12-Kerena Roster

Ellie Burr
Madeline Fallows
Lauren Feiler
Kloe Fulenwider
Kayla Iuta
Fallon Johnson
Kylie Osborne
Tessa Russell
Cayden Swanson
Mia Tarbutton
Savannah White

Coach

Kerena Madon

Coach

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 enters her fourth year at SoCal where she takes her competitive experience as four-year Varsity player at Vista High School, playing for former Vista Coach Aimee, and now standout player at Mira Costa College. She has been instrumental in running SoCal’s summer camps, clinics, and FutureStars, and specializes in player development. Kerena has been coaching and assisting teams in the travel and local programs for years.

Andy Fulenwider

Coach

Growing up in Bakersfield, California, Andy didn’t have many opportunities to participate in men’s volleyball.  However, by the age of 17 Andy had already been traveling around California winning Men’s Doubles Open Division Championships.  In 1996 he walked onto Santa Barbara City College as a starting outside hitter. From 1997-1999 Andy continued to play professionally on a men’s indoor team as well as competing in AVP Beach events like the Hermosa and Manhattan Open.  All this while graduating with a BA in Liberal Studies from Cal State University Bakersfield and getting married. He continued his education and received his Multiple Subjects Teaching Credential.  In 2000, with previous injuries finally taking their toll, Andy decided to retire from playing, but not before winning the 2000 California Men’s Open Division Championship.

Andy is now coaching at SoCal.  His two daughters’ love for volleyball has brought him back.  Players would describe him as “dedicated, caring and encouraging.” Parents say, “Absolutely outstanding! I have seen him work with them (the players) specifically setting goals on what to do each day, mental prep, strategy, thought process…a great mix while encouraging perfect practice.”

“I feel that the players need to understand not only the physical side (what works and why it works), but also the mental side as well.  Once you get to the top level of volleyball, the players’ physical abilities are very similar.  It really comes down to the mental side of the game which is under-taught in my opinion.  Regardless of age, players need to get in the habit of practicing like the pros do.  Practice makes permanent…. perfect practice makes perfect…. each shot, each action, always seeking to be exceptional vs. competent.”

Practice Schedule

Tuesday/Thursday 5:30-7:30PM
Sunday 4-6PM

Team Information

Schedule PDF
SCVA Schedule
Team Photos

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