleyball (U16) 2010-2012
Assistant Varsity Coach-University High School  Spokane, WA 2000-2005
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