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Jamie Caldwell, Coach

Gold Medal Squared Coach

Jamie started playing volleyball when she was 8 years-old and her mother wanted to get her into a sport. Jamie chose volleyball and promptly fell in love with the game. She played on both her high school team and a club team, so she played nearly year-round for her entire high-school career. After graduating, Jamie began playing on rec leagues, which she has continued doing throughout her adult years.

Jamie has been coaching club teams for the last 4 years following a year of teaching a freshman high school team. Her main strength as a coach is that she is very compassionate and patient with her players, taking the time with each and every player to focus on their individual needs. Jamie’s passion for coaching comes from her love of the game and her desire to pass that love along to the younger generations who are just beginning to play. In her free time, Jamie enjoys spending time with her step-son and daughter, who just began playing volleyball in 2017. She also loves camping and riding 4-wheelers.

"Coach Jamie was always prepared and had skill drills each week for the girls to work on. She has such great energy and enthusiasm--always gives positive feedback and encouragement. She also has great communication with parents."
-Anonymous

"Jamie has great composure under adverse pressure & we enjoy her ability to coach volleyball effectively while keeping it fun & tough at the same time!"
-Anonymous

"We like how Jamie is energetic, positive, but still able to push the players to be their best. "
-Anonymous

"When we had a meeting about my child and what she needs to be successful, Jamie immediately implemented the things we had talked about and suggested. The simple act of making us feel like we had a team of support for my daughter was really refreshing. After that, I felt like my daughter really started to grow in her skills and in her confidence. And I truly feel that it is because Coach Jamie took the time to try and understand my daughter. I would sign up with her again in a heartbeat!"
-Anonymous

"Jamie gets goofy and silly with the girls--they love that. Her practices are run fine. She implements a variety of drills."
-Anonymous

"We love Coach Jamie's composure under adverse pressure and her ability to coach volleyball effectively while keeping it fun and tough at same time!"
-Anonymous

"I coach because I want to bring consistent coaching to young players."

Roberta Cox, Coach

Gold Medal Squared Coach

Roberta began playing volleyball in junior high and continued playing throughout high school. She began coaching in 2009 and enjoys it because she likes bringing consistent coaching to aid in her players growth. She has also coached gymnastics and basketball.

Roberta works as a Pulmonary Rehab Specialist for Children’s Hospital Colorado and enjoys spending time with her family and taking part in church activities.

"We like how Coach Roberta is positive and fun, while also expecting hard work, fostering a team atmosphere, and focusing on improving skills (not winning)."
--Anonymous

"Coach Roberta is very easy to reach and responds to emails as soon as possible. She has so much knowledge about volleyball, and really helps the girls grow."
--Anonymous

"Roberta was always positive & communicated well with us"
--Anonymous

"Roberta is very enthusiastic and passionate about the sport, and she wants the girls to do well and improve."
--Anonymous

"Volleyball is a passion. I basically eat, breathe, and sleep volleyball. I want to add coaching to that so I can share my passion with young players."

Krystyna Foxworthy, Coach

Krystyna has been playing volleyball since 2005 and played for the Aurora Atomics, Colorado Infinity, and Rocky Select, where she was the captain for her 18s team. Krystyna is fairly new to coaching but has completed most of the coaching training that No Limits has to offer. Volleyball is her passion and she is excited to bring her passion to her players.

Krystyna has certificates in Human Performance and Personal Training from Pickens Technical Institute. When she’s not playing volleyball, she works with a youth football team in Aurora called the Aurora Avalanche and also creates handwritten signs for special occasions.

"Krystyna really connected with my daughter"
--Anonymous

"This coach is the best we have ever had! Krystyna is very experienced, determined, motivated, and helps the girls grow in confidence. Again, we love her!"
--Anonymous

"We love Coach Krystyna's positive attitude!"
--Anonymous

"Coach Krystyna is always there for the girls. She presents a very positive attitude toward the game, the teammates, the other teams, and the officials."
--Anonymous

"We appreciate Coach Krystyna's passion, approach, & knowledge"
--Anonymous

"Krystyna has a very positive attitude, great volleyball skills, good communication--and she is fun and energetic when she works with the girls."
--Anonymous

"Krystyna really cares about the girls & spent time writing each of them a personal note at the holidays. She has wisdom beyond her years & she is very approachable"
--Anonymous

"I love teaching and developing each player's skills, while having fun along the way!"

Chad Giron, Coach

Gold Medal Squared

Chad has played volleyball for many years, competing in competitive indoor club volleyball in college, RMR-USAV men’s leagues, and countless summers of outdoor grass pick-up games & tournaments. He has coached for two years for the NORCO Volleyball Club, two years for South Suburban Parks and Recreation, and began coaching for No Limits in 2016. In addition to volleyball, Chad has coached youth basketball, baseball & soccer.

As a coach, Chad loves working with kids and watching them have fun playing sports while gaining confidence, learning the value of teamwork, and instilling good sportsmanship. He strives to encourage and inspire them to be the best they can be. He truly wants them to love the game of volleyball and always hopes that his players, and their parents, have a wonderful experience being a part of his team.

Chad is a Colorado native (who doesn’t ski) and grew up in Longmont. He graduated from Colorado State University with a degree in Landscape Architecture and is a big CSU Rams sports fan. Chad and his wife have been married since 1999, have two wonderful teenage children, and live in Highlands Ranch. His other interests include playing board/card/video games with his family and daydreaming about being able to play more golf someday.

"Coach Giron is always positive. He emphasizes skill building and sportsmanship over wins. He is an excellent coach."
--Anonymous

"We really liked the encouragement he gave our girls throughout games, tournaments, and practices."
--Anonymous

"Coach Chad really did a great job building the girls up and encouraging them.  He was fair and treated all the kids the same--including his daughter. He did not play favorites. He was excellent at focusing on skill building, and my daughter learned so much from him..and became a better player in the short season we had with him."
--Anonymous

"Coach Chad is always positive and encouraging with the girls."
--Anonymous

"We have been with No Limits for 6 years, and Chad is the best coach we have ever had.  He knows the game well, is very positive with the girls, and understands that this is competitive volleyball--and the girls should be playing at that level."
--Anonymous

"Coach Chad is very positive & supportive of the girls"
--Anonymous

"Volleyball is a vehicle to learn strong character. Win/Loss doesn’t define success, but ability to improve and self-measure then goal-set based on that feedback is its most important lesson to young athletes."

Anna Haley, Coach

Growing up in Texas, Anna has been playing volleyball for nearly 15 years. Because she is so tall (6'3"), Anna originally played basketball. She switched to volleyball in her teens, and quickly blossomed into a star. During her high school volleyball career, she was ranked #50 on PrepVolleyball.com's list of "Senior Aces" and among "Volleyball Magazine's" Fab 50, and earned 1st Team High School All American honors from the American Volleyball Coaches Association. During her club volleyball career, Anna helped her team to nationals all four years of high school and was heavily recruited by NCAA Division 1 schools. After choosing Purdue University to play college volleyball, Anna was Big Ten Freshman of the Week three times, named to Big Ten/Big East Challenge, played on the Active Ankle Challenge All-Tournament teams, and earned Academic All Big Ten.

Coaching for nearly 10 years, Anna has coached college volleyball camps and was a high school varsity head coach. With Bachelor's degree from Purdue University in Pubic Relations and Mass Communications, she currently designs products for one of the nation's top-rated wholesale suppliers and distributors. Anna loves playing sand volleyball and snowboarding. 

"I love volleyball and enjoy seeing youth grow and strive in something they love."

Aaron Hickerson, Coach

Gold Medal Squared Coach

Aaron is still fairly new to coaching, but is eager to pass along the knowledge he has gained as both player and coach .His favorite thing about coaching is being able to help athletes gradually improve the skills they need help with, while refining the skills at which they already excel. Aaron’s goal as a coach is to always to help his athletes improve both as volleyball players and as people.

Aaron is a huge all-around gamer. He plays board, card, dice games, pen and paper games, and video games. If there is a game, he has most likely played it. If not, he is definitely up for the challenge! He practices martial arts, and is currently focused on practicing the Katana (Japanese long sword).

"I have a strong passion for volleyball--I love the game, and I want to instill that same passion into new volleyball players."

Rachel Howard, Coach

Rachel began playing volleyball when she was 11, mostly because she is an only child and her parents wanted her to get involved in a team sport. She was tall and had a natural-born ability to play volleyball within the team environment. She started coaching after suffering an injury that prevents her from playing any longer herself. Rachel’s love for the game has never wavered and she wants to install that passion in other people. Her favorite thing about coaching is watching her players grow together as a team, and watching individuals improve their skills every day.

Rachel was born in Southern California and moved to the Pacific Northwest early on in life. She loves staying active and exploring nature. Being from Washington state, she’s learned to enjoy the finer things in life- like good coffee and morning hikes. She usually enjoys a simpler life than the hustle and bustle of the city, though she’s currently living in Denver and feels that it is a great change from what she is used to. Rachel enjoys pushing herself to try new things and to take each day as new, and she will always push her team to do their best.

"The girls really respected Rachel. My daughter felt like she was the best coach she has ever had...as far as her ability to increase the skill level of the girls."
--Anonymous

"We like how she did a lot of drills at practice that were helpful. She was able to relate to the girls and make it fun while learning."
--Anonymous

"Coach Rachel found a balance between fun playing and serious skill building."
--Anonymous

"Rachel could effectively coach every position. She was firm when needed, and supportive as well. She could also relate to the girls in a positive way."
--Anonymous

Anthony Leiber, Coach

Anthony got hooked on playing volleyball shortly after college while living in Chicago. North Beach on Lake Michigan with its water, beach, and sun was a perfect place to learn! Nowadays Anthony primarily play 2s and 4s, though he also plays in an outdoor league at  Washington Park in Denver and competes in 2-3 tournaments every summer.

Anthony has been coaching in 2012 and has been coaching at No Limits since 2015. He also coached youth soccer for 6 yrs. Anthony particularly loves coaching at the beginner/development levels, showing new players the proper techniques, footwork, communication and teamwork.

Anthony has a degree in Food and Lodging Management and works in Nutrition Services for the Douglas County School District. He has two daughters - age 14 & 10. His oldest played competitive volleyball and his youngest plays basketball and soccer. His personal hobbies include mountain biking, skiing, hiking and building his music library; he has a massive collection from all genres and eras.

"Coach Anthony brought the team together & every player improved!"
—Anonymous

"I really enjoy working with people to help them get better. And, I just love volleyball!"

Wayne Martinez, Coach

Gold Medal Squared Coach

Wayne has been playing volleyball for nearly 20 years and has played every position from setter to outside hitter to right-side hitter, to middle blocker to libero! He has played a lot of sand volleyball, as well as indoor hardcourt. With more than 15 years of volleyball coaching under his belt, Wayne has coached for the City of Aurora, Juggernaut Volleyball Club, Kepner Middle School, and Manual High School. Loving, caring, and competitive, he particularly loves working to develop kids who have never played before.

Wayne has been working at RMT Companies for 6 years--RMT is a regional bulk transportation provider offering a complete array of logistics services. He enjoys outdoor sports, volleyball, camping, fishing, and family time.

“We like how Wayne is personable with the players, gives great feedback, and has a high desire to improve the players."
--Anonymous

"Coach Wayne knows the game very well; overall skill development, communication with players and parents, responsive to emails and texts."
--Anonymous

"We like how Wayne focuses on improving the players both on and off the court!"
--Anonymous

"We like Coach Wayne’s connection with the girls.”
—Anonymous

Stace McCollum, Coach

Gold Medal Squared

Stace started playing volleyball at the age 17, fell in love with the sport, and hasn't stopped since. He considers himself to be a Wash Park doubles junkie and also plays indoors A/AA and sand A/AA doubles. He still plays as much as he can, though it doesn’t tend to be 7 days a week anymore! Stace started sub-coaching his daughters volleyball team in 2014 before becoming the team's head coach.

Though his daughter no longer plays, Stace is still inspired to pass along this great sport, encouraging others and helping them love and learn more about volleyball. He wants to see his players be the best version of themselves possible while still having a blast along the way- both in volleyball and life.

Stace loves nature and sports of all types, and considers himself a tame adrenaline junkie. He loves life's grand adventure!

"Coach Stace is amazingly positive & dedicated to improving each individual"
—Anonymous

"Stace is amazing & our daughter really appreciates & respects him. He keeps things fun & enjoyable while maintaining structure & growth"
—Anonymous

"I like to coach volleyball because I am able to enhance young girls with what I know and share my passion of the sport."

Britney Page, Coach 

Britney has been playing volleyball since attending middle school in Aurora. She also played for Gateway high school, Otero Junior College, Colorado Performance and COVOCO. She participates in doubles, fours, and sand volleyball tournaments. Britney is a veteran of the United States Navy, and her hobbies include exercising, outdoor activities and spending time with her family.

"We liked how you could see the progression of player skills through the year."
--Anonymous

"Coach Britney was patient, kind, encouraging, & knowledgeable!"-
--Anonymous

"She inspired confidence and improved my daughter from a beginner to a strong contributor."
--Anonymous

"Coach Brittany has a positive attitude, as well as volleyball knowledge and skills."
--Anonymous

"Britney is always smiling and the girls love her!"
--Anonymous

"I am all about service and helping others; and I want to help people love volleyball."

Alexia Novick, Coach 

Alexia has been playing volleyball since middle school. She played club and high school volleyball until she was 18, and then she spent her senior year at No Limits. Because of her success in high school, Alexia received full-ride volleyball scholarship offers from several different NCAA Division II schools, including Tuskegee University in Alabama, and Colorado State University in Pueblo. Instead of accepting any scholarships, Alexia joined the military (United States Air Force).

Since she had coached a bit in high school, Alexia remained actively involved in volleyball through coaching and playing while in the Air Force. She now plays in adult 6s volleyball leagues in the Denver Metro Area and has been coaching for No Limits Volleyball. Alexia is currently working on an externship through the Air Force as a Medical Assistant. After volleyball was a positive force in her life for so many years, she enjoys sharing her passion for volleyball with others and has a goal to help people love the sport as much as she does. Her younger sister currently plays for No Limits, and her mom (Sandy Novick) was the assistant coach for the No Limits 12s Regional club team in 2017-18.

"As a player for over 30 years, I appreciate a good, encouraging coach who can also challenge you."

Victoria Stone, Coach
 
Victoria is a former collegiate player as a setter/outside hitter on scholarship for Shoreline Community College in Seattle, WA and Pikes Peak Community College in Colorado Springs, CO.  She also played for the USAV Club team from the University of Colorado at Boulder, where the team placed 5th at Nationals.  Victoria was also awarded Most Competitive Athlete at Pueblo County High School, competing in volleyball and track & field, and was selected to play on the All-State Colorado High School A Team.  She has continued to play competitive A level volleyball in local volleyball leagues across Denver.
 
As a coach, Victoria coached her first competitive Club team in 1997 and has coached off and on, while raising a family, for a total of 5 years.  She enjoys coaching new players and seasoned players alike. Victoria's specialty is the development of future setters by teaching them how to run offensive plays and read the opponent's defense. 
 
Positivity, encouragement and expectancy for growth are Victoria's primary philosophies when coaching youth volleyball.  Providing players with a positive environment when they step into the volleyball facility and onto the court is Victoria's top priority.  Her coaching style is positive and upbeat, with intention to improve player skills. Utilizing a “feed forward” method, Victoria coaches players when they have the opportunity to repeat the skill immediately, as she finds this method to be far more encouraging and successful than criticisms when a player leaves the court.  Putting forth a solid effort and being interested in improving is what Victoria looks for in players. She runs high energy and fast paced practices, and she expects her players to keep up with the pace and take advantage of the opportunity to learn and grow, both athletically and personally.

"I have five kids who have played a lot of sports. Victoria is one of the best youth coaches I have encountered. She has the perfect mix of encouragement and direction. The girls have fun and learn both skills AND strategy."
--Anonymous

"We like how knowledgeable Coach Victoria is about volleyball skills, and how she was like and respected by the team.
--Anonymous

"Coach Victoria had a lot of knowledge about the game and was able to infuse that into our players. I saw a huge improvement out of all the players on our team!"
--Anonymous