COACHES

2014-2015 COACHING STAFF
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RED ROCK 18-1 BLACK (HEAD COACH)
A transplant from Southern California, David attended and graduated from the University of California-Berkeley, and has enjoyed living in Northern California ever since. Professionally, David works at an online technology and education company originally based out of Stanford University. He is also avidly involved in several business ventures started by his friends and colleagues--together, they work on Academic Development and Investment Analysis projects.

Over the last 9 years, he has coached 12 club teams, all of which have qualified for Junior Olympics/Nationals. Last season, he coached the 17s team that finished T-3rd in the NCVA despite not having participated in PL3. Prior to that, his Red Rock 13s earned a bid to the 2013 Junior National Championships by winning Far Westerns, and subsequently finished 1st in the NCVA Power League. He also helped the 16s team that year to a 2nd place finish in the NCVA, and a top 5 finish in the National division in Dallas. In 2012, his 14s team qualified for the Open division and also won NCVA Power League, while his 16s team also competed at Nationals in Columbus, OH. In 2011, his 13s finished in the top 5 at Nationals in Atlanta, GA. In early March of 2010, his team was the first in the country to qualify for Nationals by winning the Colorado Crossroads Qualifier tournament. In 2009, he helped guide his team to a Bronze Medal in the 16 Open division at Nationals in Miami, FL.

In his free time, David enjoys watching movies and is a devoted sports fan. His heart will always be purple and gold, while his blood runs Dodger blue. His soul lives in Bear Territory as he is diehard Cal sports fan for life.  In the summer of 2014, David and his wife moved to the peninsula to be closer to their jobs and the club.

RED ROCK 18-1 BLACK (ASSISTANT COACH) (COLLEGE RECRUITING COORDINATOR)
Marietta has been coaching club volleyball over the past 7 years and had many successes including: qualifying all her teams to Junior Nationals in the Open or National divisions, top 3 finishes in the Northern California region each year, 5th place finish at Junior Nationals, and helping her players receive offers to play volleyball in college. As one of the co-directors/owners of Red Rock, Marietta strives to continually deliver a high quality club program that can help develop our players to reach their full potential. She is also the club’s college recruiting coordinator working diligently with Red Rock players who strive to play volleyball at the collegiate level.

Marietta was born and raised in Louisville, KY and New Albany, IN. She won the Gold Medal at the 2000 USA Volleyball Junior Olympics playing for Kentucky Indiana Volleyball Academy (KIVA). She attended New Albany High School and was a four-year varsity player on her nationally-ranked volleyball team as an outside hitter. As the team's captain her senior year, she led her team to a 28-3 record earning MVP honors. In her graduating class of 700 students, she received the Overall Top Female Athlete Award and the Top Scholar-Athlete Award. Marietta attended Santa Clara University and played libero during her college career. She graduated with Honors in 2007 with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Finance.

Professionally, Marietta is a CPA and the Senior Accounting Manager-Commercial for Theravance Biopharma, Inc. in South San Francisco, CA. Marietta and her husband David just moved to Redwood City, CA in the summer of 2014. In her spare time, she enjoys remodeling her home, hanging out with family and friends, going to the movies with her husband, and eating shabu-shabu!

RED ROCK 18-2 CRIMSON (HEAD COACH)
SCOTT PETERSEN
Scott Petersen is in his 6th year as the Head Boys Varsity Volleyball Coach at Bellarmine High School. He is the only coach in CCS history to have received two Mercury News Coach of the Year honors with 2 different schools (Los Gatos and Bellarmine). He has won 6 straight CCS D1 titles with 2 different schools and holds the career record in CCS total wins and winning percentage. Scott is also in his 5th year coaching the Girls Harker High Varsity Volleyball team, making 2 consecutive CCS semifinal appearances and League Champs in 2012.

Scott also coaches at the Bay to Bay boys club and has had many successes including: 4 top 10 finishes in Open Division at JOs, bronze medal in club division, and first coach in NCVA history to take as high as 2nd place in an SCVA bid boy’s tournament. He has previously coached girls club volleyball at Stingray and Vision.

As a youth player, Scott won the Bronze medal in the Open Division at JO's in 1995 with Team Santa Cruz as an outside hitter. He attended Bellarmine in 1995-1999 winning CCS his senior year and received many accolades including: Mercury News Player of the Year, WCAL MVP and Bellarmine MVP, 1st Team All Mercury News, and 1st Team All WCAL. Scott continued his volleyball career at collegiate level at Lindenwood University.

Scott works in the RF Technology Industry at Marki Microwave, Inc. He is an avid dog and wine lover. He has a chocolate lab and belongs to a few wine clubs. He is also a huge Giants and 49ers fan and follows both sports in depth. When he needs to relax, he loves vacationing to Hawaii.

RED ROCK 18-2 CRIMSON (ASSISTANT COACH)
ANNE LUCHETTI
Anne was born and raised in Central Illinois and relocated to the Bay Area 11 years ago. Anne’s volleyball career started in the small town of Washburn, IL where she was a 4 year Varsity starter. Anne spent the first 2 years of her collegiate career at Illinois Central College where her team finished 5th & 9th at the National Junior College Athletic Association Championships. She then continued her career at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville and helped lead her team to the NCAA Division II Sweet 16. Anne stayed on at SIUE for an additional 2 years and completed her Master’s Degree in Education.

Since moving to California, Anne has continued her involvement in volleyball through coaching and playing. Anne has been the Assistant Varsity Coach at Notre Dame Belmont for the past 11 seasons. This will be her 5th season coaching club volleyball, 2 of which have been at Red Rock assisting 14s and 17s. Anne previously coached with Nexxt and Payes. When not coaching, Anne plays beach volleyball, competing in CBVA tournaments. She currently has an ‘AA’ rating.

Anne lives in Half Moon Bay with her husband Josh. Professionally, she works in the Insurance industry as an Agency Training Specialist. In her free time she enjoys watching sports, hiking, traveling, and spending time with family and friends.

RED ROCK 17-1 BLACK (HEAD COACH)
JON ROOT
Jon recently moved to the Bay Area and will be leading the 17-1s in his first year with Red Rock. A native of West Los Angeles and Loyola High, Jon was collegiate volleyball standout at Stanford University where he earned multiple All America honors and a place in the Stanford Athletics Hall of Fame.

Over the last 5 years, Jon has coached two years of high school in Central California, served as Technical Director for an area club focusing on private instruction, performance clinics and Life path consulting for aspiring high school to college athletes.

Jon has played extensively indoors and outdoors, both for the US National Team, Italian A-1 professional league and the AVP. An Olympic Gold medalist and World Champion for USA Volleyball from 1985-1990, Jon’s passion for player development and growing the game brings him into club coaching.

Professionally, Jon is an author, speaker and avidly involved in promoting character development platforms around Life and Sports for young adults. His next book, The Box and 1 Playbook presents methodology for individual character development and excellence in a competitive, creative or team environment.

Jon has a 9 yr old daughter, enjoys long bike rides, time with his dog, live music, all things personal evolution.

RED ROCK 17-1 BLACK (ASSISTANT COACH)
JAMIE HADENFELDT
Bay Area native Jamie Hadenfeldt was born in Alameda, and grew up in Benicia. As a standout three sport athlete, Jamie earned multiple All-league honors in basketball, softball, and volleyball. A full volleyball scholarship took Jamie back east to the University of Connecticut where she earned a degree in Molecular and Cell Biology. In her college career Jamie collected Team MVP, All-Big East Team, AVCA All Region Team, and scholar-athlete honors with the Huskies.

Jamie returned to the Bay Area and has been coaching at Benicia High School for the past six seasons, ringing up five 1st place league titles.  Last season, Jamie coached the Red Rock 16 Black team last year that won a bronze medal at USAV Junior Nationals. She previously coached multiple age groups at Golden Bear, earning two Open division appearances to Junior Nationals.

When Jamie is not coaching volleyball she enjoys the outdoors and spending time with friends and rooting for the Minnesota Vikings.

RED ROCK 17-2 CRIMSON (HEAD COACH)
JANELLE BURNETT
Janelle grew up in Liberal, KS. She was a four year varsity volleyball player with her team going on to win back to back WAC championships her junior and senior year. She was all conference for 3 years as well as many all tournament team selections and MVP's. She was the teams MVP her sophomore and senior year. She was named Female Athlete of the Year her junior and senior.

Her college career stared off at Dodge City Community College where she was the starting outside hitter her freshmen year then became the libero her sophomore year. Throughout her tenure she was awarded several all conference awards, including Libero of the Year, she was also a scholar-athlete. She then transferred to Academy of Art University in San Francisco, Ca where she was the starting libero. She is ranked second overall in school history for digs per game. She was an assistant coach for the Academy of Art volleyball team for a year and a half.

This is her third year coaching for Red Rock. Previous seasons she coached the 16 Crimson and 13 Crimson teams which was one of the top teams in the region, with a chance to go to Junior Nationals. She is currently a Junior Designer at Bekom Design in San Carlos, CA.

RED ROCK 17-CRIMSON (ASSISTANT COACH)
JAMES CESPEDES
Born in Houston, TX, James was raised in Atlanta, GA. He played as an outside hitter for Atlanta South Side and as a Middle Blocker for both New York Fat Girls and Club Volleywood in NAGVA and Spikapalooza tournaments, nationwide. He received a gold medal at the Indiana NAGVA Tournament and an all-star award. He was offered a scholarship to play tennis in college, then quickly transitioned to volleyball as he neared his graduation.

James attended college at Georgia State University where he graduated with a BA in Computer Information Systems. His passion for volleyball has recently led him to be involved in the sport 7 days a week, presently playing 4 days a week and coaching the other 3 days a week with Red Rock 14 White, so he can spread his knowledge of volleyball to aspiring players.

In September of 2011, James moved to the Bay Area in pursuit of a new job on a 1 year contract. He decided to remain a resident in California due to the competitiveness the Bay Area has to offer and the beautiful geographic surroundings.

RED ROCK 16-1 BLACK (HEAD COACH)
MICHELLE BRAZIL
Michelle is the head coach of The Branson School. In her first 4 years she has won 4 CIF state championships (2009-2012) making Branson one of only four schools to win four titles consecutively. In 2012 the team recorded its second consecutive 40+ win season compiling 41 wins with only 3 losses. They extended their MCAL win streak to 32-0 (2 undefeated seasons) winning the MCAL championship for the second year in a row and the NCS section Championship, NorCal CIF Championship, CIF State Championship for the 4th year in a row. 

Last season, Michelle led her Red Rock 16 Black team to a bronze medal at USAV Junior Nationals. She previously coached multiple age groups at Golden Bear. She has five top four finishes in the NCVA region and nine appearances at junior nationals, including 2 open division appearances.

A native of the East Bay, Michelle enjoys spending time with her husband, friends, and new puppy. She also enjoys traveling, scuba diving, and anything involving the water.

RED ROCK 16-1 BLACK (HEAD COACH) 
JORGE PEÑATE
Jorge is the head coach at Bishop O’Dowd High School and will be assisting the 16-1s in his first year with Red Rock. The native of Los Angeles is at the helm of one of the most successful volleyball programs in the East Bay and brings wealth of energy and passion to our club. Active with the USA Volleyball National High Performance Development Program, Jorge has served as an assistant coach for the Girls’ Indoor High Performance tryouts in San Mateo, Denver and Reno, and is a member of the coaching staff for the USA Girls’ National Training Programs that take place over the summer.

Jorge comes to us after a few years at Xceleration coaching their 14-2/15-1s and aiding their 18-1 teams. Before then, he was with Golden Bear for 3 years.
When not coaching or working in tech sales for a Cupertino-based company, Jorge enjoys trail running, attending collegiate and professional sports events, and reading tech start-up blogs. He is a major LA Dodger and Laker fan. He is also working towards completing his bachelor’s degree in Interdisciplinary Studies with a Certification in Entrepreneurship & Technology at UC Berkeley.

RED ROCK 16-2 CRIMSON (HEAD COACH)
JUSTINE RECORD
A Bay Area native, Justine Record is excited for her second season with Red Rock Volleyball Club! Justine has played every position at various levels. In high school, she has been recognized as: San Mateo County Times Player of the Year, MVP of the Peninsula Athletic League, C.C.S Champion, and Carlmont’s Female Athlete of the year in 2008. Three of her teams have qualified for the Open Division for Junior Nationals and in 2008 she received a Bronze medal in the 18 Open Division.

Justine majored in English Pre-Education at Virginia Tech. At the Division I level she finished her career: 4th all-time in service aces, 7th all-time in digs, reached the 1,000 kill mark, ranked 22nd for service aces nationally in 2009, voted as ACC Player of the week in 2010, and lead the Atlantic Coast Conference in service aces her junior & senior year. She has played professionally in France.

Last season Justine assisted for Red Rock 18-1 Black, and was the interim head coach for Red Rock 16-2. She was also a Co-Head coach for a 12-1 Area team that finished 1st in area league. She currently is assisting at Foothill College.

RED ROCK 16-2 CRIMSON (ASSISTANT COACH)
BRE MORELAND
Bre begins her first season with Red Rock and is going into her fifth year coaching. Born and raised in Orange County, Bre previously coached for Top Gun Volleyball Club out of Fullerton, CA. There she was the Head Coach for the 16-2’s team, 13-1’s team and assistant to the 18-1’s team.

Currently, Bre is attending San Jose State University and pursuing her Masters degree and playing on the Division I Beach Volleyball Team. During the summer of 2013 and 2014, Bre was a member of the U-23 USA Beach National Team and plans to continue to compete with Team USA again this upcoming summer.

Bre graduated from Cal State Fullerton (CSUF) in May of 2014 with a Bachelors degree in Communications. As a Titan, she competed on their Division I indoor volleyball team as the starting outside hitter. In her freshman year, she helped lead the Titans to their first ever Big West Conference Championship title. Bre received numerous accolades in her four years, including Big West Honorable Mention in her junior and senior years, Big West Conference All-Academic in her last year seasons as Titan, and she was the first ever female athlete at Cal State Fullerton to receive the Sportsmanship Award in her senior year. Bre currently sits at #2 in the record books for Cal State Fullerton, with 49 service aces in a single season and led the Big West Conference in service aces her senior year. To cap off her career as a Titan, Bre was named MVP the 2013 season.

In her free time, Bre enjoys spending time with her family and going to the river for their vacations.

RED ROCK 15-1 BLACK (HEAD COACH)
JAMIE HADENFELDT
Bay Area native Jamie Hadenfeldt was born in Alameda, and grew up in Benicia. As a standout three sport athlete, Jamie earned multiple All-league honors in basketball, softball, and volleyball. A full volleyball scholarship took Jamie back east to the University of Connecticut where she earned a degree in Molecular and Cell Biology. In her college career Jamie collected Team MVP, All-Big East Team, AVCA All Region Team, and scholar-athlete honors with the Huskies.

Jamie returned to the Bay Area and has been coaching at Benicia High School for the past six seasons, ringing up five 1st place league titles.  Last season, Jamie coached the Red Rock 16 Black team last year that won a bronze medal at USAV Junior Nationals. She previously coached multiple age groups at Golden Bear, earning two Open division appearances to Junior Nationals.

When Jamie is not coaching volleyball she enjoys the outdoors and spending time with friends and rooting for the Minnesota Vikings.

RED ROCK 15-1 BLACK (ASSISTANT COACH)
TONY HOLLAND
The 2014-15 season will mark Tony’s third with Red Rock Volleyball Club and his fifth consecutive season coaching club volleyball on the Peninsula. During the 2013-14 season, he assisted Steve Cavella & Richard Wong with the Red Rock 18-1 and 15-2 teams respectively. Prior to joining Red Rock, Tony was the head coach of Paye’s 12 Black and Burlingame Sports Center 12 Area teams. In 2012 his Paye’s team finished third at the Pacific Northwest Qualifier and second at Far Westerns, leading to a final top 10 national ranking. 

Tony is currently in his second season as the Assistant Coach with the Menlo School Girls Varsity volleyball team and his seventh season as the Head Coach with the St Matthew Catholic Division 1 Girls Volleyball Team. In his first season assisting Steve Cavella, the Menlo School won the CCS CIF title, the NorCal Championship and advanced to the 2013 CIF Division IV State Championship match. Tony’s St Matthew’s team has won 3 consecutive divisional championships, the 2012 PPSL Championship and was the PPSL runner up in 2013.

When not coaching or working as an Investment Adviser with a local firm, Tony enjoys watching football, the Lakers and spending time with his wife Whitney and his daughters, Quinn & Riley... Usually at a large convention center near a major airport.

RED ROCK 15-2 CRIMSON (HEAD COACH)
DARRYL CHAN
Darryl was born in San Francisco and raised in Foster City where he attended San Mateo High School. He later went on to graduate with a B.S. in managerial economics at the University of California at Davis and a graduate degree in clinical psychology at the University of Hawaii in Honolulu with an emphasis in childhood development and multicultural studies. He is a market research professional with over 25 years of experience with the last 8 years as Managing Partner of I3rg. Darryl has also provided consulting services to corporations and non-profit organizations for leadership development, strategic planning and organizational effectiveness. Darryl and his wife have facilitated and led a marriage enrichment and parenting couples group for the past 8 years. 

He started playing volleyball over 25 years ago (both indoors and outdoor doubles) and has been coaching junior volleyball for the past 5 years, the last two years at Payes. He has a passion for teaching sound fundamentals in a positive manner and to ensure that players not only become excellent volleyball players but also learn the important life lessons that can sometimes only be learned in a competitive environment. In addition to coaching junior volleyball, he also has successfully coached at the middle school level. Darryl's passion for volleyball and coaching has led him to be certified by the Positive Coaching Alliance and having attended Gold Medal Squared volleyball clinics. Darryl also coached players in sand volleyball at Payes the past few seasons.

Darryl is married to his bestest best friend, Jennifer and they have three awesomely quirky children. They love to teach their children to "go for it", to be their biggest supporters, and remind them to laugh often. In Darryl's copious spare time, he enjoys to read (science fiction, theology, middle east peace crisis, psychology, Lord of the Rings...), longboard skateboard, play Starcraft 2, duplicate bridge, and manage his home renovation project. Darryl and his family attend Sturge Presbyterian Church in San Mateo.

RED ROCK 15-2 CRIMSON (ASSISTANT COACH)
BUDDY ANGELES
Buddy has been coaching indoor boys and girls volleyball for nine years and begins his first year with Red Rock. He is the Volleyball Director at Saint Leander School where he has conducted summer volleyball camps since 2009. He volunteers his time as the Head Coach for John Muir Middle School and for Saint Leander School where one of his teams (Class of 2014) had a 53-0 winning record and capturing, among others, 3 League and 3 Diocese Championships. Recently, he was the Head Coach for Xceleration Volleyball Club's 12-1 and 13-1 teams. Currently, Buddy is the Frosh Head Coach for East Bay's volleyball powerhouse, Bishop O'Dowd. 

Buddy is an avid student of the game- IMPACT, USVA CAP-1 and Gold Medal Squared Certified.  His other passions include tennis and travel photography. He enjoys traveling the globe with his wife, Judith, and two daughters, Justine and Bernice.

RED ROCK 14-1 BLACK (HEAD COACH)
Born and raised in the small coastal town of Half Moon Bay, Lawrence grew up surfing, hiking, and playing beach volleyball. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Cal State East Bay, and currently works as an independent stock market research analyst. 

Lawrence started playing volleyball in high school and continued to play during college, where he was a setter and right-side hitter. After college he played in the CBVA tournaments in Santa Cruz and now mostly plays beach volleyball in Half Moon Bay with his friends. He started coaching volleyball in 2000 and has coached high school volleyball for 5 years at Half Moon Bay, 2 years at Menlo-Atherton, and 1 year at Menlo High School. He started coaching club volleyball in 2003. He is passionate about volleyball and developing players to their potential. He thrives on competition and the challenge of creating great volleyball teams.

Over the last 10 years, he coached 9 club teams that qualified for Junior Olympics/Nationals. Lawrence has coached volleyball successfully at every age level. Two years ago, he coached Red Rock 15-1 that placed 1st in NCVA and earned an open bid to Junior National Championships in Dallas, Texas. At Junior Nationals, the Red Rock 15’s team finished 18th in the entire country. Last year, he also helped the Red Rock 12s to a 1st place finish in NCVA and qualified for a bid to Junior Nationals. In 2012, he helped the 15s team to an open bid and a 15th place finish at Junior Nationals in Columbus, OH. In 2011, he helped coach the 13’s to a top 5 finish in the entire country at Junior Nationals in Atlanta, GA.

Other interests for Lawrence include cooking, traveling, and the occasional ski trip to Lake Tahoe. Most importantly, he loves spending as much time as possible with his lovely wife Janet and two daughters Samantha and Natasha.


RED ROCK 14-1 Black (ASSISTANT COACH)
PRANEET NANDA
Praneet graduated from Valley Christian High School in San Jose, CA. He lettered 4 years as a Varsity Setter, while also playing Football and Basketball. He attended SJSU and graduated with a BS in Management Information Systems in 2005. He is currently in his 5th year of coaching girls volleyball at Santa Teresa High School in San Jose. In his first season, Santa Teresa won their first BVAL league title while finishing with a 20-4 overall & 14-0 league record. Praneet has also coached 6th and 7th grade boys and girls basketball at Fisher Middle School in Los Gatos, CA. Prior to joining Red Rock, he head coached 12 Black, 13 Black, and 14 Black and Blue power teams at Stingray Volleyball Club for 4 years.
Praneet works as a TAC lab manager for Harmonic Digital Video in San Jose, CA. He loves to ride his motorcycle, go hiking as well as watch his favorite baseball team, Go Giants!


RED ROCK 14-1 BLACK (ASSISTANT COACH)
SCOTT MAR
Scott a Bay Area native, enjoys playing in a variety of sports throughout the year, which includes adult softball, bowling and volleyball leagues. He also enjoys exploring new extreme sports when time permits, including snowboarding, wake-boarding, white water rafting, and skydiving.
He has coached at El Camino High School (JV and Varsity) and currently at Notre Dame High School in Belmont (JV). Prior to joining Red Rock Scott coached at Payes: 16 Black (2008), 15 Black (2009), 14 Cardinal (2010), 13 Cardinal (2011), and 16 Black (2012). *shoulder bump*
Scott enjoys helping out as many teams as possible at Red Rock, but in his free time he finds happiness spending time with his gf, family and friends. He also enjoys the humors in life and listens to comedy concerts. He hopes to cruise around the world someday but will settle for light traveling and the holidays at Disneyland.

RED ROCK 14-2 CRIMSON (HEAD COACH)
DWIGHT CRUMP

Dwight graduated from Madera High School in Madera, California where he was a 3-sport varsity athlete in football, basketball and track. He was a High School All-American in Track and Field in 1975 and 1976. He attended and earned his B.S. in Industrial Arts from Cal Poly State University in San Luis Obispo where he played college football for four years. Dwight has worked as an engineer for the past 30th years. 

Dwight started playing volleyball in elementary school and started coaching volleyball in 1983. He enjoyed playing and coaching competitive recreation coed volleyball teams for adults where his team won 9 competitive coed recreation titles and 1 competitive coed recreation championship title. His volleyball coaching career with junior high athletes spans 20 plus years (including same years coaching track and field). Dwight has been coaching elementary school volleyball at St Gregory School in San Mateo where his teams have won 10 league titles. In 2010 he guided his 8th Varsity team to a perfect 10-0 season including league and division championships titles. He also has provided individual volleyball conditioning and training for junior high, high school and college students in preparation for their school volleyball season. This is Dwight four year coaching club volleyball. He is also in his second year as Head Varsity Volleyball coach at Hillsdale High School in San Mateo. Prior to joining Red Rock Dwight coached at Payes. Last season his Red Rock 14 Black team earned a National Bid to the 2014 Junior Nationals. This was Dwight second trip to Junior Nationals in three years. He is looking forward to another exciting year at Red Rock volleyball club. 

Dwight is interested in and enjoys coaching volleyball, track & field, and basketball, and staying fit. When he is not coaching he enjoys spending time with family and friends.


Robin grew up in Redwood City and went to college at UCSB where he graduated with a BA in Political Science. He is a video game industry veteran who has worked in the business development, sales, marketing and PR fields for companies including PC Gamer, PlayStation Magazine, the Microsoft Xbox launch and Ubisoft. 

Thoroughly passionate about volleyball, Robin has coached at various age levels from grade school to college teams. He coached high school volleyball at Woodside High School for five seasons where they had four CCS appearances and won back to back PAL Bay League titles. He coached at Sacred Heart Prep for two seasons where the JV team and Freshman teams had undefeated league seasons. He has been coaching various levels at Castilleja, for both the middle school and high school JV and Varsity teams. In 2011 the Castilleja Varsity team won the CCS Div V title. Robin also helped coach at Notre Dame Namur University, a NCAA Div II team playing in the PacWest Conference.

In 2008, Robin's 13 Black Team earned a National bid for the Junior Olympics in Dallas, Texas. The following year in 2009, his 14 Black team earned the clubs first Open Division bid, held in Miami, Florida. They finished Top 20 in the nation and the top ranked 14s team in Northern California. His 15 Black team earned an Open Division bid in 2010. In 2011, his 14 Cardinal team became the clubs first Cardinal team to garner a Junior National bid, held in Atlanta, GA. In 2012, he took the helm of 14 Cardinal again and earned a National bid at Junior Nationals. His team finished as the 4th ranked 14s team in NCVA, the highest ranking for any two's team in the entire region encompassing all age groups. In 2013, he coached 14 Black which earned a Junior National bid where they finished in 5th place in the NCVA, and 15 Black, which earned a Junior National Open bid and finished as the 18th top 15s team in the country. In 2014, he coached 15 Black which earned a bid to Junior Nationals. Robin looks forward to coaching 13s and continuing to building another great club at Red Rock Volleyball.

Robin and his longtime girlfriend Sally recently got married. When Robin is not on the volleyball court, they enjoy spending time together going to movies, hunting down and trying out various food trucks in the Bay Area as well as traveling to check out GIANT items and other roadside attractions.

RED ROCK 13-1 BLACK (ASSISTANT COACH)
MELISSA CHENG
Melissa was born in the Bay Area, went to Homestead High School where she played for 4 years on the varsity volleyball and basketball teams. She was the starting setter and lead them to back to back CCS titles, Nor Cal Championships and California State finals. After high school Melissa studied at the Academy Art University focusing in Account Planning and Marketing. She played volleyball for 4 years at the Academy, playing in the NCAA Division II - PacWest Conference. 

She started coaching Homestead High School Volleyball Camp and went on to coach for Frisco Bay 15's power, NeXXt 12's area, ARC 13's hybrid team and Quake City Volleyball clinics last year. This will be her 9th year coaching club. She would love to continue to coach and give her knowledge of the game to her players for the incoming season!

Outside of sports, Melissa loves to be with her friends and family. Enjoys being in the city, and indulges in the amazing variety of cuisines she is surrounded by!

RED ROCK 13-2 CRIMSON (HEAD COACH)
RICHARD WONG
Richard was born and raised in San Francisco. He loves almost every kind of sports from baseball to basketball, snowboarding to wakeboarding, and most importantly volleyball. By day, he's a Systems and Network Architect for a life sciences firm in the Santa Clara. By night, he's on his 13th season to coaching club volleyball. 

Prior to joining Red Rock, Richard coached club three seasons at Payes and six seasons in San Francisco for ages ranging between 12s and 16s. Additionally, he spent his last 20 successful seasons developing and coaching elementary and junior high players at a school in San Francisco that he is also the volleyball program coordinator for. His most recent success was leading his junior high team to an outstanding record of 28-1 during the past three seasons, includes winning playoffs and championship matches.

Although free time doesn't seem abundant, available hours are spent with friends, family and loved ones. Other non-volleyball hobbies he enjoys most are photography, hiking, biking, eating and working on his car (remote controlled too ...).

RED ROCK 13-2 CRIMSON (ASSISTANT COACH)
KARSEN HALAI
Karsen was raised in Belmont and attended Notre Dame High School where she played on the Varsity volleyball team all four years as a captain outside hitter, earning 2 CCS Championships and 1 Norcal championship. She played for San Francisco Juniors VBC for 6 years as a captain Middle Blocker and Outside Hitter, attended the Junior Olympics and moved on to play at San Francisco State University as a Gator! She now continues to play in adult tournaments, club and various leagues when an opening from coaching permits!

For the past 10 years, Halai has coached at the Frosh/Soph and Varsity level at San Mateo High School with 2 league championships and CCS appearances 8 of the 10 years. She coached at PJV for 5 years and BSC for 3 years as a head coach and co-director. Karsen has coached all age groups from 13s to 18s and has run numerous summer camps and advanced clinics. This will be Karsen’s 3rd year with RED ROCK VBC and is excited to continue to coach for a serious and competitive club!

While Karsen isn’t playing, coaching or breathing volleyball, she enjoys spending time with her husband and 2 young children. She also enjoys traveling, shopping, laughing and relaxing with her close family & friends.

RED ROCK 12-1 BLACK (HEAD COACH)
STEVEN CAVELLA
Steve begins his third season with Red Rock Volleyball Club. Last season Steve was the head coach for the Red Rock 18-1. In 2013, Steve was an assistant coach for the 17-1 team that finished 4th at NCVA regionals and 5th at Junior Nationals. 

He is currently in his second year as the head coach at Menlo School. In 2013, he led Menlo School to league, Central Coast Section, and NorCal Championships.

Steve played for Marina High School in Huntington Beach, CA. As a club player, He was a two time medalist at Junior Nationals and was selected to the all-tournament in 18 Open. Steve played Division I volleyball for UC Irvine. He was also a member of the USA Junior National team that won a gold medal at the NORCECA tournament.

RED ROCK 12-1 BLACK (ASSISTANT COACH)
TONY HOLLAND
The 2014-15 season will mark Tony’s third with Red Rock Volleyball Club and his fifth consecutive season coaching club volleyball on the Peninsula. During the 2013-14 season, he assisted Steve Cavella & Richard Wong with the Red Rock 18-1 and 15-2 teams respectively. Prior to joining Red Rock, Tony was the head coach of Paye’s 12 Black and Burlingame Sports Center 12 Area teams. In 2012 his Paye’s team finished third at the Pacific Northwest Qualifier and second at Far Westerns, leading to a final top 10 national ranking. 

Tony is currently in his second season as the Assistant Coach with the Menlo School Girls Varsity volleyball team and his seventh season as the Head Coach with the St Matthew Catholic Division 1 Girls Volleyball Team.  In his first season assisting Steve Cavella, the Menlo School won the CCS CIF title, the NorCal Championship and advance to the 2013 CIF Division IV State Championship match.  Tony's St. Matthew's team has won 3 consecutive divisional championships, the 2012 PPSL Championship and was the PPSL runner up in 2013.

When not coaching or working as an Investment Adviser with a local firm, Tony enjoys watching football, the Lakers and spending time with his wife Whitney and his daughters, Quinn & Riley... Usually at a large convention center near a major airport.

RED ROCK 12-2 CRIMSON (HEAD COACH)
SCOTT MAR
Scott a Bay Area native, enjoys playing in a variety of sports throughout the year, which includes adult softball, bowling and volleyball leagues. He also enjoys exploring new extreme sports when time permits, including snowboarding, wake-boarding, white water rafting, and skydiving. 

He has coached at El Camino High School (JV and Varsity) and currently at Notre Dame High School in Belmont (JV). Prior to joining Red Rock Scott coached at Payes: 16 Black (2008), 15 Black (2009), 14 Cardinal (2010), 13 Cardinal (2011), and 16 Black (2012). *shoulder bump*

Scott enjoys helping out as many teams as possible at Red Rock, but in his free time he finds happiness spending time with his gf, family and friends. He also enjoys the humors in life and listens to comedy concerts. He hopes to cruise around the world someday but will settle for light traveling and the holidays at Disneyland.

RED ROCK 11-1 BLACK (HEAD COACH)
MEGAN OH
Megan was born in Korea and raised in Alameda, CA. Megan’s volleyball experience started at Alameda High where she began as a starting setter and served as team captain. After high school, Megan has been actively involved in the IVL Adult League for over five years. Megan’s love of volleyball has led her son and daughter to pick up the sport, providing Megan the opportunity to take active roles in their youth leagues. Aside from volleyball, Megan also represented the Korean-American team in the 1996 Korean Olympics, at which she received a gold medal in the sport of bowling.
 
Megan is a graduate from St. Mary’s College of California, with a bachelor of arts in business management. Professionally, Megan is a product manager in the medical device industry bringing to market novel, minimally invasive technologies that benefit patients with structural heart defects. On her off-time, Megan enjoys spending time with her family and watching her son and daughter take part in the sport of volleyball themselves.
 
RED ROCK 11-1 BLACK (ASSISTANT COACH)
NICOLE PICARD
Nicole was born and raised just steps from the beach in the town of Half Moon Bay, Ca, which has been her home for the past 26 years. Growing up, she was very involved in athletics, playing volleyball, soccer, and softball. 

Nicole was a three-sport Varsity athlete at Half Moon Bay High School where she competed in CCS both her Junior and Senior years. She was also coached by Red Rock Volleyball Director Lawrence Dudash her first two years at Half Moon Bay High School. After high school, Nicole continued her athletic career playing Division I softball at Santa Clara University where she started all four years. Nicole graduated from SCU in 2010 with a Bachelor's Degree in Commerce with a Major in Marketing and Minors in Spanish and International Business. 

Nicole currently works at Space Systems Loral in Palo Alto as a Quality Engineer. Nicole has a passion for coaching athletes; she has worked numerous summer camps and clinics for both Cunha Intermediate School Volleyball and Santa Clara University Softball. 

During her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family, going to Giants games, snowboarding, and relaxing on the beach.  She looks forward to her first season with Red Rock Volleyball.
 
ARC COACHING STAFF

ARC 17/18-HYBRID (CO-HEAD COACH)
CHRIS TIGNO
Chris Tigno is currently in his eighth year as Head Varsity coach of the San Mateo High School, and has taken the Bearcats to CCS playoffs bids in six of his eight seasons at San Mateo. Prior to taking the San Mateo Varsity position, Chris was a Frosh team coach at Notre Dame Belmont. Chris has coached club volleyball since 2005, including at the 17s level in 2012 at Red Rock. Chris was a long-time adult club volleyball indoor player as a lefty setter, middle blocker and opposite. His coaching philosophy is to focus on improving a player's ability to think and make decisions on the court for herself, and to give attention to refining basic skills to improve a player’s consistency and execution when contacting the ball, and to develop the mental part of the game, including what other players need to be thinking and doing on the court when they are not the one contacting the ball.

Chris holds a USA Volleyball Coaching Accreditation Level I certification. By day, Chris is the head legal counsel for an aircraft leasing company based in Burlingame. Chris grew up in the Bay Area, and holds a BS in Chemical Engineering from Stanford University and a law degree from Cal (but still roots for Stanford in the Big Game!).

ARC 17/18-HYBRID (CO-HEAD COACH)
SUSIE MORASCI
Susie grew up in Half Moon Bay, where she currently resides. She has a Bachelor Degree in Psychology, which she earned from California State University, Sacramento. She has been coaching and playing volleyball for the last 20 years. Her coaching experience ranges from boys and girls, ages 12 to 18, both club and various high schools on the peninsula. She is currently the Head Varsity Coach at Half Moon Bay High School and before going back to her coastside roots she coached for 4 years at San Mateo High School. Susie is looking forward to her second season at Red Rock where she hopes to bring her passion for the game and for life to make players have a positive experience while working hard to attain their goals. Susie loves watching players improve and bring play to the "next level".

When she's not on the court or in the gym, she works for a corporate law firm in Palo Alto as a paralegal. If there is any time left after that she loves to bake and spend time with her friends and family (especially her adorable neice & nephew).

ARC 15/16-1 (CO-HEAD COACH)
ROBIN JOHN ROSALES
Robin grew up in Redwood City and went to college at UCSB where he graduated with a BA in Political Science. He is a video game industry veteran who has worked in the business development, sales, marketing and PR fields for companies including PC Gamer, PlayStation Magazine, the Microsoft Xbox launch and Ubisoft.

Thoroughly passionate about volleyball, Robin has coached at various age levels from grade school to college teams. He coached high school volleyball at Woodside High School for five seasons where they had four CCS appearances and won back to back PAL Bay League titles. He coached at Sacred Heart Prep for two seasons where the JV team and Freshman teams had undefeated league seasons. He has been coaching various levels at Castilleja, for both the middle school and high school JV and Varsity teams. In 2011 the Castilleja Varsity team won the CCS Div V title. Robin also helped coach at Notre Dame Namur University, a NCAA Div II team playing in the PacWest Conference. In 2008, Robin's 13 Black Team earned a National bid for the Junior Olympics in Dallas, Texas. The following year in 2009, his 14 Black team earned the clubs first Open Division bid, held in Miami, Florida. They finished Top 20 in the nation and the top ranked 14s team in Northern California. His 15 Black team earned an Open Division bid in 2010. In 2011, his 14 Cardinal team became the clubs first Cardinal team to garner a Junior National bid, held in Atlanta, GA. In 2012, he took the helm of 14 Cardinal again and earned a National bid at Junior Nationals. His team finished as the 4th ranked 14s team in NCVA, the highest ranking for any two's team in the entire region encompassing all age groups. In 2013, he coached 14 Black which earned a Junior National bid where they finished in 5th place in the NCVA, and 15 Black, which earned a Junior National Open bid and finished as the 18th top 15s team in the country. In 2014, he coached 15 Black which earned a bid to Junior Nationals. Robin looks forward to coaching 13s and continuing to building another great club at Red Rock Volleyball.

Robin and his longtime girlfriend Sally recently got married. When Robin is not on the volleyball court, they enjoy spending time together going to movies, hunting down and trying out various food trucks in the Bay Area as well as traveling to check out GIANT items and other roadside attractions.


ARC 15/16-1 (CO-HEAD COACH)
BAYLEY BLACKNEY
Bayley Blackney was born in Napa, CA where she began playing volleyball competitively for Golden Bear Volleyball Club at the age of 12. Her passion for the sport grew going into high school. Bayley then moved to El Dorado Hills where she played for Vista Del Lago High School varsity volleyball for two years and was awarded Coach's Award her freshman year and MVP her sophomore year. Bayley finished her high school career at Ponderosa High School where she was awarded Coach's Award her senior year. Bayley played all four years at Gold Cal Volleyball Club.
Bayley currently is a senior starting middle blocker for Menlo College on athletic scholarship. Her sophomore and junior year her team went undefeated in the Cal PAC Conference. She was awarded Coach's Award as well as the NAIA Champion of Character Award in 2012.
Bayley is a marketing major and is looking to go into public relations, promotions, or creative advertising. She aspires to go to art school in her future to become a graphic designer. Bayley is the founder and president of is yoga club at Menlo College where she leads classes on campus. In her free time she enjoys participating outdoor activities like hiking and fishing, doing yoga, being artistic, and playing beach volleyball. Bayley is excited to be coaching for ARC for her second year! 



ARC 14-1 (HEAD COACH)
KATE MILLIGAN
Kate was raised in Chico, CA where she found a passion for team sports at a very young age. She's always been a multi-sport athlete, beginning with soccer and softball. She started playing volleyball in 5th grade through her elementary school and knew it was a game that would stick and have a place in her heart. Kate joined Club Chico a few years later and played 14s area and 16s & 18s power. While her 6 years with Club Chico, she played in dozens of national qualifiers and has been privileged to have played under some amazing college athletes/coaches. She attended Oroville High School where she played Varsity volleyball all 4 years and received All-League nominations each year and made the All League North Team her junior and senior year. She set throughout her high school career and became a ds/libero as she transitioned to college.

Kate went to Butte College in Oroville, CA where she played volleyball and softball. She received best defensive player of the year for volleyball and biggest bat award for softball. She was captain of both teams and also maintained a 3.8 gpa. While going to school, she coached Club Chico 12’s & 14s for 2 years and loved this new perspective of the game and working with the girls.  Kate graduated from Butte in 2012 with Phi Theta Kappa honors and was then recruited to Menlo College to play softball and volleyball. While her 2 years at Menlo College, her volleyball team went undefeated in league, becoming CalPac Champions, and played in the NAIA national tournament 2 years in a row. Kate graduated from Menlo with a B.S. in Business and Marketing.

Last year, Kate coached ARC 14-1’s and had a blast. Her goal is to prepare her team for high school as well as playing for power teams in the future. She has coached with North State Volleyball camps and Thunder Camps for 5 years, and recently a Site Director for Legarza Volleyball camps this past summer.

ARC 14-1 (ASSISTANT COACH)
JAMIE NURENBERG
Jamie grew up in Roseville, CA and began playing volleyball in 7th grade at her middle school. Jamie played for Roseville High School as a four year three sport athlete playing volleyball, basketball, track and field, and managing the boys volleyball team. She received the coaches’ award for three years and was captain of her JV and freshman team.  As a club player, Jamie playerd for CRV and competed in the AAU Junior Nationals. Jamie is currently playing at Menlo College as a right side and transferred from American River College in Sacramento as a right side/middle.

She has served as an assistant coach for CRV 18-1, CRV 16-4 and when she was in high school helped manage and coach the boys Varsity and Junior Varsity teams. Last year she was a co-coach for the Roseville High School JV boys’ team. Jamie has helped coach at many different camps and enjoys working with kids at different levels.

Currently Jamie is a student- athlete at Menlo College majoring in Psychology aspiring to be an occupational therapist. She received her associate’s degree in social science at American River College while playing volleyball and basketball there as well. Jamie works on campus at Menlo, and also referees boys and girls soccer around the area. In her free time she loves to play sports, stay active, and hang out with her friends.

ARC 13-1 (HEAD COACH)
JUSTINE RECORD
A Bay Area native, Justine Record is excited for her second season with Red Rock Volleyball Club! Justine has played every position at various levels.  In high school, she has been recognized as: San Mateo County Times Player of the Year, MVP of the Peninsula Athletic League, C.C.S Champion, and Carlmont’s Female Athlete of the year in 2008. Three of her teams have qualified for the Open Division for Junior Nationals and in 2008 she received a Bronze medal in the 18 Open Division

Justine majored in English Pre-Education at Virginia Tech. At the Division I level she finished her career: 4th all-time in service aces, 7th all-time in digs, reached the 1,000 kill mark, ranked 22nd for service aces nationally in 2009, voted as ACC Player of the week in 2010, and lead the Atlantic Coast Conference in service aces her junior & senior year. She has played professionally in France.

Last season Justine assisted for Red Rock 18-1 Black, and was the interim head coach for Red Rock 16-2. She was also a Co-Head coach for a 12-1 Area team that finished 1st in area league. She currently is assisting at Foothill College.

ARC 13-1 (ASSISTANT COACH)
KALLAN BEDARD
Kallan found her passion for volleyball at a young age and hasn’t stopped playing since. Originally a tri-sport athlete playing basketball, track and then volleyball; Volleyball became her full-focus and she began playing indoor year round and sand volleyball during the summer time. 

Kallan attended both Aragon and Carlmont High School. At Carlmont, she was team captain, selected as PAL’s All League Player of the Year consecutively, and was invited to represent her region in the AVCA Phenom Athletes College Prep Program for Under Armour’s Watch List in Louisville Kentucky in 12’. She led her team her junior and senior year to the CCS tournament, finishing in the semi-finals both years. Her senior year she was voted into Carlmont’s Hall of Fame ’13 and has competed on five different club teams at various levels.  She is currently a starting outside hitter for Foothill College in Los Altos where she is receiving two Associates degrees with a focuses in psychology and social science. She plans on transferring to UC/CSU next year in hopes to continue her academics and compete indoor or on the sand.

Now entering her third season coaching, Kallan is excited to join ARC this season! She has experience coaching LeGarza Volleyball, private lessons and assisting in club. She loves kids and all water sports, having been born and raised in San Mateo on a water ski/wildlife lagoon. When she’s not playing volleyball, she enjoys wakeboarding, waterskiing, and being around friends and family.

ARC 12-1 (HEAD COACH)
BERTHA DAE
Coach B started coaching at Immaculate Heart of Mary (IHM) in Belmont in 2001 and coached multiple age groups.  She had 6 teams finish at the top in the PPSL Southern region and 4 appearances in the Final Championships. She has coached club volleyball for the past four years at PAYES Performance and now Red Rock/ARC. In addition, she provided technical support to Saint Veronica Elementary school.

She has also participated in the development of summer camps and weekly clinics focusing on fundamentals and game strategy. She is looking forward to passing on her love of the game to her team.  Coach B grew up in Pisco, Peru and played four years of varsity volleyball in high school, as a setter and defense specialist. She was named the MVP during her senior year.
 
Currently, Coach B is actively involved with coaching three teams at IHM. She is dedicated and determined to instill a passion for volleyball in her players, along with an appreciation of the fundamentals of the game.  Coach B continues to strive for perfection and is eager to be a better coach and overall athlete.  In her limited spare time, she enoys beach volleyball and especially enjoys spending her mornings at her favorite gym, doing kick boxing. She maintains a very close relationship with her kids, husband, and extended family around the world.  

ARC 12-1 (ASSISTANT COACH)
MILA VEGA
This will be Mila's 4th year coaching at ARC, and for the past twelve years, she has been coaching at a middle school in Belmont. The reward of sharing her volleyball skills with the youngsters is unique and Mila treasures this opportunity. She believes that teaching the basics of volleyball is fundamental for the success of every player. Mila is looking forward to another successful season.

ARC 11-1 (HEAD COACH)
SCOTT MAR
Scott a Bay Area native, enjoys playing in a variety of sports throughout the year, which includes adult softball, bowling and volleyball leagues. He also enjoys exploring new extreme sports when time permits, including snowboarding, wake-boarding, white water rafting, and skydiving. 

He has coached at El Camino High School (JV and Varsity) and currently at Notre Dame High School in Belmont (JV). Prior to joining Red Rock Scott coached at Payes: 16 Black (2008), 15 Black (2009), 14 Cardinal (2010), 13 Cardinal (2011), and 16 Black (2012). *shoulder bump*

Scott enjoys helping out as many teams as possible at Red Rock, but in his free time he finds happiness spending time with his gf, family and friends. He also enjoys the humors in life and listens to comedy concerts. He hopes to cruise around the world someday but will settle for light traveling and the holidays at Disneyland.

ARC 11-1 (ASSISTANT COACH)
ADAM KERR
Adam was born in Ottawa, Canada but spent his teenage years in a variety of places including Ottawa, Canada; Nairobi, Kenya and Rome, Italy. He had a well-rounded experience in high-school sports, playing on school teams for track, swimming, gymnastics, basketball, soccer, and rugby. He was voted most valuable athlete his senior year and went to the Provincial Finals for the 200m and 400m in track.
 
From high school, he went on to complete B. Eng, M.A.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees, with his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University with a focus on magnetic resonance imaging. Following his B.Eng., Adam dove into the world of recreational league volleyball and played consistently on an A-division team in Vancouver, Canada for two years and has continued to play occasionally since when time and opportunity were available. He is also currently an active Masters’ swimmer and triathlete.
 
Since having a family, Adam has had substantial experience as youth coach; 8 years for AYSO soccer, 6 years for Little League baseball, 4 years for his middle-school basketball teams, and is currently coaching his daughter’s Gr. 4 volleyball team. Adam is looking forward to joining Red Rock for his first year in coaching club volleyball.
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