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"Nearly 10 years ago, I noticed that there were a LOT of kids being left out of competitive volleyball - for whatever reason. Because of that, I felt there needed to be some way to capture all of those kids who love volleyball. The rest is history. Our competitive youth league started with 20 teams, and has grown to more than 100 teams. It is Colorado's largest and longest standing competitive youth league. And, it continues to grow because I surround myself with high quality, extremely ethical, and very hard-working WONDERFUL people who are in this for the kids!"

Tracy Dudley, Founder & Executive Director

As a true Colorado Native, Tracy has been an active volunteer in the local volleyball community for more than 20 years. Picking up the sport late in life, she has played in and organized countless adult competitive leagues & tournaments across the state—including virtually every format at every level of play: hard-court, grass, sand, 2s, 4s, 6s, coed, reverse coed & women’s. 

By trade, Tracy is a successful marketing professional who operates her own research and analysis company. She has played an integral role in consultation to many Fortune 500 companies, such as Kellogg's, Microsoft, Target Stores, Wells Fargo, Kroger, Procter and Gamble, McDonald's and many more. More than 2 decades ago, she graduated with Phi Beta Kappa outstanding academic honors from the University of Colorado with a Bachelor’s Degree in Adult and Child Psychology.  From this same University, she also holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Marketing--graduating with Beta Gamma Sigma academic honors and professional excellence. She is the wife of her high school sweetheart and has two 6'4" sons who have both participated in No Limits Volleyball programs--and these boys can jump out of the gym!

"Thanks again, Tracy, so so much for all of your concern and efforts, they do speak volumes!"
—I.V., Broomfield 

"I respect Tracy for creating a volleyball program that is affordable...and therefore kid and family-friendly. It can be tempting to charge as much as we can because they'll pay it...but, then there are people like Tracy that do youth athletics for the kids, not themselves. Way to go Tracy!"
—Joe Harmon, Founder of Big House Sports 

"Tracy is the founder of South Metro Volleyball. This organization was created on the principles and foundations of providing low-cost volleyball training and team play for players of all ages, economics, and diversities. Regular club volleyball is extremely expensive and most kids cannot afford it. South Metro in conjunction with their sister No Limits provides a low-cost, positive environment with experienced and caring adult clinicians. I admire Tracy for undertaking and continuing to manage this huge program. I mean huge!!!! Sooooo many kids involved. I have firsthand knowledge of this organization and how it is managed under Tracy's leadership, as I have done many clinics for her programs. I am also the Athletic Director and Head Volleyball Coach for Bennett School District.  I have 28 years’ experience coaching high school volleyball. I understand what it takes to be successful. No Limits Volleyball is successful and doing it for the right reasons...the kids."
—Larry Deffenbaugh, Owner of Sky High Volleyball Camps

“Tracy offers such an amazing program with No Limits Volleyball. My daughter learned so much and just continues to grow with all the programs that are offered. Anyone who is not involved with the league is missing out. What is offered, especially for the very affordable price, beats any other organization out there offering volleyball. The all mighty dollar is not what drives her, it is her love of volleyball and wanting kids to love the sport as much as she does. I can't say enough about the whole program!!”
—Evelyn Wheeler, Owner of Web Designs Your Way

"Tracy, you have done some super things in volleyball.  Kudos and thank you from the volleyball community!"
—George Mon, Owner of PowerZone Volleyball Inc.

“Tracy is a particularly driven individual and visionary who knows how to make a business work and work well. She has great command of what needs to get done and how to do it efficiently and effectively while utilizing her staff and their expertise to the fullest. Tracy cares about doing things the right way and making sure her clients get the most out of their experience at South Metro Volleyball.”
—Chuck Ellis, Colorado Volleyball Guru

“I have worked with Tracy for years. In all aspects of her work she has been professional and fair. She looks out for us. She is one who gets things done.  Tracy, you are so good at getting me to think.  I am so glad we came across each other!"
—Maria Byars, Owner of Lucky Dog Volleyball

"I believe coaching is so important because the coaches I have had in my own life played a huge part in shaping me into the hard-working person I am today. I just love to pass those same principles on to other kids."

Mary Fraser, Development Coordinator & Coach

Gold Medal Squared Coach

Mary has been playing volleyball since middle school. She played throughout high school and college as either a setter or a defensive specialist. Mary played for Siena Heights University in Michigan and earned “most improved player” honors as her skills continued to develop and expand rapidly. Because she has coached for nearly 10 years, Mary has trained players ranging from age 12 to 18 years. She also has done volleyball officiating out of her sheer love to be around the sport as much as possible. Scholarships and fundraising are very near and dear to Mary’s heart because she missed out on club volleyball programs due to the high cost. As a result, she had to work tirelessly to get her name out there to college recruiters—which required much creativity and persistence since her skills were being compared to other players who were getting constant high-level training from elite volleyball clubs. Mary loves he fact that No Limits has such passion for all athletes that they are willing to offer extensive financial aid options so that everyone has an equal chance to play competitive volleyball.

With a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sports Management from Shaw Heights University in Adrian, Michigan, Mary’s career goal is to work in the youth volleyball industry full-time. She has many talents, as she has worked in banking, recreation, and veterinary fields. Mary even has developed some expertise in sports promotion, event planning, and fundraising, and has been working with a large number of charities since high school—including March of Dimes, Boys and Girls Club, United Way. In fact, in college, she started a fundraising event called Dodging Cancer. This won Event of the Year and was recognized by the American Cancer Society due to the sheer amount of money raised. That same year, Mary also was awarded Student of the Year for her accomplishments. Today. Mary not only coaches for No Limits she also works in our Development department…planning a large variety of fundraising strategies, holding special events, organizing scholarships and financial aid programs, and contributing to many other projects. 

"Mary is very communicative and truly cares about the game and the players."
--Anonymous

"We like Mary's intensity, dedication, knowledge of the game, love of volleyball, and that she is not afraid to tell players or parents what is on her mind."
--Anonymous

"Mary was very enthusiastic & has great knowledge of the game & how to teach others"
--Anonymous

"Mary does a great job encouraging the players and making it fun. The girls improved so much! She brought great energy and knowledge of the game!"
--Anonymous

"Coach Mary was very communicative & motivating!!!"
--Anonymous

"We liked her positive attitude & encouragement during the games"
--Anonymous

"I love kids, and I love every minute of coaching!  To make a difference, I want to build strong, respectful young ladies for the future.  I do not coach for me, I coach to build strong kids!  I want the kids to understand they can do whatever they want to do in life, yet be respectful and gracious at the same time.”

Kyle Brownlow, Coach

Kyle started playing doubles volleyball as a teen and continued to play until fatherhood. Once his oldest son turned 7, Kyle made the switch to coaching. Over the past 17 years, he has coached his son and daughter in a variety of sports - including soccer, softball, and volleyball.

Kyle has coached many teams through C.A.R.A. Volleyball in Lakewood, Golden, and Arvada, where he was mentored by an excellent technician in coaching. Kyle has also coached girls at the club level and actually took one of his teams from Division 5 up to the highest division by season end. Kyle is certified by the Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA).

Kyle has been with No Limits since its second session, joining Tracy Dudley at South Metro Volleyball back in January 2009. In that time he has coached a lot of different age groups, from getting kids started with volleyball in elementary school to getting them ready to play in high school.  

He believes in respecting his teams but expects to be respected in turn. His main rule, which is communicated to his players from the very beginning, is NO BAD ATTITUDES towards anyone- teammates, other teams, refs, or parents.  Kyle and his team are there to learn and play volleyball at the highest level possible.

Kyle usually coaches two teams at a time, one with No Limits and another rec team with the City of Lakewood near his home. He loves to coach and teach kids and pass along his passion for the game of volleyball.

"Coach Kyle cares about the girls and works with them to get them better.”
Anonymous

“Kyle is committed to the girls and the team.  He is creative in his approach with the girls.  My daughter has the utmost respect for him.”
—Anonymous

"Coach Kyle has been a great asset to SMVB, especially to our team. He's really helped these girls grow in their skills as well as in their confidence and level of play. He is constantly lifting the girls up with praise and helping them with their self-confidence. He truly cares about them and believes in them...it shows!"
—Anonymous 

"My daughter is excited to play with you and your coaches again!  She has learned so much from you and really has come to love the sport of volleyball!  She is now a volleyball fanatic!  I plan to sign her up again on Kyle's team!  Please hold her spot!"
—JM, Parker

“Coach Kyle is always prepared for practices...you can tell he puts thought into what the girls will be working on that evening.  He's always taking time with each of the players to help them perfect a skill...we love him!”
—Anonymous

"We really appreciate Coach Kyle! He is fantastic! We love how he's just very invested in having the kids play good volleyball and uses games as a teaching opportunity."
—CB, Parker

"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

Holly DeVylder, Coach

Gold Medal Squared Coach

Holly has been playing volleyball since she was 11 years old and in the 7th grade. She played on her middle school team, as well as the Junior Varsity and Varsity teams for South Putnam Senior High in Indiana. She played on a recreational team in college, and continues to play in adult leagues in and around the Denver Metro Area.

Holly started coaching during college for the Boys and Girls Club in Muncie, Indiana. She joined No Limits while it was still South Metro Volleyball, which means she has been with us for a very long time! Holly has coached every age from grade school through high school, though she has a special affinity for middle schoolers. She coaches to help players find their potential and because she loves being able to transfer her knowledge and expertise to the next generation of players. She feels that every player should have a positive and fun experience in the sport of volleyball!

With a Bachelor of Arts in Literature and a minor in English Education from Ball State University, Holly is in IT (Information Technology) and works as as a Business Analyst. She also enjoys babysitting, sewing, crafts, comic conventions and cosplay! Holly is a PCA certified coach.

"Holly is a fantastic coach, and our daughter learned a lot from her. As a coach, she went above and beyond to help our daughter improve--enough for her to make the JV high school summer team, with the potential to make Varsity for the school as a freshman."
--Anonymous

"Coach Holly challenges the girls, helping them play smarter and harder."
--Anonymous

"We like Coach Holly's ability to connect with the team!"
—Anonymous

"My daughter and the team showed tremendous growth this past year. Most of them had never played on a club team prior to this experience, and they did not understand the positions--by the end of the season, they were executing offenses and defenses that you see at the college level. Holly definitely got them ready for high school and beyond."
--Anonymous

"I like the relationship Coach Holly has with the girls."
—Anonymous

"We really like Coach Holly's patience as the players develop."
—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 coach because I love seeing players work hard and get better and grow their love of the game."

Ryan Hoerdemann, Coach

Ryan grew up in Littleton, Colorado and started playing volleyball as a freshman in high school...and she learned how to play at No Limits (fka South Metro Volleyball). Ryan ended up playing all four years of high school at Arapahoe High School, and earned First Team All State her senior year. After four years of high school volleyball concurrent with four years of USA Volleyball, Ryan went on to play for Metropolitan State University of Denver as a Middle Hitter (and sometimes Right Side Hitter). During her career at MSU, she broke the all-time school record for hitting percentage--and still holds that record today. Ryan also earned RMAC All Conference honors her junior and senior years as a Roadrunner. 

Starting while in high school, Ryan has been coaching for more than 5 years. She actually started coaching at No Limits, and then also coached at Arapahoe High School and Strausburg High School. Ryan is about to complete a very multi-faceted Bachelor's Degree at MSU. She has studied a diverse range of areas, but enjoys Anatomy, Physiology, Physical Fitness Programming, and Event Management. These areas of study fit well with the fact that she is super passionate about volleyball, and is becoming an integral member of the No Limits staff as well as the mastermind behind our updated, state-of-the-art MVP sport-specific training program that infuses all of today's most current science behind workouts targeted toward optimizing players' volleyball skills.

"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

Alisa Kice, Coach

Volleyball has always been a large part of Alisa’s life. She started playing competitive volleyball in 8th grade and later played in college at a Division 2 school. After college, she played doubles grass and sand volleyball tournaments for 15+ years. .  

As she got older, Alisa realized that she was her most comfortable and confident self while on the volleyball court, which she feels helped her to be a more confident person off the court, as well.  That is the reason she is passionate about coaching younger girls.  Alisa remembers being a young woman, with all the pressures to fit in that comes along with adolescence. That memory drives her desire to help her players get to know themselves and others, and to find the confidence that fuels motivation and can determine a course of direction for the rest of their lives.

Alisa has a B.A. from St. Mary of the Plains College in KS and enjoys working as a dog groomer. She is married to a wonderful man and has  two children, Morgan and Logan. Alisa is an Ironman, multi-marathoner, ultra/trail runner, biker, skier, snowshoer, hiker, and enjoys anything she can do outside! She grew up in Colorado and loves everything about it - especially the solitude of the mountains.  

"We liked Coach Alisa's knowledge of the game & and the rules & how well she helps players develop."
—Anonymous

Colleen Kimball, Coach

Colleen started playing volleyball with No Limits! She has been playing with us for nearly 10 years and is looking forward to building her coaching career as a way to stay involved with the sport of volleyball after completing high school. Her mother, Brenda Kimball has been a core coach for No Limits since our very first yearQ 

When not playing volleyball, Colleen works as a cashier at Walmart.

 

"Colleen is young & enthusiastic & kept a great attitude among the girls."
—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 love teaching athletes to be invested in the successes of their teammates and their teams."

Miranda McDevitt, Coach

Gold Medal Squared Coach

Miranda has been playing volleyball since the 9th grade, where she played as an outside hitter and a libero for Moorestown High School in New Jersey. At that time, Miranda received a lot of coaching from the Penn State women's volleyball coaching staff. She moved on to play for the Bryn Mawr College women's team where she was one of two students invited to join the selection committee for a new head volleyball coach, was voted Co-Captain by her teammates, and made the Centennial Conference Honor Roll for three straight years.

Miranda started coaching in college, where she coached beginner and intermediate clinics for 4-8th graders. She is  passionate about coaching volleyball for all age levels so that she can pass on the positivity and personal growth that volleyball brought to her own life as a youth.

Miranda continues to play adult co-ed 6s volleyball here in Denver. Holding a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Bryn Mawr College, she works as a Program Coordinator on the CU-Denver/Asnschutz campus. Miranda loves learning new languages, and is currently learning Spanish. She is also a huge soccer fan--so if you can't find her playing volleyball, chances are that she is watching soccer somewhere.

"Miranda was the best coach my daughter has ever had, and she has played a lot of volleyball in middle school, high school, and other clinics, leagues, and clubs. She is extremely knowledgeable and a great player herself. Miranda was able to coach in a kind and nurturing, yet effective way."
--Anonymous

"Miranda is knowledgeable on the sport & keeps parents well informed."
--Anonymous

"We LOVE Miranda, she is a kind & good person. She proves that you don't have to be mean to be a coach. She successfully coaches the girls while being nice & keeping it fun!"
--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 Graham (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

Michael Paolucci, Coach

Gold Medal Squared Coach

Michael Paolucci started playing volleyball in high school. As part of the St. John the Baptist boys volleyball team in West Islip, New York. This particular team went to back-to-back Conference Semi-Finals in 2006 and 2007. He later went on to play outside hitter for the club volleyball team at Ithaca College in New York and, and then the Towson University Varsity team in Maryland.

In 2011, Michael  joined the volleyball coaching staff at his alma mater high school as a varsity assistant.  After just one season, he was promoted to Head Varsity Boys coach and proceeded to lead the Cougars team to three playoffs three straight years. Michael joined No Limits during the 2017-2018 season as the head coach of a 16u Regional club team. For 2018-2019, he has opted to be the assistant coach of the 17/18u National club at No Limits.

With a Bachelor of Arts degree in Public Relations from Hofstra University and an additional Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communications from Townson University, Michael is currently a Core Business Advisor at Dex Yellow Pages (DexYP) here in Denver, where he has earned numerous awards for performance and leadership. In his free time, besides volleyball, Michael enjoys cooking, trail running, live music, and spending time with others.

"Coach Michael is passionate, and he advocates for the team."
--Anonymous

"Michael was very good at developing relationships with the players."
--Anonymous

"Coach Michael always pushes the girls to do their best."
--Anonymous

Elise Sage, Coach

Gold Medal Squared Coach

Elise began coaching in 2010 when she coached a Nike volleyball camp for high school players, which is a week-long overnight intensive. She would staff these programs two weeks each summer while she played volleyball at a small D1 school in Fairfield,CT called Sacred Heart University. She has also coached and reffed for a sports center in Monterey, CA. Elise has the most experience coaching kids from the ages 8-14, and has also coached different skill classes through FRVBC, the club she played for while growing up. Elise loves coaching because it gives her an opportunity to pass on all the wonderful teachings she has learned in her 10+ years of playing. She finds it to be so rewarding to see a player improve in front of her eyes, and thinks it’s the best feeling ever when her players also realize that they are getting better. Elise always wants her players to give their best effort, regardless if their team is winning by 10 or losing by 10.

Elise loves going to concerts, watching movies and practicing yoga. She still plays volleyball in spring, summer, and fall out door leagues. Elise is back in school furthering her education in order to one day become a Naturopathic doctor, and she is also a huge dog lover.

"Elise was AWESOME!  We have had some coaches who yelled and were condescending, but Elise is encouraging, patient, and made things fun for the team when practicing...versus just executing boring drills. She really knew how to bring the best out of my daughter to boost her confidence in the game."
--Anonymous

"Coach Elise runs a good, quality practice to help develop the player's skills. She was also very encouraging to the girls."
--Anonymous

"Elise has a very kind spirit, and you can tell she enjoys coaching & being involved with the kids"
--Anonymous

"Coach Elise stressed teamwork. Most of our girls have played together for two years, but Elise did a great job with new girls with not as much skill. She was EVERYONE'S coach, not just the ones who could hit the balls...she gave everyone a chance.

"Elise is engaged with the players in practice and challenged them for new skills"
--Anonymous

"Coach Elise provided individual support, guidance, & instruction with enthusiasm and kindness. She is very positive & great at team building"
--Anonymous

AnnaMarie Schanke, Coach

Gold Medal Squared Coach

AnnaMarie started playing volleyball in middle school, learning in a hot and sticky gym in southern Florida. She has been coaching since about 2014, focusing mostly on the 12 to 15 age range.

AnnaMarie loves volleyball- both playing and coaching- because it promotes improvement on an individual and team level, and the learning curve is continual. There's always a way to push your game: going from 6s to doubles, hard court to sand, or women's to co-ed. AnnaMarie feels that her strength as a coach is building great player confidence.

AnnaMarie’s profession is in aviation operations, and she can talk about airplanes as passionately as she can talk about volleyball! A fun fact about AnnaMarie is that she helped start a local roller derby team while in college and served as the team Jammer.

"We loved how passionate AnnaMarie is for volleyball and for our girls. She was encouraging, yet stern with the players. She wanted the best out of them, and knew how to get it. We loved that she and Coach Dwayne had positive attitudes all the time. They make a great team. We were blessed to have her as a coach, and our daughter grew in the sport so much under her direction."
--Anonymous

"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

"My biggest enjoyment in coaching volleyball is watching the kids grow into adults."

Dominique Stubblefield, Coach

Dominique has been playing volleyball since age 13. She played on school competitive teams from 7th through 12th grade and earned EMAC Player of the Year her senior year (All-East Metro Athletic Conference), was a 4-time varsity letterman, and was voted All Conference First Team across three years. Due to her hard work and success on the court, Dominique earned a volleyball scholarship to Bethune Cookman University in Daytona Beach, Florida. She has played outside hitter, right side hitter, setter, and libero. She started coaching about five years ago, and has coached at both West Middle School and Aurora Central High School—earning New Coach of the Year in 2014.

Just a few credits away from her Bachelor’s in Nursing at University of Colorado in Denver, Dominique currently works as a nurse at Children’s Hospital. Outside of volleyball, she likes spending time with kids and her family—and will be getting married soon!

"We really like the volleyball skills she taught our daughter!"
--Anonymous

"Dominique's practices are organized and very effective."
--Anonymous

"Coach Dominique helped everyone on the team build their skills."
--Anonymous

"I coach because I love helping kids achieve their goals and helping them learn how to work as a team to accomplish said goals."

Emily Toltz, Coach

Gold Medal Squared Coach

Emily is a Colorado native who fell in love with the sport of volleyball when she began playing in middle school. She continued playing through high school, and her specialty is libero (AKA defense specialist), as she is only 4'11"! Emily has coached elementary school volleyball (4th and 5th grade) for two years. She had the opportunity to move with the girls from 4th to 5th grade, and she loved being able to help teach them the foundations of volleyball and watch them grow.

Emily is working on an IT degree at Colorado State University, enjoys staying active, and loves learning something new as often as she can.

"We loved Coach Emily's practice drills!"
—Anonymous

"Emily is a very nice person, supported the girls, & was open & welcoming to the parents"
—Anonymous

"I like being able to share my passion for the sport I love and grow strong student-athletes!"

Sebrinia Welch, Coach

Gold Medal Squared Coach

Sebrinia has been playing volleyball for over 15 years. She played four years in high school and three years at Luther College, a DIII school in Iowa, mainly as a defensive specialist. When she became a school counselor, she knew she wanted to continue her involvement with volleyball by coaching youth. Sebrinia coached three years of middle school volleyball for MLK Early College and is currently the Varsity Head Coach for the Montbello Warriors in Denver Public Schools.

Sebrinia believes that the role of the coach is to hold high expectations for the level of work and play on the court, to challenge athletes and push them to become better, and encourage them to self-reflect on their skills and the goals that they have for themselves. She believe athletes that have a real passion for the game, the willingness to work hard, and an openness to take feedback, will see growth as an individual player and have fun playing the game she loves!

Outside of work and coaching, Sebrinia loves to travel, in and out of the country. In the past year she has traveled to six different countries. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from Luther College, and a Master of Arts from University of Colorado Denver. When she isn’t dreaming of and planning trips, Sebrinia enjoys playing in adult competitive volleyball leagues, reading, watching YouTube videos of Minnesota Gophers volleyball matches, and spending time with friends, her husband and two dogs, Beau and Tempe.

“Sebrinia is very committed and focused on helping the kids improve.”
—Anonymous

"Sebrinia knows what she is doing, she is very good with the girls, & is a great communicator!"
—Anonymous

"I enjoy watching a player transfer his or her learning from practice to games."

Tim Wompey, Coach

Tim has been playing volleyball for nearly 20 years. After graduating from high school in Colorado, Tim moved to California where he played for Grossmont College in San Diego as an outside hitter, middle hitter, and blocker. Starting with YMCA and Gold Crown Volleyball and quickly moving on to several USA Volleyball clubs and high school varsity volleyball teams, Tim has been coaching for nearly 10 years. He has coached players ages 9 through 17 years.

Currently a gifted and talented classroom school teacher for Jefferson County Schools (13 years and counting), Tim holds a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology from Metro State University in Denver. He also got his Certificate in Elementary Teaching from MSU, and added a Master of Arts in Education from Regis University. Tim has been the coach of both girls varsity volleyball and junior varsity basketball at Arvada High School--but he has recently he has moved from 3A varsity to 5A varsity coaching the girls volleyball team for Lakewood High School. Outside of coaching as much volleyball as he can, Tim enjoys fishing and photography.

"Tim is one of the best coaches we have seen in both of our kids sports. He has a very young team with more than half of the girls being only 10 years old. He is so encouraging and really has helped them see and understand the game."
—Anonymous

"Tim is a very positive upbeat coach.  When the girls get down on themselves and are losing, he is still very positive."
—Anonymous

"Under Tim Wompey's guidance, the team really came together and worked well.  My daughter learned a lot and continues to improve her skill set."
—Anonymous

"Tim is always positive and encouraging of his players, and this resulted in amazing growth of individuals and the team together."
—Anonymous

"My daughter loved coach Tim. He taught her new skills, and she loved his demeanor. He didn’t yell, but did coach them on what they could do to improve.  He also asked them what kind of coaching style they wanted. I know the girls appreciated the respect that was given to them. "
—Anonymous

"He was very calm and patient. On the sidelines during games, everything was a learning opportunity."
—Anonymous

"We like everything about Coach Tim and his coaching style. In fact, he is the best coach either of my daughters have ever had in any sport."
—Anonymous

"Coach Tim has a very good attitude, and the team has improved under his guidance."
—Anonymous

"We like how Coach Tim focused on the development of the players, encouraging and positive!."
—Anonymous

"What we like best about Coach Tim is his patience and P.E. teaching expertise."
—Anonymous

"We love Coach Tim's team-building skills an how he creates a positive and supportive environment for the team."
—Anonymous