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VB Instructor, Pursuing A.A. at Mira Costa College
- Current Frosh Coach at RBV
- Former SoCal standout
- u12-14 Coach Extraordinaire
Kerena’s players would describe her coaching style as fun, constantly supportive, and persistent. She requires a lot from her players and they always show great improvement. Kerena has been coaching for many years at the club whether it be in the local program, or assisting travel teams.
Kerena enters her fourth year at SoCal where she takes her competitive experience as four-year Varsity player at Vista High School, under former Vista coach Aimee, and now standout player at Mira Costa College. She has been instrumental in running SoCal’s summer camps, clinics, FutureStars, and specializes in player development.
- Current SoCal Fall Ball Coach
- Runs SoCal’s clinic program
- SoCal Member since 2006
Players would describe Alli’s coaching style as very active, and very fun. Alli is accessible and kind to her players, and she deeply affects the lives of her players.
Alli is a former SoCal standout player, who participated in the club every year from 7th grade through her senior year in high school. At Vista High School, she was given the Coaches Award, and received an all tournament team award.
Alli caught the coaching bug while she was a player, volunteering her time her junior and senior years with SoCal’s FutureStars program, a developmental clinic program that requires patience, attention to detail and passion. Alli went on to coach an energetic 12’s Local team in 2013, and since then has participated fully in SoCal’s summer training program, camps, clinics, Fall Ball, and many travel teams.
In addition to being a dedicated SoCal coach, she has coached the Freshman teams at Mission Hills High School, and Vista High School. Alli specializes in the 12s-15s age group. She always makes sure her kids are having fun, getting a great workout, and learning how to be spirited teammates.
- current SoCal Fall Ball Coach
Tyler Branson-White has been associated with the games of volleyball since he was small enough to curl up and hide behind one! His love and inspiration for the game exploded when he was about 8 and started assisting with line calling, stat keeping and of course a great mascot for his mothers collegiate team.
At age 12 Tyler’s passion and competitive spirit kicked up a level as he started practicing with his mothers team. From there he played on a regular basis with his mothers college team and her club teams. Tyler joined a boys volleyball club and played competitively for about 3 months until the funding for it was disbanded. Tyler continued playing and expanding his knowledge of volleyball until he graduated from high school. After that he joined the Marine Corps and strayed away from volleyball for a couple of years. Now he joined SoCal Volleyball club and is excited to be apart of the organization!