Interested applicants should send a letter of intent, resume and up to three letters of recommendation to Athletic Director Don Grable to email@example.com.
O’Dell was previously the assistant women’s coach at UCLA (2010-2013). He is currently the head coach of the Mizuno Long Beach Volleyball Club.
“Mater Dei has such an excellent reputation and I look forward to being surrounded by great students, coaches, teachers and administrators,” O’Dell said in a statement. “My goal for this program is to create an environment for the girls to excel not only in volleyball but also as people
O’Dell played at Penn State (2002-206)
Click on the links below to see this week’s athletes of the week and the O.C. Top 10 rankings for all spring sports:
ATHLETES OF THE WEEK:
Girls scholar-athlete: Megan Gipe, Tesoro, softball
Boys scholar-athlete: Zach Ennis, Beckman, swimming
Baseball: Eddie Carranza, Garden Grove High School
Softball: Mattie Scheele, Los Alamitos High School
Boys track and field: Frank Schnicker, Mission Viejo
Girls track and field: Brenna Barker, Dana Hills
Boys swimming: Slater Goodman, Capistrano Valley High School
Girls swimming: Nicqueline Rettberg, Los Alamitos High School
Boys golf: Cameron Kaneko, Marina High School
Boys tennis: Gage Brymer, University High School
Boys volleyball: Ryan Schickling, San Juan Hills High School
Boys lacrosse: Alexander Waller, St. Margaret’s
Girls lacrosse: Courtney Brown, Tesoro High School
O.C. TOP 10 RANKINGS:
Utah St. coach Grayson DuBose said: “Hannah brings a lot of high level playing to our gym,” DuBose said. “She has been trained by some great coaches, and you can tell she has absorbed this training when you watch her play, as she “sees” the game really well. She also has a high level of character which we always look for in players.”
Erica Moscoso (Capistrano Valley) signed with Utah State in the fall.
Applicants should send a letter of interest, resume and up to three letters of recommendation to Athletic Director Don Grable at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline to submit materials for the position is May 17 at 3 p.m.
More news from the OCVarsity blog:
IRVINE Orange County principals voted during their final re-leaguing meeting Thursday to create a conference out a slightly new-look Century League that adds Yorba Linda.
The eight-school conference will add Yorba Linda to the existing group of Brea, Foothill, Villa Park, El Modena, Esperanza, Canyon and El Dorado. The conference gives the Century the ability to create two separate football leagues, for example, or operate two leagues under the banner of the conference.
South County’s Coast View Athletic Association also features a conference configuration with the South Coast and the Sea View leagues.
Yorba Linda opposed the move and was the only school moved in the county’s re-leaguing recommendation for the 2014-2018 cycle. The recommendation needs to be approved by the CIF-Southern Section council.
The final proposal had a big-time rival today but county leagues appear as if they will remain the same – except for the Century conference.
“Corona del Mar High School is searching for a new Head Girls Volleyball Coach. Interested applicants should send a letter of interest and resume to Athletic Director Don Grable at email@example.com. Additionally, applicants may send up to three letters of recommendation. All information should be submitted by Tuesday, January 22nd, by 3:00 pm.”
More news from the OCVarsity blog:
MVP: Chase Woollett, Foothill, Sr.
CdM senior setter Kelsey Humphreys, who earned first team all-county honors this season, participated in the Under Armour All-American Volleyball Match and Skills Challenge, last week in Louisville, Kentucky.
The match will be televised this Sunday on ESPNU at 10:30 a.m. For complete list of players, click on this link.
Aside from the match, the players competed in a wide-range of competitions to determine Best Server, Best Setter, Best Defender and Hardest Hitter.