Mol-Eli

 
Casie   Wofford
2018-2019 Molten Assistant
 
Coaching Highlights:
- Top 100 in the Nation while playing for North Dallas Jrs
Coaching Philosophy:
Progress, not perfection. My goal coaching is to have the girls constantly work hard to consistently improve. I truly believe communication and a strong work ethic is necessary in volleyball. I want to provide the girls the skills and abilities they need in order to play smarter volleyball.
 
About Casie :
Casie has been playing volleyball since she was in 3rd grade. She played on varsity in high school and played club volleyball from 12s to 18s. Her club team, North Dallas Juniors, finished in the top 100 at Nationals. Since then, she has continued playing in recreational indoor volleyball leagues and sand volleyball leagues. Her family has always been very involved in volleyball which is what originally got her into the sport, but she has a love for the game which has kept her involved and inspired her to coach. Last year was her first full year with Skyline. She coached Summer League, Fall League, and was the Assistant Coach for 12 Molten Royal. She is looking forward to coaching with Skyline again and working on developing the girls fundamentals as well as their love of the game.
 

 
Brianna  Ferguson
2018-19 Molten Assistant
 
Coaching Highlights:
- 3rd Place - Northeast National Qualifier 2018 16 American
Coaching Philosophy:
I am a firm believer in encouraging athletes while also pushing, motivating, and inspiring them to consistently give 110% on the court. I also believe it is essential as a coach to train players to first understand and demonstrate basic fundamentals, to communicate, and to set team goals and to collectively and persistently strive to reach them. Most importantly, I want the girls I coach to have fun and develop a true love and passion for the sport.
 
About Brianna:
Brianna graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor's degree in Corporate Communications and a certificate in Business Foundations. Throughout college, she played on intramural teams and also coached several summer leagues for ages 9-17 through a school and the youth association there in Austin. Before college, Brianna played on Varsity in high school as a libero/setter and was the team captain all four years. She was named UIL all-district 12-4A MVP, UIL all-district 12-4A setter MVP, TGCA all-state 4A Academic First Team, and received an award for player of the year. Brianna also played club from 11s to 18s as a libero/DS. Currently, she is working for Deloitte as an Executive Coordinator. Brianna is going into her second year coaching with Skyline. Last season, she was the assistant for 16 MR, where they finished 3rd in the NorthEast Qualifier. She was also an 8th grade Summer League coach. Brianna is looking forward to another great season and is excited to be the assistant for 17 Silver!
 

 
Tonia  Jimenez
2018-2019 Molten Assistant
 
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Kelsey  Engeldinger
2018-2019 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. In the end it is about the love of the game. "Hard work beats talent when talent does not work hard."
 
About Kelsey:
Kelsey Engeldinger has been with Skyline for four years. She grew up in Waco, Texas and is a Texas Woman's University graduate. 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 played club for various Waco club teams starting at the age of 10. Even though she had the opportunity to play volleyball, she chose to play softball on a collegiate level instead.
 

 
Tayler  Spotswood (Malloy)
2018-2019 Molten 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 this sport will transfer over to your everyday life. Practices need to incorporate game like situations but have a balance of intensity, and fun.
 
About Tayler:
Tayler Spotswood has 8 years of coaching experience, and is going into her 6th season with Skyline Juniors Volleyball. Tayler grew up in the Allen area and attended Allen High School. She played Varsity volleyball as a OH/RS for 2 years for Allen and played club volleyball for 5 years throughout middle and high school. From there she went on to play collegiate volleyball in Division III at Trinity University and gave their senior All-American a run for the starting right-side position as a Freshman. Her Sophomore year and Junior year ended up being the best of her playing career. She became the SCAC Player of the Week 3 times and made 1st team All-SCAC in her Sophomore season. In her Junior year, she made the All-Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Academic Honor Role and the team made it far in playoffs, all the way to the Final 8 in Division III. Unfortunately, after that season her arm was not able to withstand collegiate play anymore so she wasn’t able to participate in her Senior season with the team. She currently is 6th All-time at Trinity in Season Hitting Percentage (2008 Hit .365) and 21st All-time for Career Hitting Percentage (2007-2010 Hitting .271). Upon graduation in May ’11, she started coaching club volleyball. Over the course of these 6 years she has been the Assistant coach for 15 Elite twice, 12 Molten Royal once, 14 Molten Royal once, and Roamer for 11 Royal one season. She is looking forward to going back down to the younger age group to coach at 12s again. Her most recent season of coaching with 14 Molten Royal, they finished 3rd at the Northeast qualifier just barely missing a Nationals Bid. Currently, Tayler is in her first season as the Varsity Assistant at Legacy Christian Academy, is a Realtor in the DFW Metroplex and recently just got married to her husband, Brent. She has a huge passion for volleyball and the sport has become a family affair. Her little sister, Andie Malloy- A Skyline Legacy, is playing professionally overseas and her father, Bob Malloy, is now an assistant coach here at Skyline as well!
 

 
Bob  Malloy
2018-2019 Molten Assistant
 
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Marissa  Moore
2018-2019 Molten Assistant
 
Coaching Highlights:
- Impact/Safe Sport certified
- TASO & NTR certified Official
- 2nd Year with Skyline Juniors
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