Operations manager & 12s Head Coach
Carol has played women's and co-ed Indoor 6s and outdoor triples and quads since 1979 at both UW-Green Bay club and UW-Madison club. Carol started coaching her daughter's 5th grade team in 2001 in the MAISL. She has coached club volleyball for the past 15 years with multiple clubs, working with ages 12s through 16s. Carol continues to learn and grow in volleyball by attending multiple coaching clinics.
Safe Sport Certified
Key Point to Remember: Be a student of the game. It is an ever changing game and it is as much a sport of the mind as it is of the body.
13s head coach
Hannah is a former Acer entering her first season as a coach for the club. She played high school ball at Mount Horeb and with Acers for two seasons. Hannah assisted with the beach program this summer and shows great promise as a new coach. She is excited to get started and meet her Acers!
14s Head Coach
Sammi is a former Acer who played several years of club and at Sun Prairie High School. She has also coached the middle school teams at Wisconsin Dells Middle School. This is her first season coaching with Acers.
15s head coach
I played high school ball at Oregon and played club volleyball at Acers. I coached one year as the JV coach at Oregon High School and currently coach the JV1 team at Parkview High School.
I have been coaching club for six years at the 15's level. I really enjoy this age because I feel like they have a lot to learn still and are still developing as players. I still enjoy playing whenever I can and regularly play in many leagues year round. In my time away from volleyball I enjoy being outside, seeing movies and spending time with my 7 year old son. I currently live in Belleville, WI and work as a dental assistant in Madison, WI where I have been for 6 years.
Safe Sport Certified
Key Point to Remember: Practice how you want to play.
15s Assistant Coach
I have played volleyball since 7th grade and I am a former Acer joining for my first year of coaching. I played high school ball at Oregon and have played for Capital Volleyball Academy and Acers in the past.
Key Point to Remember: Always rely on and better your team because that will truly bring you together and form a dynamic unit to be proud of!
16s head coach
Bri played high school volleyball at Oregon High School and several seasons of club at Capital Volleyball Academy. Bri went on to play NCAA Division II volleyball at Michigan Tech. Bri is entering her first season as a club coach after serving as the Varsity assistant at Parkview High School this fall.
16s Assistant Coach
I have played high school volleyball at Oregon High School and also played club volleyball at Midwest Juniors and Capital Volleyball Academy. I have assisted with summer volleyball camps throughout my high school career, but this is my first year coaching club. I miss the excitement and game of volleyball, so I am very excited to get back in the gym and teach others.
Key Point to Remember: Never let success get to your head and never let failure get to your heart
club director, 17s head coach, & beach head coach
I have spent the last 16 years involved with volleyball in some way and this game is absolutely my passion. I began playing in fifth grade and haven't stopped yet. In high school, I played at Oregon HS and with Acers, as well as one season at WI Select. I played NCAA Division I Volleyball at the University of North Florida as a Libero/DS. I also played in the first ever season of NCAA Division I Beach Volleyball at UNF, winning a Conference Championship in 2012. At the end of the collegiate career, I moved home to Wisconsin and spent three years coaching 17s with Fox Valley Thunder VBC in Oshkosh. I made the move to Oregon two years ago and am happy to be back home at Acers. This will be my third year coaching with Acers and my first year taking on the role of Club Director. I am also the Varsity coach at Parkview High School, which has been a wonderful experience so far. As a coach, I hope that my players are able to learn from me so much more than volleyball.
Safe Sport Certified
Key Point to Remember: Team sports are about confidence, leadership, and life skills that go beyond the gym. I hope to pass along my passion for volleyball to the next generation while encouraging them to be the best players, teammates, and people they can be.