Mol-Eli

 
Robin  Hawkins
2016-2017 Molten Head Coach
 
Coaching Highlights:
- 4 year letter winner at Texas Woman's University - OH
- 7th season with Skyline
- Has qualified for Nationals at 18's
Coaching Philosophy:
When approached with the right mindset, volleyball teaches many life skills that can benefit players not only in their athletic careers, but also their academic and professional careers. I believe that anything worth doing is worth doing well and that you should try to enjoy everything youíre doing. Work hard, play harder!
 
About Robin:
Robin was a four-year starting outside hitter for the Texas Womanís University and an all-conference pick for 3 years. Robin received many honors during her collegiate career: 4 year pick for academic all-conference, athletic departmentís Jo Kuhn award for leadership and the athletic departmentís Presidentís Award for Outstanding Athletic and Academic Excellence. I have 13 years of experience coaching both club and summer camps. This is Robin's 7th year with Skyline.
 

 
McKenna  Hisel
2016-2017 Elite Head Coach
 
Coaching Philosophy:
I believe that "I am a Coach because of my passion for the game. I will mold a group of girls to communicate, to be responsible, to hold themselves accountable and to become better players. I believe in providing skills to my girls that ables them to be the best they can be on and off the court while working hard, and having a fun and memorable experience at the same time."
 
About McKenna:
McKenna started playing volleyball in 8th grade. She graduated from North Forney High School where she played on the Varsity team all 4 years and was team captain. McKenna was named to 1st team all district, 2nd team all district, and received the award for Libero of the Year. She received a scholarship to play as a DS/Libero at William Woods University in Missouri where again she served as captain of her team. McKenna graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Sports Management and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.
 

 
Kelsey  Engeldinger
2016-2017 Molten Assistant
 
Coaching Philosophy:
I am a technical, hands on coach who focuses on the fundamentals and perfecting the basics to help mold athletes into the best, most knowledgeable volleyball players they can be.
 
About Kelsey:
Kelsey Engeldinger, has had various mentors to prepare her for coaching volleyball. She grew up in Waco Texas, and currently attends Texas Woman's University as a Chemistry major and a Mathematics minor. She started playing club volleyball at the age of 9, but started learning the game at the age of 7. She lettered all four years of her high school career, and chose to play softball collegiately for a year at Texas Lutheran University.
 

 
Laura  Jackimiec
2016-2017 Molten Assistant
 
Coaching Highlights:
- 13 Molton Royal ranked within top 20% of region 2014
- 13 Open Silver Champion Texas Fest 2014
- 14 Molton Royal with a top 25% ranking in the region in 2014
- 13 Elite First Year Coaching - 2 Gold Bracket finishes
Coaching Philosophy:
I believe in developing each athlete on and off the court, holding each player accountable for their contribution to the team as well as themselves. I believe there is no substitute for hard, focused, effective work. To be successful, I believe each athlete needs to put the team first and make winning an attitude.
 
About Laura:
This will be Lauraís 6th year with Skyline Juniors. Laura graduated from Texas A&M University with a Bachelorís degree in Business Administration and a focus in Management. Before attending Texas A&M, Laura played volleyball year round for Georgetown High School and Georgetown Volleyball Club. She played defensive specialist and outside hitter in high school, helping lead her team to playoffs for the first time in 5 years. Currently, Laura works as the Southern Regional Account Manager for Americaneagle.com, a website development company.
 

 
Tori  Vaulot
2016-2017 Molten Assistant
 
Coaching Highlights:
- 6 years playing at Skyline Juniors
- 3rd year coach at Skyline Juniors
Coaching Philosophy:
"There are no secrets success. It is the result of preparation, hard work, and learning from failure." I truly believe learning from our failures, training our hardest every day, and perseverance are the ingredients for a successful athlete. Instilling confidence into our young athletes is what creates the competitive drive needed in volleyball. Creating a fun and positive learning environment is what makes young athletes yearn for more knowledge of the sport. There is nothing better than seeing that light go off in the mind of a young athlete when they finally get a concept, and I cannot wait to inspire more athletes to continue in the sport I am so passionate about!
 
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Tayler  Malloy
2016-2017 Elite Assistant
 
Coaching Philosophy:
I believe how you practice is how you will play in a game. If you give your effort in practice, you will see the results you are looking for not only on the court but I am a firm believer that the values you learn in the sport will transfer over to your everyday life. Practices need to incorporate game like situations but have a balance of intensity, fun and discipline.
 
About Tayler:
Tayler graduated from Allen High in 2007, where she played on the Varsity volleyball team for 2 years. She decided to continue to play during college at Trinity University for 3 years before a shoulder injury sidelined her for her senior year. After graduating college, Tayler held several different coaching positions at Skyline with all ages (Roamer for 11RO, Assistant for 12Molten Royal, Practice Assistant for 15 Elite, and Head coach for 6th grade summer league team). She is returning to Skyline Juniors after spending last club season as an Assistant coach for 13 Black at Dallas Premier. She is excited to be joining the Skyline family again!
 

 
Matt  Perry
2016-2017 Elite Assistant
 
Coaching Highlights:
- Impact/Safe sport certified
- Silver champions-NTR non-bid
- Silver champions-Unity Star
- Silver Champions-Image Classic
- Silver runner up-MLK
Coaching Philosophy:
If you seek perfection, excellence will be found along the way. Teaching the fundamentals until they become habit create the foundation of great teams. I believe in a positive learning environment with constructive criticism. Lastly, I believe talent that works hard will always defeat talent that will not work.
 
About Matt:
Matt Perry has been a Police Officer for 20 years and currently serves with Garland PD as a detective in the Crimes against Children Unit. Matt has served in SWAT,K9, and supervision and is looking to retire in the near future. Matt finished his Impact certification this year and plans to complete Cap 1 certification by years end. Matt coached rec,competitive, and then club league teams at Dallas Force. Matt played amateur beach volleyball for two years. Matt was the assistant coach for Skyline 11 Elite in 2015-2016 and the team accomplishments included Silver champions in Image Classic, Silver champions in Unity Star, Silver champions in NTR non-bid, Silver runner up in MLK, and three top ten finishes. Matt coached Summer 1 in PVA and his team won the championship. Matt has two daughters that play for Skyline 12 National Royal and Skyline 14 National Royal.