Audrey is a former SoCal volleyball player who participated throughout her high school career. She was an outside and Libero at Escondido High School where she received awards for MVP, Best Defensive Player, and the Most Spirited.
Audrey got into coaching immediately after graduating high school by taking on the Mission Hills girls Freshman team in 2014. In 2015, Audrey began working with the Sage Creek High School volleyball program where she is now the boys JV coach and the girls Freshman coach.
With a love and devotion for the game, Audrey is able to bring lots of energy and passion to her players. She focuses on the importance of mental toughness, teamwork, and discipline.
VB Instructor, Pursuing A.A. at Mira Costa College
Former SoCal standout
u14 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 enters her fourth year at SoCal where she takes her competitive experience as four-year Varsity player at Vista High School, 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.
Volleyball Instructor, San Diego Mesa College Player and Student
Sage Creek Coach
Ana Huberty is no stranger to the volleyball world having played since 8th grade. She has gained the experience and knowledge to coach the sport that is her biggest passion. Being a well rounded player, she has extensive knowledge of the game. Ana was a four year varsity player at Mission Hills High School, as a starting opposite. In this starting position, she earned numerous accolades including coaches award and all league honorable mention.
Having also played at SoCal for her entire club career, Ana hopes to lead the future of the club. She was apart of the 15- Aimee team that won Soiree and continued to play at the top level at the club. Since graduating from Mission Hills in 2016, Ana has landed a spot as the freshman coach at Sage Creek High School, which is a repeat CIF winner for volleyball as well as State Champion. Now she has chosen to continue her volleyball career and play at San Diego Mesa College, where she is studying to be a business major.
As a coach Ana is very calm and patient with her players. She always uses positive reinforcement and encourages the kids she coaches and looks forward to positively impacting all the players that she coaches.
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 a part of the organization!