Coach Walter aka Bubba started his volleyball career by playing beach for Baylor University. He also played 3 years as the starting libero for the Baylor Men's Club Volleyball team. Bubba has coached for several different clubs across Texas as well as coaches on the varsity level in the public school system. He is a passionate coach who loves the game and loves to watch players learn, grow, and succeed.
Chuck Spivey is currently a Captain for the Irving Fire Dept. where he has been a firefighter/paramedic for the past 26 years. In the mid 80’s he was a setter for the UTA men’s club volleyball team. After becoming a firefighter, he was the team captain for the Irving Fire Dept volleyball team from 1993-2015 competing in USVBA (the old USAV) as well as Texas Firefighter Summer Games tournaments. He has coached in the local YMCA volleyball program the past 6 years. He has played/coached volleyball for a total of 32 years. His favorite coaching quote is from Vince Lombardi. “The only place success comes before winning is in the dictionary.”
Ericka Reese graduated from Bryan Adams HS in 2012 where she played Varsity Outside Hitter for all 4 years. She received Newcomer of the Year as well as All-District, All-Conference, and Offensive Player of the Year. Ericka then went to play on the collegiate level at Jarvis Christian College. Ericka has been playing volleyball for 10-years and she's coached 3 of the 10 years. Ericka's coaching motto is a quote from Tim Notke, "Hard Work Beats Talent When Talent Doesn't Work Hard".
Faith Davis has played school and club volleyball for the past 7 years. She graduated from Keller Central High School being awarded 1st team all districts as an all around outside hitter. Faith is currently playing at NorthLake College. She has coached summers at Tejas Volleyball Club. Faith's coaching moto is "Every player has a potential with hard work and courage."
Kaycee Morphew graduated from Moore High School in 2013, where she played four years of School Volleyball. She also played four seasons of Club Volleyball in OKRVA on OK Elite (16-1 & 17-1), OK Charge (18-1), and OK Edge (18-1). She continued her playing career at York College then became a Two-Sport College Athlete: Cheering Competitively and Playing Volleyball for Southwestern Christian University! While she was involved in two sports, she also coached at OK Charge Volleyball Club for the 2015-2018 seasons! She recently moved to Fort Worth, Texas after graduating from SCU with a Bachelors of Science in Health, P.E. and Sport Management: focus in Kinesiology. Her favorite saying is a quote from Babe Ruth, “It’s hard to beat someone who never gives up.”
Sierra Morrison played school volleyball for 6 years and club volleyball at Tejas volleyball club for 3 years. She graduated from Haltom High School being awarded MVP 2 years in a row, offensive player of the year, and second Team all district. She played a year at North Central Texas College and she coached for the Watauga Rec. Sierra’s coaching motto is “All things are difficult before they are easy”.
Zachary Shaw has a passion for sports in general. He absolutely love the challenges they bring all around. One thing that he loves more that that is the chance to teach others how to play one. He has been playing volleyball for the past six years anywhere and anytime he can get a chance to. Zach says “My passion used to be for tennis but over the years it has slowly changed to the sport of volleyball.” Knowing that you are dealing with a large group who has to work together He believes that if you put your mind and heart towards something that you love anything is possible! His favorite quote is “be better than what you were yesterday”.
Payton Gidney has been playing indoor and beach volleyball for 7 years. She graduated from Grapevine High School in 2016, where she played outside hitter. Payton currently plays indoor and beach volleyball at Spring Hill College in Mobile, Alabama. Payton has previously coached at Attack and Eagle Mountain volleyball club. Payton’s coaching motto is “To go from good to great, it’s all in the details. Everything matters.”