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RED ROCK 18-1
(Head Coach)
Steven Cavella



Steve begins his second season with Red Rock Volleyball Club. Last season he was an assistant coach for the Red Rock 17-1 team that finished 4th at NCVA regionals and 5th at Junior Nationals.

Steve is currently the head coach for the Menlo School Girls Varsity volleyball team. Prior to coaching at Menlo School, Steve was the head coach for the girls varsity volleyball team at Crystal Springs Uplands School. During his tenure, Crystal Springs won three CIF section titles (2005, 2006, 2010) and advanced to the CIF NorCal Semifinals on three occasions. Steve was also an assistant varsity coach for the boys volleyball team at St Francis High School in Mountain View. During his two seasons with the program, the Lancers won a CCS CIF section title in 2008 and advanced to the CCS CIF semifinals in 2009. Last year Steve led the Stanford Women's Club Volleyball team to their first ever NCCVL Regional Championship and California Collegiate Volleyball Conference State title. Steve was named California Collegiate Volleyball Conference State coach of the Year in 2013.

He played for Marina High School in Huntington Beach, CA and was a four year varsity starter and a three time all league selection. As a club player, Steve was a two time medalist at Junior Nationals and was selected as a second team all-American in 18&U. Steve played Division I volleyball for the University of California at Irvine. He became a starter during his junior season and helped guide the Anteaters to a post-season berth. He was a two-time conference academic selection and was named MPSF player of the week for his performance against BYU during his senior year. Steve was also a member of the USA Junior National team where the team won a gold medal at the NORCECA tournament in Puerto Rico.

Steve currently works for the Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery at Stanford.

RED ROCK 18-1
(Assistant Coach)
Tony Holland

A native of Huntington Beach, CA and graduate of Loyola Marymount University, Tony began playing volleyball on the beaches of Orange County at a young age before moving his game indoors. As an adult, Tony has kept himself involved with the game of volleyball participating in adult leagues and tournaments and as a youth coach.

Prior to joining Red Rock, Tony coached at Payes, BSC, St. Matthew Catholic, St. John the Baptist in Costa Mesa and the Kokoro Volleyball Club in Orange County. Tony's 2012 Payes team finished in 3rd place at the Pacific Northwest Qualifier and in 2nd place at the Far Westerns National Qualifier in Reno. These strong showings at National Qualifiers led to his team finishing the regular season ranked #8 overall nationally. Many of the players from Tony's 12 Black team have also gone on to compete successfully in the 2012 NCVA outdoor season.

When not coaching or watching volleyball, Tony enjoys football, the Lakers and spending time with his wife and two daughters… Maybe not in that order.

RED ROCK 18-1
(Assistant Coach)
Justine Record

Justine Record grew up in Redwood City, California and attended Carlmont High School. At Carlmont, she helped the Scots to a first place finish in the P.A.L Division along with a Central Coast Section title during her sophomore year. In 2006, she was selected by the San Mateo County Times as Volleyball Player of the Year. During her varsity years, she was recognized as a three time All Peninsula Athletic League selection and in 2007 was named MVP of the Peninsula Athletic League. By her senior year, Justine was nominated as Carlmont Female Athlete of the Year.

The first club team Justine played for was Peninsula Juniors 14 Blue Area. She continued to play club for: Vision 15-2, City Beach 16-1 and Vision 17-1/18-1. She has experience playing outside hitter, right side, and middle blocker at the high school and club level. She has played for three teams that have qualified for Junior Nationals at the Open level, and in 2008 she received a Bronze Medal in 18 Open.

Justine earned her Bachelor’s degree in English Pre-Education at Virginia Tech where she was a four year starting outside hitter. At the Division I level, she finished her career 4th All-Time in service aces, 7th all-time in digs for Virginia Tech and finished her career with over 1000 kills. She led the Atlantic Coast Conference in aces her junior and senior year and was ranked 22nd in the country in 2007 through the NCAA rankings. During her career she has received ACC Player of the week honors and in 2009 was selected as the team’s MVP. Justine’s most memorable time during her college career was being a part of the first Virginia Tech Volleyball team to ever participate in the NCAA tournament. Justine has played professionally in France.

RED ROCK 17-1
(Head Coach)
David Huan

A transplant from Southern California, David earned his degree from the University of California at Berkeley, and has enjoyed living in Northern California ever since.

Professionally, David works at an education program based out of Stanford University. He is also avidly involved in several business ventures started by his friends, Sports Investment Analysis, Academic Development, and the E-Sports scene.

Over the last 8 years, he has coached 11 club teams, all of which have qualified for Junior Olympics/Nationals. Last season, his Red Rock 13s earned a bid to Nationals by winning Far Westerns and subsequently finished 1st in the NCVA Power League. He also helped the Red Rock 16s team to a 2nd place finish in the NCVA. In 2012, his 14s team won NCVA Power League and both teams he coached competed at Nationals in Columbus, OH. In 2011, his 13s finished in the top 5 at Nationals in Atlanta, GA.

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. And although he watches every college and NFL football game over the weekends he can, the only team he will cheer for is Cal Football.

2013 was a milestone year, as Red Rock was established and had a successful inaugural year. In addition to that, over the summer, David and his longtime girlfriend tied the knot in Saratoga then honeymooned in Thailand.

RED ROCK 17-1
(Assistant Coach)
Marietta Flynn Huan

Marietta is entering her sixth season coaching club volleyball. Last season Marietta coached 16 Black, which finished 2nd in Northern California and qualified for Junior Nationals with a 5th place finish. Prior to Red Rock, Marietta coached at Payes. In 2012, she led her Payes 15-1 team to a #5 national ranking, top 5 finishes at 3 Open Qualifiers, and a 14th place finish at Junior Nationals in the Open Division. Marietta coached the Payes 14-1 team from 2009-2011 earning Open Division bids at Junior Nationals each year. Her 14s teams earned Payes its first Open Division bid and its first Open Division Qualifier win.

Marietta was born and raised in Louisville, KY and New Albany, IN. 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, Marietta 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 also won the Gold Medal at the 2000 USA Volleyball Junior Olympics playing for Kentucky Indiana Volleyball Academy (KIVA).

She attended Santa Clara University and graduated with Honors in 2007 with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Finance. She played libero during her college career as she trained with the NCAA Division I Top 25 volleyball team and in her junior and senior year, joined the SCU club team ranked Top 3 nationally both years, finishing 5th at Nationals in 2006 and going undefeated in 2007.

As one of the founders and 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. Marietta is a CPA and the Senior Accounting Manager, Commercial, for Theravance Biopharma, Inc. in South San Francisco, CA. Marietta and her husband David Huan tied the knot in August 2013. In her spare time, she enjoys hanging out with her family and friends, going to the movies with her husband, singing, and eating Thai food.

RED ROCK 17-1
(Assistant Coach)
Anne Luchetti

Anne Ulrich Luchetti was born and raised in Central Illinois and relocated to the Bay Area just over 10 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 10 seasons. This is Anne’s second season with Red Rock. Anne previously coached with Nexxt and Payes. When not coaching, Anne plays beach volleyball, competes in CBVA tournaments and currently holds a 'AA' rating.

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

RED ROCK 17-1
(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 RedRock 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 17-2
(Head Coach)
Kyle Mashima

Kyle grew up in Hawaii and learned volleyball at the YMCA. He played for his high school and continued to play in college as a member of the Stanford University men's team. He also coached the men's team for 2 years in transition from club to varsity status. Passionate about volleyball, Kyle has continued to play both indoor and beach volleyball.

He returned to coaching 8 years ago when his son became interested in volleyball. He has coached at Woodside High School for 6 years and he is the current varsity head coach. Last season, his team was the PAL Ocean League champion and qualified for CCS. This will be his 7th club season. Last club season, Kyle coached the Red Rock 16 Crimson to a 16th place, Silver Division finish in the NCVA.

Kyle has written articles for USA Volleyball and Coaching Volleyball magazines. He teaches coaching clinics for USAV and the AVCA and is a specialist on "rotation optimization." After receiving his IMPACT, GMS, CAP I and CAP II certifications, he has become an ardent convert to statistical methods in sports. He's a big fan of "Moneyball." He is also the new Region 9 (CA, AZ, AK, NV) Chairman to the AVCA High School All-American selection committee.

Kyle is a veteran Silicon Valley software entrepreneur. His interests in volleyball and software have converged with his latest startup Rotate 123. The service helps coaches automate their team planning as well as take and analyze stats. When not working, Kyle enjoys spending time with his wife, Nancy, son, Kai and dogs - Poncho and Lizzie.

RED ROCK 17-2
(Assistant 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 17-2
(Assistant Coach)
Kai Mashima

Kai was born in San Francisco and grew up on the Peninsula. He is currently a senior at Menlo-Atherton High School. He is in his 6th year of club volleyball, currently with Mountain View Volleyball Club. Kai has attended 4 Junior National Championships in Austin, Minneapolis, Dallas and Reno. His specialty is setting.Kai is both IMPACT and National High School Federation certified. He has also attended AVCA coaching clinics. He has been an assistant coach at Woodside High School, Nexxt VBC and Payes. Kai coached girls at Payes Performance and Redwood City Recreation player clinics. He also taught middle school coaches this summer at Payes.

When not playing volleyball or doing homework, Kai enjoys biking, watching Boardwalk Empire and hanging out with friends.

RED ROCK 16-1
(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.

During her time at Golden Bear, Michelle has coached multiple age groups. 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
(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. A Golden Bear Volleyball Club player in her youth, Jamie returned to Golden Bear as coach with multiple age groups, earning two Open 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 16-1
(Assistant Coach)
Tarah Murrey

Tarah starts her first season with Red Rock, but has been a Bay Area native all her life. She attended and played for St. Mary's High School in Berkeley, and earned MVP honors for the Bay Shore Athletic League for 3 consecutive seasons. In 2007, Tarah was one of Volleyball Magazine's Fab 50 high school players as a senior, and was also named the Gatorade California Player of the Year. She also played in the 2007 World Championship for the girls Youth National Team.

During her time at Cal, she led her team to the Final Four and NCAA NationalChampionship match. Tarah earned multiple awards in her playing career--she was selected as a 2 time All-American, PAC-12 Scholar-Athlete of the Year, All PAC-12 First Team--among other various honors. Most importantly, she finished her career at Cal with her degree in Sociology.

After graduating, Tarah played professionally in the A1 Italian League and in the Puerto Rican League. Most recently, she successfully coached with Michelle Brazil at The Branson School, and looks forward to another great season. In her professional life, Tarah is currently working towards becoming a certified strength and conditioning specialist and is interning under Cal athletics as a strength and conditioning coach for the women's volleyball team.

On her personal time, she is very passionate about nutrition, and enjoys cooking, exercising, hiking, and swimming.

RED ROCK 16-2
(Head Coach)
Eric Ballelos

Eric, born and raised in Daly City, CA, is in his 3rd year as the assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at San Francisco State. In the fall of 2012 the Gators reached the NCAA tournament with a 21-9 record and finished 2nd in the CCAA which was the best finish in school history. He started out as a volunteer during the 2009 season when the Gators reached the NCAA tournament for only the second time and was promoted to assistant in 2011. During the offseason, Eric coaches with USA Volleyball. He has worked for both A1 and A2 programs for Future Select (12 and under). In December of 2012, Eric coached at Youth Holiday Camp and Youth A2 program last summer.

Last season with Red Rock, Eric coached the 17 Black team that finished 4th overall for its age group in NCVA. The team finished the season strong with a 5th place finish in 17 National at Junior Nationals in Dallas. Eric has coached club at the 14s age level for girls prior to moving up to 17s and coached 16s and 18s for club boys. Prior to coaching at San Francisco State, he was the head coach at Junipero Serra and the assistant coach at Mercy Burlingame.

Eric graduated from San Francisco State with a BA in English Literature. He enjoys Shakespeare, has read Pride and Prejudice 4 times, and dislikes The Canterbury Tales.

RED ROCK 16-2
(Assistant Coach)
Laura Yim

Laura was born and raised in San Mateo, CA. She played for the inaugural Payes team under Lawrence and Dave and also played with SF Tremors and Club Yahoo. She has competed in the Junior Olympic National Championships 4 times and also won a bronze medal at the 2005 Junior Olympic Invitational in Louisville, Kentucky. After graduating from Notre Dame Belmont in 2009, Laura went on to be the starting setter at Wesleyan University. Her college career included several all-tournament selections, being a NESCAC scholar-athlete, and leading her team in aces.

Laura graduated this past May with a BA in Government and Psychology. She is currently working at Apple as an Engineering Program Manager and is excited to be back home in the Bay Area. While this is her first season as a club coach, Laura has helped coach multiple clinics and private lessons at Payes and City Beach. She is looking forward to helping her team get to Junior Nationals.

When she is off the court, Laura loves to travel, eat sushi, dance, watch French cinema, and spend time with family and friends.

RED ROCK 16-2
(Assistant Coach)
Janelle Burnett

Born in Huron, South Dakota, Janelle was raised in Liberal, KS. She has been on very competitive teams throughout high school and college. Her college career included team MVP, several all conference awards, and being a scholar-athelte. She is currently in her senior year at the Academy of Art University studying Interior Architecture.

This is her first year as an assistant coach for the Academy of Art volleyball team and her second year coaching for Red Rock. Last season she coached the 13 Crimson team which was one of the top teams in the region, with a chance to go to Junior Nationals.

In her free time she likes to explore the city and find new and fabulous restaurants.

RED ROCK 15-1
(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 working in the business development, sales, marketing and PR fields for companies including PC Gamer, PlayStation Magazine, the Microsoft Xbox launch and Ubisoft. He is currently handling advertising sales for the mobile games site Wireless Gaming World and the PR Manager at the games portal site ijji.com - NHN USA.

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 helped coach the Varsity team which had back to back CCS Div IV titles and was a Nor Cal State Finalist. 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 2010.

One of the Co-Founders of Payes Performance Volleyball, 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, and 15 Black, which earned a Junior National Open bid and finished as the 18th top 15s team in the country. Robin looks forward to building another great club at Red Rock Volleyball.

When he is not on a volleyball court, Robin enjoys spending time with his girlfriend Sally. Other interests include participating in various sports, traveling, collecting souvenir and GIANT items, photography, web design, and taking part with local start-up ventures.

RED ROCK 15-1
(Assistant Coach)
Lawrence Dudash

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. Last season, he coached Red Rock 15s 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 15-1
(Assistant Coach)
Shera Shupert

Shera was born and raised near Seattle, WA. She played as an outside hitter for Liberty High School, served as team captain for 3 of her 4 years of attendance, and received multiple awards including Second Team all-Kingco 3A recognition. Outside of high school league play, Shera played club volleyball at YMCA Juniors for one year, and Kent Juniors Volleyball Club (KJVBC) for 3 years.

Shera attended college at Washington State University where she graduated with a BA in International Business and French. Her passion for volleyball continued during her time at WSU while she played in many competitive co-ed volleyball leagues, and also coordinated intramurals.

In 2011, Shera relocated to the Bay Area and now works in Recruiting at Twitter, Inc. She has coached volleyball at Saint Matthew's Catholic School in San Mateo, CA. for 2 consecutive years, and is returning to Red Rock for a second year of power league volleyball.

Outside of coaching, Shera enjoys volunteering, exercising, cooking, and spending time with family and friends.

RED ROCK 15-2
(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 biotech firm in the South Bay. By night, he's on his 11th 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 18 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.

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 15-2
(Assistant Coach)
Danielle Dahl

Danielle was born in Long Beach, CA and grew up in Olympia, WA. She played middle blocker for Tumwater High School -a school known for its strong volleyball program. Danielle also played competitive volleyball during her off season. She proceeded to win the PAC 9 divisional championships in 2004 and 2005. She also received numerous awards for her volleyball skills. Danielle was awarded a scholarship as well as being selected to play in the Washington All State game in 2006.

Club season 2011 was Danielle's first year as an assistant coach for Budd Bay Volleyball Club. She gets her inspiration from working with young athletes as they develop their skills and knowledge of the game. Danielle will continue to pass on the understanding and information gained from her coaches/mentors and inspires to impart the same to all of her players.

Since relocating to the bay area from Washington State in 2011, Danielle went on to join the 12-1 team at Payes Performance during the 2012 season. She gained more knowledge of coaching for stronger and more competitive volleyball leagues. Danielle continues to strive for perfection and is eager to be a better coach and overall athlete.

Danielle's passion for adventure makes her life filled with excitement, great people, and new opportunities. She also works a full time job as an international moving consultant. When she is not working, she is either at the gym or taking in the outdoors. She loves to spend every moment with her beautiful family and friends.

RED ROCK 14-1
(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 17 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 8 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 third year coaching club volleyball. Prior to joining Red Rock Dwight coached at Payes. Last season he coached the Payes 14 Cardinal team which earned a National Bid at Junior National held in Columbus, Ohio. He is looking forward to an exciting year of Red Rock volleyball.

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.

RED ROCK 14-1
(Assistant Coach)
Mia Ortiz

Mia was born and raised in Redwood City, CA. She graduated from Woodside High School in 2007. While at Woodside she was a four-year Varsity volleyball and soccer starter. Her high school volleyball accomplishments were being named 2nd team-all league her freshman, sophomore, and junior year and 1st team all league her senior year. Mia played club volleyball at Vision, Yahoo, and City Beach.

She continued her volleyball career at Menlo College and played all four years. She helped lead her team to Nations in 2008 and 2009. Her accomplishments while at Menlo College was being named 2nd team All-Cal Pac section her freshmen and junior year, and honorable mention AVCA All-Region Libero her junior year. She is also ranked in the Menlo College record books for career digs and in career service aces. In 2011, Mia graduated from Menlo College with a degree in Management, with an emphasis in Sports Management.

This will be Mia’s 6th year coaching club. The past five seasons Mia coached at Payes. When she is not coaching, she loves to stay active, whether it is playing in different volleyball and soccer leagues, or running to stay in shape.

RED ROCK 13-1
(Head Coach)
Lawrence Dudash

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. Last season, he coached Red Rock 15s 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 13-1
(Assistant 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 working in the business development, sales, marketing and PR fields for companies including PC Gamer, PlayStation Magazine, the Microsoft Xbox launch and Ubisoft. He is currently handling advertising sales for the mobile games site Wireless Gaming World and the PR Manager at the games portal site ijji.com - NHN USA.

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 helped coach the Varsity team which had back to back CCS Div IV titles and was a Nor Cal State Finalist. 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 2010.

One of the Co-Founders of Payes Performance Volleyball, 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, and 15 Black, which earned a Junior National Open bid and finished as the 18th top 15s team in the country. Robin looks forward to building another great club at Red Rock Volleyball.

When he is not on a volleyball court, Robin enjoys spending time with his girlfriend Sally. Other interests include participating in various sports, traveling, collecting souvenir and GIANT items, photography, web design, and taking part with local start-up ventures.

RED ROCK 13-1
(Assistant Coach)
Kelly Burke

With an extensive background in team sports and physical activity; this is Kelly's sixth year coaching club volleyball. Prior to joining Red Rock Kelly coached at Payes for five years. At Payes, she coached the 15s team in 2007 and in 2008 her team won a national bid to the Junior Olympics in Dallas, TX. In 2010, she coached the 12 Black team which also won a national bid in Reno, NV and in the 2011 season her 14 Cardinal team became the first Payes Cardinal team to make Junior Nationals. Last year she coached 15 Black where they earned an open bid to Junior Nationals in Columbus, OH.

Kelly was born and raised in Redwood City where she attended Sequoia High School. She earned her degree from San Francisco State in Recreation Administration and now runs a sports program for a research study at the Stanford School of Medicine. She was a 4 year varsity player in high school and played as an outside hitter at Canada College / Skyline College Volleyball and the San Francisco State Volleyball teams.

When she is not coaching or playing volleyball, she enjoys being active and spending time with her family. She is looking forward to an exciting season with Red Rock!

RED ROCK 13-1
(Assistant Coach)
Jessica Atthowe

Never straying far from the sport she loves, even after finishing her playing career, Jessica is now in her fourth season coaching club. This will be her second season with Red Rock and prior she coached for Paye’s.

Jessica grew up in the East Bay and attended Bishop O’Dowd High School helping her team win an NCS title in 2007. She played club for Xceleration and Nor Cal volleyball club, winning a bronze medal in the American division at the 2008 Junior Olympics. From there she moved to southern California to continue playing at Golden West College under former men’s national team coach Alan Knipe. After two years she transferred to Menlo College where after playing became 4th overall in career assists.

With a degree in Accounting from Menlo, Jessica is working for the sports nutrition company, GU Energy Labs, in Berkeley. In her free time she loves to stay active, go on mini weekend vacations; attend concerts of her favorite artists, and spend time with friends and family. She has also found a new love for baking and cooking.

Jessica is looking forward to another successful season with Red Rock and helping her team get to Junior Nationals.

RED ROCK 13-2
(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).

RED ROCK 13-2
(Assistant Coach)
Karsen Halai

Karsen Halai grew up in Belmont and attended Notre Dame High School where she played on the Varsity volleyball team all four years as an outside hitter, earning 2 CCS Championships and 1 Norcal championship. She played for San Francisco Juniors for 6 years, attended the Junior Olympics and moved on to play at San Francisco State University as a Gator! Karsen enjoyed taking leadership roles as a captain on both her High School and Club teams. She now continues to play in adult tournaments, club and open gyms.

For the past 9 years, Halai has coached at the Frosh/Soph and Varsity level at San Mateo High School with 2 league championships and CCS bids 7 of the 9 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 2nd 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
(Co-Head Coach)
Jamie Hadenfeld


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. A Golden Bear Volleyball Club player in her youth, Jamie returned to Golden Bear as coach with multiple age groups, earning two Open 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 12-1
(Co-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 12-2
(Head Coach)
Serena Jenkins

Serena was raised in Jefferson City , MO & moved to CA in June 2012. She has always been very athletic, playing basketball and volleyball competitively since grade school. She was selected to the USA High Performance Camp in 2008.

She received a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Columbia College and played 4 years on a nationally recognized team. She started in 2 NAIA Final Fours and 1 National Championship match. She was selected to the All-American Scholar Athletic team in 2011 and received other all-tournament and honorable-mention accolades throughout her collegiate career. Her college coach was selected to the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame and named the “winningest coach in the NAIA in 2011.”

She is currently the Head Volleyball Coach at Lynbrook High School , a certified Personal Trainer, and continues to play volleyball competitively. She is looking forward to coaching with Red Rock Volleyball Club.


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