Girls / Coaches

Allan Jeffrey

Email: [email protected]

Coaching: Girls

Teams: 14-2, 16-4

Allan moved to the greater San Diego area in the summer of 2004. Having been out of volleyball for 10 seasons due to family commitments until this past season, Allan believes that now with plenty of time available to him, he has a lot to offer. He says that he was in the right place at the right time to be hired as the JV coach at La Costa Canyon High School in late July 2016 and absolutely loves the program and the people in it. The school’s gym was under repair during the first two weeks of tryouts and training in August so the school used the COAST gym. This is where he witnessed the club’s philosophy towards excellence, improved facility, some of the coaches in action and wishes to add to that.

In Ottawa Canada, Allan started the first girls’ volleyball club in 1977. In the first two seasons of inception the club was the Provincial (State) Champions and National Finalists’ both years in the Junior (18u) and Juvenile (16u) categories. In the second season, Allan took the 18u team to the Open National Championship and finished 2nd. Beginning in 1982 as a second occupation, (in those days volleyball was a stipend position) Allan coached and trained the University of Ottawa Women’s Volleyball team for 10 seasons, finishing out of the medals once in the latter nine years in the Provincial Championships. The team was nationally Top 10 ranked seven of those years. Over the course of his coaching career Allan was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to train and coach 5 players that ultimately ended up on Canada’s Junior and/or Senior National Teams. Allan is also the former Program Coordinator for the Canadian Volleyball Association which included working with all National Teams and was the Women’s National team Coordinator for three years.

Allan was the first fully certified Level III Coach in Canada in any sport and authored three articles and co-authored two coaching manuals and loves to learn, in fact he credits the success of his 14 – 3 team last season to just that, finding out how to be better which will help the girls become better.

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17-2

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Ozhan Bahrambeygui

17-1, 18-1

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Roxanne Brunsting

13-1, 18-2

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Bryan Callaway

15-3

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Bryan Campbell

17-3

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Justin Conde

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Luis Cuatok

14-1, 15-1

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Dianne Denecochea

12-Local, 14-Local

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Kurt Donaldson

13-3

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Kelly Drobeck

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Amy Dunphy

17-3

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Allie Fellows

11-1

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Connor Foley

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Jimmy Gekas

15-1, 17-1

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Raeann Greisen

14-5

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Aundrea Hemmerly

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Hannah Hubbard

14-R3

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Camryn Irwin

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Sophia Jeanpierre

14-R2

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Megan Kent

15-4

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Nicole Kevorken

12-R2

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Andy Kim

16-1, 17-2

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Tina Kinkead

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Lisa Kramer

14-4, 17-1

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Nicholas Lung

15-R2

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Paden Merkel

11-2, 13-R2

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Katie Meyers

13-1

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Amanda Miles

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Chris Miller

15-R3, 18-3

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Kacey Nady

14-5, 16-1

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Victor Neves

16-R1

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Peter Ogle

14-1

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Brittani Oliver

18-3

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Ciara Parker

13-R1

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Meghan Penolio

14-2

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Addie Picha

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Lauren Plum

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Olivia Ramos

16-R2

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Davis Ransom

18-2

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Darci Remensperger

15-R2

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Alanna Resch

17-4

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Emily Rubalcava

16-3

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Colleen Schlosser

15-2

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Mas Shibata

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Kyle Smiley

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Megan Smith

16-3

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Said Souikane

12-1, 18-1

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Caio De Souza

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Rodrigo Suelotto

13-R2, 16-1

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Delaney Taylor

13-Local

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Sean Thomas

13-2

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Carol Welcher

14-3

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Steven Wesley

16-3, 18-1

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Jeff Wigley

15-5

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