Ryan  Mitchell
14 Royal Head Coach
Coaching Highlights:
- Bronze medal in 16 Open in 2014
- 5 time state champions with Lovejoy HS
- 2010, 2011 NFHS Coach of the Year
- Finished 3rd in the nation in 14 Open in 2010
- Qualified 12 teams in last 11 years for Junior Nationals
Coaching Philosophy:
I believe in discipline and hard work helping athletes to achieve their goals.  I believe that in addition to teaching the game of volleyball, leadership and character development is critical to a teams’ success.  I believe that creating a family atmosphere and a place where passion for the game is encouraged has been a cornerstone of my teams’ successes.
About Ryan:
This is Ryan’s 5th year with Skyline Juniors but he is in his 15th year of coaching club and high school volleyball.  During his time in club, Ryan has qualified 13 teams for Nationals including his 16 open team in 2014 where they earned Bronze medal and a Bronze medal in Open during the 2009 season. Ryan is currently the Head Coach of Southlake Carroll High School. He was previously the Head Coach of Lovejoy High School whose teams have won the 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, and 2012 State Championships.  In 2008, he was voted Dallas Morning News’ Coach of the Year.  In 2010, his team was voted the #1 Team in Texas in all classifications and won Team of the Year awards by LoneStarVolleyball.com ( http://lonestarvolleyball.com/ ).  In 2010 he was voted as MaxPreps and CBS Sports National High School Coach of the Year.  Before beginning his coaching journey, he was a setter for Dallas Baptist University and graduated in 2001 with a degree in Communications with a minor in English and Biblical studies. He recently completed his Masters Degree from Lamar University in Educational Leadership. He is married to Kaitlin and has two sons Reid (10) and Eli (8). Ryan and Kaitlin are expecting a little girl in November.

Kim  Grizzle
2018 National Black Head Coach
Coaching Highlights:
- 4 year letter winner at Miami University - OH
- 8th Season with Skyline
- Has coached at the Varsity level for 11 years
- Third season at Liberty Christian School
- Top 4 finish at TAPPS state tournament 2013
- Has qualified for Nationals at 14's, 16's and 18's
- Has run 3 marathons including the Boston Marathon
Coaching Philosophy:
“Basic skills are fundamental to the success of players at all levels. Practice is where we work hard to develop skill and strategy. Game time is where those skills and strategy are executed. I have a passion for the game and hope to instill that same passion in my players.“ Yoda: “Do or do not, there is no try.
About Kim:
This will be Kim’s 8th season to coach with Skyline. She has worked with the 14's,15's, 16's, and 18's. Kim has attended the CAP Level 1 and the volleyball conditioning module with USA Volleyball. Kim is in her third season as the Varsity coach at Liberty Christian. She is married and has 4 children. Kim has coached at the varsity level for 10 years and has coached for more 20 years. Kim has coached club with North Texas Juniors and Ignite Volleyball Club, where she coached and was an assistant director. Kim has coached in St. Louis at Westminster Christian School and in Ohio at Preble Shawnee High School. Kim received a full scholarship to Miami University in Oxford, Ohio where she was an outside hitter. She has returned to the university to assist with summer camps. Kim has a Bachelor of Science Degree from Miami. Kim enjoys running and other fitness activities and has competed in three marathons. She has run the Beijing International Marathon in Beijing, China, Grandma’s Marathon in Duluth, MN, and the Boston Marathon.

Alyx  Camacho
14 Molten Royal Head Coach
Coaching Highlights:
- 2016 Girls Junior National Championships Qualifier
- 2016 Qualifier Season - 2 Top 10 Finishes, 1 Top 5 Finish
- 2016 15 and Under Awards - Most Kills, Blocks, Assists, Digs
- 2015 Girl's AAU Championships - Top 15 Finish
- 2 Time Top 15 NCVF Finish with TAMU Men's Volleyball
Coaching Philosophy:
Championships are not only won through gold volleyballs and medals. I am a high energy coach and bring 110% to each and every practice, and the expectation is for athletes to show up the exact same way. My objective for every season is to teach life through volleyball and develop an environment where athletes can thrive mentally and physically. Most importantly, at the end of a season, a tournament, a game, a POINT, did you give it your best effort? Give a Championship Effort. Be a Champion Teammate. Be a Champion.
About Alyx:
Alyx began his volleyball career at Texas A&M as a libero for the Men's Club Volleyball team. After graduating with a Sports Management major in 2012, Alyx went on to coach the Men's team for the 2012 and 2013 season finishing in the Top 15 in the nation both years. In 2014, Alyx moved to Dallas where he began coaching for Skyline Juniors as a coach for 15 Black. This will be Alyx's third year with Skyline.

Josh  Kreuter
14 Molten Black Head Coach
Coaching Highlights:
- Qualified 10 of 13 teams for Nationals
- Qualified 15 Black and 14 Black in Open Nationals
- 5X State Champion Coach (Bishop Lynch High School)
- State Tournament apperance 8 of 9 years
- 14th year with Skyline Juniors
Coaching Philosophy:
“I want to provide athletes with the opportunity to obtain success and to show them how to work and play as one team, and improve their skills on and off the court. I want players to understand that being successful and a winning team can be accomplished without winning the game. If you give 100% you are still a winner and you won your game.”
About Josh:
Josh is entering his 14th year with Skyline and his 9th year as a Head Coach. He has worked many camps as well as been very involved with the coach’s training program with Skyline. Josh is currently coaching at Bishop Lynch High School where he was the Head Coach for the Junior Varsity team for five years and Asst. Varstiy Coach for eight years. During his time at Bishop Lynch he has helped coach the Varsity team to five State Championships and eight trips to the State Tournament. Josh is going into his 12th year with Skyline. In the 2004-2005 seasons, Josh was a Roamer coach with Skyline and served as an assistant coach for the 16 National team. In 2006, He assisted the 14 RoShamBo team to J.O. Olympic Nationals by qualifying at the Big South National Qualifier in the open division and leading them to 22nd place finish in the Nation. In 2007, Josh was the Assistant coach for Skyline’s 15 RoShamBo team where he assisted his team to a 2nd place finish at the Junior Olympics in the American Division and a 5th place finish at AAU Junior Olympic Nationals. In 2008, Josh was the head coach for Skyline 14 National. He helped lead them to a top ten finish in the region. In 2009 Josh was the head coach for 13 Molten that qualified in the highest division for Nationals, 13 Club. In 2010 Josh was the head coach for 17 Molten and lead them to a 4th place finish in the North East National Qualifier. At the USA National Championships in 2010 Josh helped in assisting 17 RoShamBo to an 11th place finish in 17 open. In 2012 Josh was the Head Coach for 14 RoShamBo Black. They competed very well finishing several tournament in the top 10. His team qualified for Junior Olympics in the American division and finished 5th overall. In 2013 Josh was the Head Coach for 13 RoShambo Black and coached them to a top 10 finish in the region and winning the Northern Lights National Qualifier in the American Division. His team went on to finish 5th in the American Division at Junior Olympics. This last season Josh's 15 RoShamBo Black team finished in the top 5 in the Region and qualified in 15 Open for Nationals. For the 14-15 season, Josh was the Head Coach for 14 Black. Again, he went on to win a tournament in Tulsa, OK and finished 2nd in Spokane to qualify his 14 Black team in the Open division for National. This is the 2nd year in a row he has qualified a 2nd team in the highest division for Nationals.

Jenny  Seabaugh Kreuter
14 Molten Black Assistant
Coaching Highlights:
- 12 Black 1st in Nat Div at Pacific Northwest Qualifier 2013
- 18 Black 1st Place at Big South Qualifier 2015
- 14 Black finished top 10 in American at GJNC 2014
- 12 Black finished top 10 in NT Region 2017
- 14 Black qualified in USA division 2016
Coaching Philosophy:
I believe hard work, dedication, and a positive attitude, can overcome any obstacle a player can face. It is my goal to turn these “players” into “athletes”. To teach them how to love the game of volleyball as much as I do by using my experience as both a player and coach. No matter the outcome, the passion to achieve great things will always lead to success.
About Jenny:
Keeping with the family tradition, Jenny has been playing and coaching volleyball for close to 20 years. She grew up playing in PSA leagues through high school at Plano Senior High School and club in college. She is a Skyline Juniors former player and has been coaching for over 11 years and enjoys every season. Jenny has assisted 4 National Black teams, qualifying all for Junior Nationals. This will be her 6th season with Skyline. Currently she is working as a legal assistant for a Family Law firm in Frisco.