Jenni has been coaching college camps since the Summer of 1995. She has worked, coached and/or organized over 20 years of volleyball camps at all skill levels around the country. She took over this camp 12 years ago and it has provided a low cost alternative to area camps.
2018 will begin Jenni's 14th season as the Sasquatch Head Volleyball Coach. In her tenure at the community college she has racked up a 401-202 winning record. Jenni returned to the northwest after spending four seasons with the University of Memphis Tigers as an assistant coach and two years as a former player. Jenni brings with her four years of college coaching experience having served as the Tigers' recruiting coordinator and middle hitter positioning coach. She also has worked as the Tigers’ academic liaison.
A 2004 graduate with a Masters of Science in human movement science from the University of Memphis and a Bachelor’s of Science in education in December of 2000. Jenni was a two-year letter winner for the Tigers from 1997 to 1998 after transferring from Spokane Falls Community College where she received her associates of arts. As a two-year starter at middle hitter, Memphis was 37-28 with Jenni in the line-up, going 19-14 in 1997 and 18-14 in 1998.
At Spokane Falls Community College the Federal Way native was named the All-American Junior College Player of the Year by the American Volleyball Coaches' Association. She was a two-time first team all-conference NWAACC performer and was an East Region First Team selection. She was named to the NWAACC All-Star Team as a sophomore and led her squad to two straight second-place finishes in the NWAACC tournament.
Coach Hull can be reached at 509-954-0034 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Katlyn is entering her second season with the Sasquatch. Katlyn is a graduate of Burlington-Edison High School. She earned four varsity letters in volleyball, three in basketball and four in track. She was conference MVP her sophomore, junior and senior year. Her senior year she was voted Washington State volleyball Gatorade Player of the year, prepvolleyball.com All-American and her high school team was nationally ranked. Katlyn holds records in career assists, career aces, season assists and season aces. Her senior year ended with a State Championship in volleyball, fourth place finish at State Basketball, a second place finish in 800m run and a 6th place finish in 4by4 at State Track. Katlyn broke B-E's 31-year old record in the 800m run and still holds it today.
She took her talents to the University of Alaska Fairbanks where she competed on the volleyball team and later transferred to Mississippi State with the help of Jenni Hull. At Mississippi State she was consistently in the starting line-up and was All-SEC Fall academic team. Katlyn graduated from Western Washington University with a degree in Communication Studies and a minor in Sociology. She is a mother to a wonderful mostly well-behaved weiner dog, Kampbell.
Terry is entering his second season with the Sasquatch. Terry is a 2011 graduate of Liberty High School in Spangle, Washington. Terry graduated from Quincy University in Quincy, Illinois with his degree in mathematics in 2015. He also played 4 years of NCAA Division I men’s volleyball in the MIVA Conference. Terry received All conference academic awards and the Quincy University St. Frances Award. Terry has been coaching for 9 years with experience under the direction of USA Hall of Famer Caren Kemner.
Aside from volleyball, Terry was QU’s Math Club President, spent over 120 hours in educational classrooms teaching and has offered over 350 hours of community service. Terry is currently a personal trainer at MUV Fitness and coaches club volleyball locally.
After eight seasons with the Sasquatch, Brandy moved on and is entering her second season as the Head Volleyball Coach at Kennewick High School. Brandy has worked with Sasquatch sports as a player, work study and assistant coach.
Brandy is a 2006 graduate of River View High School in Finley, Washington. She competed on the CCS Volleyball team from 2006 to 2008. Brandy was awarded Second Team All-NWAACC Tournament and team MVP during the 2006 season and First Team All-Region for both the 2006 and 2007 seasons. She received her Associates of Arts degree in the spring of 2008. Brandy finished her Masters in teaching at Eastern Washington University in Spring, 2014 and majored in biology/secondary education and getting a minor in mathematics. Brandy is excited and geared up for another successful camps season.
Drills and skill development are ran by current and former college players from a variety of different levels and backgrounds.