Our Coaching Staff
With over 75 years of combined experience, we work hard to help our players take their game to new levels.
Mark loves coaching. He spent 14 years as the head of the Revere high school girls volleyball team. He has received IMPACT-Indoor, IMPACT - Outdoor, ASEP and CAP1 Training from USA Volleyball.
Mark has coached Junior olympics and served as club director at PCVC for the last ten years.
We are very pleased to welcome Sara to PCVC. Sara is currently the freshman coach at Revere HS. Her coaching past experience includes coaching 13s and 13s level teams and she was the lead volleyball instructor at Pinnacle. She continues to play volleyball in local leagues. She is certified in SafeSport Training, IMPACT, First AID/CPR/AED, Concussion in Sports, Fundamentals of Coaching, and First AID, Health, Safety for Coaches.
Casie has a great background in coaching with over 6 years experience. She has coached JV High School volleyball and coached JO 14, 15 and 16 aged teams. She continues to play volleyball.in her free time.
“My daughter joined PCVC after playing for the first time on her 7th grade middle school squad. The individual coaching she received by Coach Mark tremendously helped her improve her skill level and confidence. The PCVC staff created a safe and enjoyable environment promoting cohesion among the players on her team. When she returned to play her 8th grade middle school season, many of the players and parents on her 8th grade squad were very impressed on the improvements she had made over the JO season.”
Parent – Laura F.
“My daughter had the opportunity to spend her first year of JO volleyball playing for PCVC. The coaches know the game and, more importantly, know how to teach it to a group of 13 year olds! Her level of play, in our eyes, increased immeasurably. This organization promotes team work, friendship and fair, competitive play while helping each girl achieve her potential. Our family had a great experience with PCVC; one that I would recommend to any young lady that is willing to work hard to improve her game. ”
Parent – Tanya P.
I used to wonder why this club was called Player’s Choice, but after one season with the club we knew it was a great choice for our daughter. There are so many good things to say about our experience during the 2012 season. My daughter learned so many new skills along with a perfect balance of fun. Our coach made sure the girls were prepared to move on to high school teams, and fully equipped them with what they should expect. The best part was, that not only did the coach care about the girl’s skills in the game, but also the physical and mental part of being an athlete. We made wonderful friendships and expanded our team’s skills without having to be pushed to win every game. The girls learned how to care for each other and play as a team. They learned how to try new things, and bring out the best in themselves. Our coach was well educated and skilled in teaching them how to be better athletes and fully dedicated his time for them. My daughter never wanted the season to end and I felt very satisfied my money was well spent. A positive experience in every way, we can’t wait for next season! Thank you Player’s Choice!
Parent – Nancy F.