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Men's Volleyball Roster First Team All-Monroe County earned First Team All-Greater Rochester honors senior year played in Rochester vs. Marilyn was a 4 year varsity starter at Victor High School. She has been MVP, player of the year, All Greater Rochester, and All State. After graduating in Meet the Section V athletes who make up this year's All-Greater Rochester team.

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12 years 2 months ago#by Bravesfan08

Who do you guys think will get AGR this year? (first and second teams)

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12 years 1 month ago#by Bravesfan08

Nobody has anythinghaha. I will throw out that I think Katie Sattora from Avon deserves strong consideration. I know its small schools, but she carried her team to the semi finals, and if you look at the section v leaderboards she is all over the place. She is in my opinion the best small school player in Section V.

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12 years 1 month ago#by sportsfan10

definitely a great player! definitely deserving of awards!but to say she "carried" her team to the semi-finals? Great setter (also all over the section v leader boards), strong team around her - each having their great games, and many players with alot of heart that came through in clutch situations - they ALL worked hard to get to the semis.

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12 years 1 month ago#by Bravesfan08

Listen, I don't want to upset you (especially if you are an Avon parent which it sounds like). I know every girl on that team worked hard to get to where they got, and as a hitter Sattora needed good players to get her the ball. But just looking at that team, she led them in almost every catergory (except for probably assists and blocks), she was one of the captains and that heart and soul of that team. On top of all that she barely came off the floor. These are all facts, and IMO that means she carried the team, for you that may mean something different which is fine.

Anybody else have AGR suggestions???

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12 years 1 month ago#by sportsfan10
Definitely a fact that she is a great player and leader and should be considered for AGR - I guess the term "carried" implied something different to me than what you may have meant. Not trying to any kudos away from her - she definitely is a big part (if not the biggest part) of their success and didn't mean to upset you either (especially if you are an Avon "person")[:D]
Let's hope she gets the recognition she deserves and the Braves go even farther in !!

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12 years 1 month ago#by Justadad

No doubt KS is a top player.

Tough choices with so many talented players. Coaches will have the best view on this since they’ve seen many teams throughout the season. Still not sure how coaches vote (or maybe don’t vote) for players that they may not have faced during the year. Coaches??

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12 years 1 month ago#by Bravesfan08
<blockquote id="quote"><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id="quote">quote:<hr height="1" noshade id="quote"><i>Originally posted by sportsfan10</i>

Definitely a fact that she is a great player and leader and should be considered for AGR - I guess the term "carried" implied something different to me than what you may have meant. Not trying to any kudos away from her - she definitely is a big part (if not the biggest part) of their success and didn't mean to upset you either (especially if you are an Avon "person")[:D]
Let's hope she gets the recognition she deserves and the Braves go even farther in !!
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I'm with you thereLets go Braves! haha

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12 years 1 month ago#by hoser

<blockquote id="quote"><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id="quote">quote:<hr height="1" noshade id="quote"><i>Originally posted by Justadad</i>

No doubt KS is a top player.

Tough choices with so many talented players. Coaches will have the best view on this since they’ve seen many teams throughout the season. Still not sure how coaches vote (or maybe don’t vote) for players that they may not have faced during the year. <b>Coaches??</b>


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12 years 1 month ago#by avidfan

Katie Sattora aside, any other small school thoughts for AGR???

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12 years 1 month ago#by avidfan

Alsocan anyone tell me the DDD and DD all stars?

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12 years 1 month ago#by breeduma

DD: MVP Whitney Miller, Falyn Sweet, Lindsey Tyler (Cuba Rushford); Alex Hill, Tera Tolentino (HAC); Conley Gayton (Perry)
Molly Winer (York)

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12 years 1 month ago#by LYCoach

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Lakrisa Currington, Lyons
Ryenn Smith, Lyons
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Women’s Volleyball team gets new coach

The 45th season of Keuka College Women’s Volleyball will begin with a new leader on the bench as the Keuka College Department of Athletics named Quinn Wright as the new Women’s Volleyball Head Coach.

Quinn comes to Keuka College following a two-year stint as the Club Director of VolleyFX Volleyball Club in Rochester. There, he managed all aspects of VolleyFX operations, which fields 25 teams ages He aided with the management and training of the coaching staffs and helped coordinate fundraising efforts for the club. Quinn also led an initiative to bring beach volleyball to VolleyFX for the first time in program history.

Prior to his time at VolleyFX, Quinn spent seven years in the collegiate ranks coaching. In , he led Finger Lakes Community College in Canandaigua, where he posted a record while taking the team to both the Mid-State Athletic Conference and NJCAA Region III Tournaments.

His collegiate experience began as an undergraduate at Allegheny College. Quinn was the setting setter for the Gators club volleyball team. While at Allegheny, he worked as a student assistant with the women’s program, assisting the coaching staff in-season and leading skill sessions during the off-season. After earning his bachelor’s degree in history with a minor in religious studies, Quinn remained on staff at Allegheny College as an assistant volleyball coach.

A Penfield native, Quinn helped lead his high school team to a pair of Section V championships. He was also named All-Greater Rochester by the Democrat and Chronicle following his senior season of While working at Allegheny College, Quinn continued his education, earning a Master’s in Sports Management from Drexel University in

Quinn and the Keuka College Women’s Volleyball team will begin their season on their home floor in the Keuka College Invitational. The Wolves will host Hilbert College and Union College on Friday, Aug. They will then take on Rowan University and Lasell College on Saturday, Aug. 31 to complete the tournament.

 

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Coaching Philosophy

Paradigm Volleyball believes in the philosophy of collaborative coaching. Paradigm will incorporate various area coaches and college players to help develop and teach the individual and team skills needed to see success on and off the court.

Each Paradigm coach brings a unique amount of game play and coaching experience to practices and tournaments. It is these varying experience levels and unique backgrounds that will allow our players to develop comprehensive volleyball skill sets.


REVOLUTION 18s
CJ Denk

Club Director
Head Coach 

CJ has coached at the college, high school and club level for the past 18 years. After volunteering his time for two seasons at Nazareth College, CJ was named Associate Head Coach at Daemen College in Buffalo, NY. In his 2 seasons at Daemen, the Wildcats won 2 American Mideast Conference North Division Championships compiling an overall record of CJ began coaching at the USA Volleyball club level starting in CJ coached at every age level from 14s - 18s. CJ and Megan Denk started Paradigm Volleyball in September of to help grow volleyball in the Rochester and surrounding areas. Currently, CJ gives private lessons, runs Paradigm Summer Camps, runs the NOVA Junior Beach Tour and is the Varsity Volleyball Head Coach at Our Lady of Mercy School for Young Women. CJ is also the Head Coach for the IREVA Men's Professional PVL team which placed 6th at the Premier Volleyball League National Championships in CJ continues to play competitively indoors and on the beach.

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Haley Short
Assistant Coach
Haley is starting her first season as a coach here at Paradigm but comes to us with valuable experience in both playing and coaching volleyball.  She was the head coach for the Niagara Frontier Volleyball Club (NFVB) team back in as well as assistant coach for the team in She was also a volunteer assistant coach for the Williamsville North High School Girls Volleyball team in and the Heim Middle School head coach  in

As a player, Haley 5 year varsity starter for the Williamsville North High School team from thru   She was team captain in and   She received the following accolades with Williamsville:

  • Erie County All Player Team 1,
  • Erie County Scholar Athlete,
  • Channel Seven Athlete of the Week,
  • Erie County All Player Team 2, ,
  • Frontier Tournament All-Tournament Team,
  • Over career digs, school record

Haley also played her club volleyball with NFVB from to and was part of a Nationals Qualifying team in , , and

 

Laura Edwards
Assistant Coach
Laura is starting her third season as a coach here at Paradigm. She was the assistant coach on the Rebellion 16s during the  last years  Paradigm season.  She previously coached for 13 years at Xtreme Volleyball Club, with the most recent 5 years focused at the or levels.  She was also the Bloomfield Varsity Girls Head Coach for 2 years until she left to take care of her recently born son due to his illness.  

Laura player her high school volleyball locally at Canandaigua High School, winning 2 Section V titles during her high school career.  She played for Xtreme VBC for 5 years during her high school years  She went on to start her college volleyball career at Nazareth College as a right side hitter but suffered a severe knee injury that ended her college volleyball playing days after only one year.  

 

 

Resist 18-2s 
Julia Coryell
Head Coach

This will be Julia's second year with Paradigm.  Julia is currently entering her 3rd season as the Midlakes High School Girls Varsity Volleyball head coach.   She came to Midlakes after playing her college career for Keuka College.  Julia also played for Midlakes during her high school career with a highlight of being named to the Section V Class B 1st team All Star team.  She also played her club volleyball at Xtreme Volleyball club during her high school years.

While in college at Keuka, Julia was Assistant Club Director and coach for Keuka Lake VBC for 3 years.  She proceeded to become a club coach at Xtreme Volleyball after graduating from Keuka until Xtreme disbanded in    She coached for RAVE Volleyball Club during last years club season.

 

Jake Gleason
Assistant Coach

Jake currently serves as the Pittsford Sutherland High School Girls Junior Varsity volleyball coach in his second season and assists on the varsity team with Coach Taylor Rivera.  Jake was a 5 year varsity volleyball starter for Frontier HS in Buffalo.  During his tenure they made 4 sectional appearances, winning 2 Section VI titles.  He was named to the WNY All Start team 3 times and holds the record for assists in a game and career assists for Fronter HS. He played college volleyball for 3 years at Nazateth College and 1 year for Universidad Catolica De Valencia in Spain.

 

Anna Cosh
Assistant Coach

Anna was a 4 year varsity starting setter at Midlakes High School leading the Girl's Varsity team to the program's first sectional title in earning FL East and All Greater Rochester recognition. After graduating in , Anna continued her career playing at Division III Houghton College where she amassed over assists and earned various E8 and NCCAA honors. Shortly after graduating in with a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Anna started her coaching career staying with the Highlander's as the Women's Assistant Coach for the season. At the close of the season, Anna moved back to the Finger Lakes region after accepting a marketing job offer and continues to coach at Midlakes High School as the Girl's Varsity Assistant. This will be Anna's first season with Paradigm.

 

 

REVOLT 17s
Mark Robinson
Head Coach 

Mark joins us for his 4th year here at Paradigm.  He has nearly 30 years of volleyball coaching experience in both high school, college and club volleyball for girls, boys, womens and mens teams.  Mark became the head coach of Bloomfield Girst Varsity Volleyball in when he and his wife Kathy re-started the program in   He has 20 seasons as head coach in Section V, 17 of which at Bloomfield, with 12 League Titles, 5 Section V Titles, NYS runner-up and NYS champions during his tenure.   He had over wins and 8 League Coach of the Year awards.

Mark was also an assistant coach for 3 seasons at the college level, one JUCO regional championship, one ACAA conference championship and one NAC conference runner-up during that time. 

He and Kathy also coordinated with a group of parents from Bloomfield and the surrounding Ontario and Monroe County area to start Xtreme Volleyball Club, Inc in   He was their Elite 17s and 18s coach for 18 seasons.  He also held the role of Director of Players and Coaches for 17 years and Club Director for 2 years.

Mark and  Kathy's daughter Peyton played for Bloomfield HS, becoming a 1st team All-State setter.  She was 3rd team Academic All-American at SUNY Canton, where she graduated as the all time assists leader.  She as also named Female Co-Athlete of the year.

Their son Trevor is attending Tompkins Cortland Community College and is a starting pitcher on the school's baseball team.

 

Taylor Rivera (formerly Melidona)
Assistant Coach

Taylor has been with Pardigm for 5 seasons.  She is currently the Pittsford Sutherland Girls Varsity Volleyball Head Coach and has been for the last 2 seasons.  She previously coached the Paradigm 15s team for two years before taking last year off to focus on her wedding.
In high school she was a 3 year varsity athlete on West Irondequoit's volleyball team, which included a state championship title. She competed as an attacker, in the outside and opposite positions.
After graduating she competed at California University of Pennsylvania, where she specialized as a DS/libero. Her time at CalU lead to 2 conference titles and making it to the Sweet 16 in the NCAA tournament for Division II for 4 consecutive years.
Both on and off the court she was recognized as a leader being named captain at various points in her career, in both high school and college. She also represented her conference, her junior year of college, at the NCAA DII annual leadership conference in Indianapolis.
Her collegiate career also lead to a knowledge base in power lifting, along with other strength and conditioning techniques.
Her coaching experience includes summer camps at CalU and coaching at California Area Middle School.

 

Jes Marini
Assistant Coach

Jes was a 2-year varsity player at Pittsford Sutherland High School, winning the state championship her junior and senior year. At the State tournament she was selected and awarded the Sportsmanship Award representing her team. She played for several different clubs throughout high school before playing for Paradigm her senior year.  She has played both a setter and defensive specialist.  She also played high school and AAU softball for the Rochester Revenge.

After graduating in , Jes continued her career playing at SUNY Brockport, where she was a part of the SUNYAC Champion team. In she transferred to Monroe Community College and became the starting setter.  She received multiple awards: Athlete of the Week, Cara Bryant All-Tournament Team, Western New York Athletic Conference- All Conference Team, and NJCAA Academic Third Team. She graduated from MCC in May She currently attends Brockport and will be graduating in May with a degree in Business Administration.

She has been coaching with Paradigm since January She has been the 15’s assistant for the last two seasons. She also works the summer camps at Paradigm.

 

Kathy Robinson
Assistant Coach

 


REBELLION 16s

Steve Pike
Head Coach 

Steve was named the women's head volleyball coach at The College at Brockport in April of In Brockport finished in the top four in the conference and went to the SUNYAC Semi-Finals for the first time since   The improvement from last(tenth) to fourth in the conference regular season was the biggest jump in one year in SUNYAC Volleyball History. In , Brockport was and undefeated in conference regular season. Brockport won the Conference championship for the first time in 21 years. Brockport won its NCAA first round match. He was named SUNYAC Coach of the Year and AVCA Northeast Region Coach of the Year. For the previous twelve, years he was the head coach at SUNY Potsdam. During his time at Potsdam, the program was the most successful program on campus. He was named SUNYAC Coach of the Year in His teams qualified for the postseason tournament in six of those seasons, making it to the ECAC finals once for the first time in school history. He has coached the conference rookie of the year twice. In , he took his team to Costa Rica which was the first international trip for volleyball in school history.

Steve is blessed with his wife Heather, children: Nicholas, Brynn and Griffin.

 

Lori White
Assistant Coach

Lori White played collegiality at Edinboro University for four years where her team won two PAC State championships and Two Regional Championships. Upon returning from college Lori played on the Womens Open Western NY Empire B Team for 3 years. She has coached at the Varsity high level for 13 years in the Rochester City School District and is currently coaching JV Volleyball at Spencerport High School.
 

Nicole Rivera
Assistant Coach
 


 


RUCKUS 15s
Marilyn Glamack
Head Coach

Marilyn was a 4 year varsity starter at Victor High School. She has been MVP, player of the year, All Greater Rochester, and All State. After graduating in , Marilyn continued her career playing Division II volleyball at the College of Saint Rose in Albany, where she also earned MVP honors. After graduating college in with a Bachelor's degree in Spanish, Marilyn started her coaching career. She currently competes in adult tournaments throughout the year and plays beach volleyball all summer.

Mar started coaching at Mercy High School, doing modified for 2 years. After that, she took over JV for 2 seasons and is currently their JV coach. Marilyn assisted Paradigm 18's her first year, then head coached Paradigm 15's for 2. This past year she lived in California and coached for Momentous Volleyball Club out of Irvine.
 

Mike Harnden
Head Coach
Mike was previously the head coach of the girls varsity team at Aquinas High School.  This year he was named head coach of the Hilton Varsity Girls Volleyball team.  Mike has coached the last 2 seasons with Paradigm as head coach of the Uprising 12s and Rampage 13s.

 

Kailey Falk
Assistant Coach 

Kailey is a graduate of SUNY Fredonia where she played for the last 4 years.  Prior to that Kaily was a varsity starter for the Our Lade of Mercy HS volleyball team with Coach Denk.

 

 

 

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Aimee Spillman
Head Coach

Aime joins us for her first year as a Paradigm head coach.  She previouly was an assistant coach for two seasons.  She is a graduate from the SUNY Brockport, where she played as a libero/defensive specialist for the volleyball team during her 4 year college career there.  She also was an Assistant Coach for the Siena College volleyball team during the season.   She player her high school volleyball at Columbia High School, were she earned Suburban Council First Team Allstar during her senior year.

 

Alyse Wenzel
Assistant Coach

Alyse is a graduate from the University of Hartford, where she played as a middle blocker for the volleyball team during her 4 year college career there.  She was also a four-year letterwinner in volleyball at Hilton High School, having being named to All Greater Rochester her senior year.

 

Mandy Napierala
Assistant Coach

Mandy is a recent  graduate from the College of Charleston, where she played as a middle blocker for the indoor volleyball team ( - seasons) as well as the beach volleyball team ( seasons) during her college career there. She had started her collegiate career at Radford University ( - ) then transferred to College of Charleston to pursue a new major. She played her high school volleyball at West Irondequoit High School, having being named All-County First Team and All Tournament Team as well as team MVP her senior year ().  

 

Rampage 13s

Brooke Prieston
Head Coach

 

Megan Pasquantonio
Assistant Coach

 

 

Uprising 12s

Rebecca Anderson
Head Coach

Todd Howe
Assistant Coach

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Meet the All-Greater Rochester Girls Volleyball Team

Meet the All-Greater Rochester Girls Volleyball Team

Meet the All-Greater Rochester girls volleyball team as determined by a vote and input from coaches and administrators across Section V. Player of the year Year: Junior Parents: Candi and Rob Werkmeister Key accomplishments: 79 aces, kills with a hitting percentage. Future plans: I have not decided yet. Year: Sophomore Parents: Cathleen and Bruce Bell Key

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Meet the All-Greater Rochester Boys Volleyball Team

The All-Greater Rochester teams were selected by the votes of coaches with input from Democrat and Chronicle and Daily Messenger Post sportswriters.

Andrew Ludwig

Year: Senior

Parents: Neal and Gina Ludwig 

Position: Outside

Key accomplishment: Hitting % in the Section V final.

Future plans: Pursue engineering and volleyball in college.

Why he is Player of the Year: Ludwig made his case for AGR boys volleyball Player of the Year all season long, but the Penfield outside hitter had quite the postseason. He registered 12 kills and four blocks to help his two-time Section V champion win the New York State championship match.

Bryce Ceravolo

Year: Senior

Parents: Shelley and Jay Ceravolo 

Position: Setter

Key accomplishment: Registered assists.

Future plans: Attend a two- or four-year college.

Rohan Chitre

Year: Senior

Parents: Mona and Amit Chitre 

Position: Setter

Key accomplishment: Had over assists this season.

Future plans: Still deciding between University of Michigan, University of Pittsburgh, Cornell University and Penn State.

Carter Dittman

Year: Senior

Parent: Paige Dittman  

Position: Outside hitter

Key accomplishment: Beating McQuaid in the Section V quarterfinals.

Future plans: Playing volleyball at Penn State University.

Luke Hofer

Year: Senior

Parents: Christina Hofer-Ingalls and Terrence Hofer 

Position: Libero

Key accomplishments: Led McQuaid in digs, aces, and passer rating; New York State champion; League all-star.

Future plans: Study business administration and play collegiate volleyball.

Casey Jackson

Year: Senior

Parents: Lisa and Robert Jackson 

Position: Outside hitter/Libero

Key accomplishments: Hitting and 5 aces in regionals vs. West Seneca West.

Future plans: Undecided.

Alex Kagoro

Year: Senior

Parents: Erin and Thomas Kagoro 

Position: Outside hitter

Key accomplishment:  kills this season.

Future plans: Play volleyball and study engineering at Messiah University.

Will Kirchhoff

Year: Senior

Parents: Kristin Hoogland and Sean Kirchhoff 

Position: Middle Hitter/Opposite Hitter

Key accomplishments:  kills, 50 kill blocks, 34 aces.

Future plans: Study sports management and play college volleyball.

Sam Lane

Year: Senior

Parents: Molly and Greg Lane 

Position: Middle/outside Hitter

Key accomplishments:  kills, passer rating.

Future plans: Attend Saint Francis University to play Division I volleyball.

Dylan McFadden

Year: Senior

Parents: Brianne and Chad McFadden 

Position: Outside

Key accomplishment: Hit  kills throughout his high school career (not including tournaments).

Future plans: Undecided.

Liam Northrup

Year: Senior

Parents: Arlene and Brian Northrup 

Position: Middle

Key accomplishments: Had 12 kills in the Section V quarterfinals,  kills on the season and 30 kills through sectionals. Also made it to section final versus Spencerport.

Future plans: I plan on continuing my education and athletics in college through pursuing computer engineering and NCAA volleyball at the Division III level.

Parker Schoenl

Year: Junior

Parents: Laura and Darrell Schoenl 

Position: Outside hitter/setter

Key accomplishments: Had kills, 48 aces and digs while playing in his secondary position this season.

Future plans: I hope to play volleyball in college while pursuing a degree in science.

Ethan Williams

Year: Senior

Parents: Jacquelyn and David Williams  

Position: Outside hitter/Libero

Key accomplishment: Registered 57 aces this season.

Future plans: I plan to earn a degree in computer science and play volleyball.

Aaron Austin

Profession: Rochester City School District - Teacher

Varsity coaching experience: Spencerport present: Club coach/club director with Hot Shots Juniors (five years) and Pace Bootlegger (10+ years); Nazareth Men’s Volleyball graduate assistant SUNY Fredonia woman’s assistant coach

Family: Wife (Elyse), Daughter (Brenna, son (Trevor), brother (Andy) son Eric won state title with Penfield, sister (Wendy), father (Dale) assistant coach, mother (Donna).

Mike Fusare

Profession: Physical Education Teacher

Varsity coaching experience: Penfield High school Varsity boys present, Penfield Varsity girls

Family:  Christine (wife), sons Joseph and Jacob.

Ethan Bond (Midlakes)

Alan Bouwens (Sodus)

Ben Comeau (Brighton)

Robert Evangelista (McQuaid)

Noah Gibson (Irondequoit)

Parker Jackson (Penfield)

Vincent Lucyszyn (Gates)

Rodney Nunnally (World of Inquiry)

Callan Reddington (World of Inquiry)

Nolan Sears (North Rose-Wolcott)

Aedan Vanegas (Spencerport)

Will Van Wyk (Pavilion)

Zachary Zian (Webster)

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Meet the All-Greater Rochester Girls Volleyball Team

The All-Greater Rochester teams were selected by the votes of coaches with input from Democrat and Chronicle and Daily Messenger Post sportswriters.

Emma Werkmeister

Year: Senior

Parents: Candi and Rob Werkmeister 

Position: Outside hitter

Key accomplishments: I am most proud of finishing our team's goal of leaving on top, being the No. 1 team in New York State and ending my career as a state champion. I am also honored to have been named MVP at that same tournament. Another number I am proud of is the number three, as I feel it has been an extreme blessing to have been surrounded by great players and an amazing coach, enabling me to be named the first-ever three-time AGR Girls Volleyball Player of the Year.

Future plans: University of Connecticut 

Why she is Player of the Year: It's not a secret as to why Werkmeister is the first three-time AGR Girls Volleyball Player of the Year. The senior outside hitter was instrumental in Victor's state championship run. The New York State kills leader was named MVP of the NYS Class AA Tournament after putting down 31 kills.

Nicole Bell

Year: Junior

Parents: Cate and Bruce Bell 

Position: Outside hitter

Key accomplishments:  overall season record and aces.

Future plans: Undecided.

Rylee Bergeron

Year: Senior

Parents: Jennifer and Brian Bergeron 

Position: Outside hitter

Key accomplishment: Averaged digs per set.

Future plans: I will be playing volleyball and studying Computer Science at Hamilton College.

Jaelyn Bickom

Year: Senior

Parents: Jamie and Nathan Bickom 

Position: Outside hitter

Key accomplishment: Registered kills.

Future plans: Undecided.

Tori Colosimo

Year: Junior

Parents: Amy and Marcus Colosimo  

Position: Setter

Key accomplishments: Had aces and assists.

Future plans: I hope to study to become a physicians assistant while playing volleyball in college.

Allie Ingles

Year: Junior

Parents: Shannon and Tom Ingles 

Position: Outside hitter

Key accomplishment: Registered kills.

Future plans: Study pharmaceutical sciences at an undecided college.

Alex McKenzie

Year: Senior

Parents: Juliet and Reece McKenzie 

Position: Outside Hitter

Key accomplishment: Had kills in the season.

Future plans: Undecided, but planning on playing collegiate volleyball and majoring in economics.

Adeline Milligan

Year: Senior

Parents: Liz and Rob Milligan 

Position: Outside hitter

Key accomplishment: Winning 75 straight sets leading into the state final four.

Future plans: Attend college for medical imaging and continue playing volleyball.

Erin Mueller

Year: Sophomore

Parents: Debbie and Jeff Mueller 

Position: Libero

Key accomplishments: I have played a different position each of my three years on varsity — outside hitter, setter and libero.

Future plans: I plan to continue playing club volleyball and hope to play volleyball in college somewhere in the Northeast to possibly study physical therapy.

Helen Qian

Year: Senior

Parents: Mingchao Zhang and Jay Qian 

Position: Middle hitter

Key accomplishments: Led NYS in hitting percentage (), NYS champion, Section V Class AA all-star team in and , AVCA High School Third Team All-America, unweighted GPA of

Future plans: I plan on going to Williams College to play volleyball and study computer science.

Alyssa Rich

Year: Senior

Parents: Jaime and Matt Rich 

Position: Libero

Key accomplishments: Had digs and broke the school record for most digs in a season.

Future plans: I want to study business but I am undecided on school.

Emma Schumaker

Year: Junior

Parents: Erin and Matthew Schumaker 

Position: Outside hitter

Key accomplishments: Had kills and a  hitting percentage.

Future plans: Study psychology at a four-year college or university.

Cassie Thayse

Year: Senior

Parents: Destree and Andrew Rickard 

Position: Outside Hitter

Key accomplishment:  kills.

Future plans: Play Division I beach volleyball at Georgia State University.

Matt Glover

Profession: 2nd grade Teacher RCSD

Varsity coaching experience: Penfield /Pittsford Sutherland /Victor

Family: Meghan Glover (wife), stepdaughters Mirra and Maci.

Kayla Anstett (Hilton)

Meghan Clifford (Fairport)

Rowan Considine (Honeoye Falls-Lima)

Catriona Hoelperl (Aquinas)

Lauren Kingsley (Pavilion)

Ryan Kotalik (Pittsford Sutherland)

Julia Melnik (Gananda)

Megan Sanford (Campbell-Savona)

Sam Sawyer (Alexander)

Olivia Sheehan (Irondequoit)

Brooklyn Stisser (Wellsville)

Morgan Verbridge (Lyons)

Tori Walker (Attica)

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Women’s Volleyball team gets new coach

The 45th season all greater rochester volleyball Keuka College Women’s Volleyball will begin with a all greater rochester volleyball leader on the bench as the Keuka College Department of Athletics named Quinn Wright as the new Women’s Volleyball Head Coach.

Quinn comes to Keuka College following a two-year stint as the Club Director of VolleyFX Volleyball Club in Rochester. There, he managed all aspects of VolleyFX operations, all greater rochester volleyball, which fields 25 teams ages He aided with the management and training of the coaching staffs and helped coordinate fundraising efforts for the club. Quinn also led an initiative to bring beach volleyball to VolleyFX for the first time in program history.

Prior to his time at VolleyFX, Quinn spent seven years in the collegiate ranks coaching. Inhe led Finger Lakes Community College in Canandaigua, where he posted a record while taking the team to both the Mid-State Athletic Conference and NJCAA Region III Tournaments.

His collegiate experience began as an undergraduate at Allegheny College. Quinn was the setting setter for the Gators club volleyball team. While at Allegheny, he worked as a student assistant with the women’s program, assisting the coaching staff in-season and leading skill sessions during the off-season. After earning his bachelor’s degree in history with a minor in religious studies, all greater rochester volleyball, Quinn remained on staff at Allegheny College as an assistant volleyball coach.

A Penfield native, Quinn helped lead his high school team to a pair of Section V championships. He was also named All-Greater Rochester lib tech t rice pro c2btx hp snowboard 2013 the Democrat and Chronicle following his senior season of While working at Allegheny College, all greater rochester volleyball, Quinn continued his education, earning a Master’s in Sports Management from Drexel University in

Quinn and the Keuka College Women’s Volleyball team will begin their season on their home floor in the Keuka College Invitational. The Wolves will host Hilbert College and Union College on Friday, Aug. They will then take on Rowan University and Lasell College on Saturday, all greater rochester volleyball, Aug. 31 to complete the tournament.

 

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Meet the All-Greater Rochester Girls Volleyball Team

The All-Greater Rochester teams were selected by the votes of coaches with input copperwood fence Democrat and Chronicle and Daily Messenger Post sportswriters.

Emma Werkmeister

Year: Senior

Parents: Candi and Rob Werkmeister 

Position: Outside hitter

Key accomplishments: I am most proud of finishing our team's goal of leaving on top, all greater rochester volleyball, being the No, all greater rochester volleyball. 1 team in New York State and ending my career all greater rochester volleyball a state champion. I am also honored to have been named MVP at that same tournament, all greater rochester volleyball. Another number I am proud of is the number three, as I feel it has been an extreme blessing to have been surrounded by great players and an amazing coach, all greater rochester volleyball, enabling me to be named the first-ever three-time AGR Girls Volleyball Player of the Year.

Future plans: University of Connecticut 

Why she is Player of the Year: It's not a secret as to why Werkmeister is the first three-time AGR Girls Volleyball Player of the Year. The senior outside hitter was instrumental in Victor's state championship run. The New York State kills leader was named MVP of the NYS Class AA Tournament after putting down 31 kills.

Nicole Bell

Year: Junior

Parents: Cate and Bruce Bell 

Position: Outside hitter

Key accomplishments:  overall season record and aces.

Future plans: Undecided.

Rylee Bergeron

Year: Senior

Parents: Jennifer and Brian Bergeron 

Position: Outside hitter

Key accomplishment: Averaged digs per set.

Future plans: I will be playing volleyball and studying Computer Science at Hamilton College.

Jaelyn Bickom

Year: Senior

Parents: Jamie and Nathan Bickom 

Position: Outside hitter

Key accomplishment: Registered kills.

Future plans: Undecided.

Tori Colosimo

Year: Junior

Parents: Amy and Marcus Colosimo  

Position: Setter

Key accomplishments: Had aces and assists.

Future plans: I hope to study to become all greater rochester volleyball physicians assistant while all greater rochester volleyball volleyball in college.

Allie Ingles

Year: Junior

Parents: Shannon and Tom Ingles 

Position: Outside hitter

Key accomplishment: Registered kills.

Future plans: Study pharmaceutical sciences at an undecided college.

Alex McKenzie

Year: Senior

Parents: Juliet and Reece McKenzie 

Position: Outside Hitter

Key accomplishment: Had kills in the season.

Future plans: Undecided, but all greater rochester volleyball on playing collegiate volleyball and majoring in economics.

Adeline Milligan

Year: Senior

Parents: Liz and Rob Milligan 

Position: Outside hitter

Key accomplishment: Winning 75 straight sets leading into the state final four.

Future plans: Attend college for medical imaging and continue playing volleyball.

Erin Mueller

Year: Sophomore

Parents: Debbie and Jeff Mueller 

Position: Libero

Key accomplishments: I have played a different position each of my three years on varsity — outside hitter, all greater rochester volleyball, setter and libero.

Future plans: I plan to continue playing club volleyball and hope to play volleyball in college somewhere in the Northeast to possibly study physical therapy.

Helen Qian

Year: Senior

Parents: Mingchao Zhang and Jay Qian 

Position: Middle hitter

Key accomplishments: Led NYS in hitting percentage (), NYS champion, Section V Class AA all-star team in andAVCA High School Third Team All-America, unweighted GPA of

Future plans: I plan on going to Williams College to play volleyball and study computer science.

Alyssa Rich

Year: Senior

Parents: Jaime and Matt Rich 

Position: Libero

Key accomplishments: Had digs and broke the school record for most digs in a season.

Future plans: I want to study business but I am undecided on school.

Emma Schumaker

Year: Junior

Parents: Erin and Matthew Schumaker 

Position: Outside hitter

Key accomplishments: Had kills and a  hitting percentage.

Future plans: Study psychology at a four-year college or university.

Cassie Thayse

Year: Senior

Parents: Destree and Andrew Rickard 

Position: Outside Hitter

Key accomplishment:  kills.

Future plans: Play Division I beach volleyball at Georgia State University.

Matt Glover

Profession: 2nd all greater rochester volleyball Teacher RCSD

Varsity coaching experience: Penfield /Pittsford Sutherland /Victor

Family: Meghan Glover (wife), stepdaughters Mirra and Maci.

Kayla Anstett (Hilton)

Meghan Clifford (Fairport)

Rowan Considine (Honeoye Falls-Lima)

Catriona Hoelperl (Aquinas)

Lauren Kingsley (Pavilion)

Ryan Kotalik (Pittsford Sutherland)

Julia Melnik (Gananda)

Megan Sanford (Campbell-Savona)

Sam Sawyer (Alexander)

Olivia Sheehan (Irondequoit)

Brooklyn Stisser (Wellsville)

Morgan Verbridge (Lyons)

Tori Walker (Attica)

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 Coaches


Coaching Philosophy

Paradigm Volleyball believes in the philosophy of collaborative coaching. Paradigm will incorporate various area coaches and college players to help develop and teach the individual and team skills needed to see success on and off the court.

Each Paradigm coach brings a unique amount of game play and coaching experience to practices and tournaments. It is these varying experience levels and unique backgrounds that will allow our players to develop comprehensive volleyball skill sets.


REVOLUTION 18s
CJ Denk

Club Director
Head Coach 

CJ has coached at the college, high school and club level for the past 18 years. After volunteering his time for two seasons at Nazareth College, CJ was named Associate Head Coach at Daemen College in Buffalo, NY. In his 2 seasons at Daemen, all greater rochester volleyball, the Wildcats won 2 American Mideast Conference North Division Championships compiling an overall record of CJ began coaching at the USA Volleyball club level starting in CJ coached at every age level from 14s - 18s. CJ and Megan Denk started Paradigm Volleyball in September of to help grow volleyball in the Rochester and surrounding areas. Currently, CJ gives private lessons, runs Paradigm Summer Camps, runs the NOVA Junior Beach Tour and is the Varsity Volleyball Head Coach at Our Lady of Mercy School for Young Women. CJ is also the Head Coach for the IREVA Men's Professional PVL team which placed 6th at the Premier Volleyball League National Championships in CJ continues to play competitively indoors and on the beach.

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Haley Short
Assistant Coach
Haley is starting her first season as a coach here at Paradigm but comes to us with valuable experience in both playing and coaching volleyball.  She was the head coach for the Niagara Frontier Volleyball Club (NFVB) team back in as well as assistant coach for the team in She was also a volunteer assistant coach for the Williamsville North High School Girls Volleyball team in and the Heim Middle School head coach  in

As a player, Haley 5 year varsity starter for the Williamsville North High School team from thru   She was team captain in and   She received the following accolades with Williamsville:

  • Erie County All Player Team 1,
  • Erie County Scholar Athlete,
  • Channel Seven Athlete of the Week,
  • Erie County All Player Team 2,
  • Frontier Tournament All-Tournament Team,
  • Over career digs, school record

Haley also played her club volleyball with NFVB from to and was part of a Nationals Qualifying team in, and

 

Laura Edwards
Assistant Coach
Laura is starting her third season as a coach here at Paradigm. She was the assistant coach on the Rebellion 16s during the  last years  Paradigm season.  She previously coached for 13 years at Xtreme Volleyball Club, with the most recent 5 years focused at all greater rochester volleyball or levels.  She was also the Bloomfield Varsity Girls Head Coach for 2 years until she left to take care of her recently born son due to his illness.  

Laura player her high school volleyball locally at Canandaigua High School, winning 2 Section V titles during her high school career.  She played for Xtreme VBC for 5 years during her high school years  She went on to start her college volleyball career at Nazareth College as a right side hitter but suffered a severe knee injury that ended her college volleyball playing days after only one year.  

 

 

Resist 18-2s 
Julia Coryell
Head Coach

This will be Julia's second year with Paradigm.  Julia is currently entering her 3rd season as the Midlakes High School Girls Varsity Volleyball head coach.   She came to Midlakes after playing her college career for Keuka College.  Julia also played for Midlakes during her high school career with a highlight of being named to the Section V Class B 1st team All Star team.  She also played her club volleyball at Xtreme Volleyball club during her high school years.

While in college at Keuka, all greater rochester volleyball, Julia was Assistant Club Director and coach for Keuka Lake VBC for 3 years.  She proceeded to become a club coach at Xtreme Volleyball after graduating from Keuka until Xtreme disbanded in    She coached for RAVE Volleyball Club during last years club season.

 

Jake Gleason
Assistant Coach

Jake currently serves as the Pittsford Sutherland High School Girls Junior Varsity volleyball coach in his second season and assists on the varsity team with Coach Taylor Rivera.  Jake was a 5 year varsity volleyball starter for Frontier HS in Ascend kayak fish finder During his tenure they made 4 sectional appearances, winning 2 Section VI titles.  He was named to the WNY All Start team 3 times and holds the record for assists in a game and career assists for Fronter HS. He played college volleyball for 3 years at Nazateth College and 1 year for Universidad Catolica De Valencia in Spain.

 

Anna Cosh
All greater rochester volleyball Coach

Anna was a 4 year varsity starting setter at Midlakes High School leading the Girl's Varsity team to the program's first sectional title in earning FL East and All Greater Rochester recognition. After graduating inAnna continued her career playing at Division III Houghton College where she amassed over assists and earned various E8 and NCCAA honors. Shortly after graduating in with a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, all greater rochester volleyball, Anna started her coaching career staying with the Highlander's as the Women's Assistant Coach for the season. At the close of soccer sound season, Anna moved back to the Finger Lakes region after accepting a marketing job offer and continues to coach at Midlakes High School as the Girl's Varsity Assistant. This will be Anna's first season with Paradigm.

 

 

REVOLT 17s
Mark Robinson
Head Coach 

Mark joins us for his 4th year here at Paradigm.  He has nearly 30 years of volleyball coaching experience in both high school, college and club volleyball for girls, boys, womens and mens teams.  Mark became the head coach of Bloomfield Girst Varsity Volleyball in when he and his wife Kathy re-started the program in   He has 20 seasons as head coach in Section V, all greater rochester volleyball, 17 of which at Bloomfield, with 12 League Titles, 5 Section V Titles, NYS runner-up and NYS champions during his tenure.   He had over wins and 8 League Coach of the Year awards.

Mark was also an assistant coach for 3 seasons at the college level, one JUCO regional championship, all greater rochester volleyball ACAA conference championship and one NAC conference runner-up during that time. 

He and Kathy also coordinated with a group of parents from Bloomfield and the surrounding Ontario and Monroe County area to start Xtreme Volleyball Club, Inc in   He was their Elite 17s and 18s coach for 18 seasons.  He also held the role of Director of Players and Coaches for 17 years and Club Director for 2 years.

Mark and  Kathy's daughter Peyton played for Bloomfield HS, becoming a 1st team All-State setter.  She praxar golf simulation tips 3rd team Academic All-American at SUNY Canton, where she graduated as the all time assists leader.  She as also named Female Co-Athlete of the year.

Their son Trevor is attending Tompkins Cortland Community College and is a starting pitcher on the school's baseball team.

 

Taylor Rivera (formerly Melidona)
Assistant Coach

Taylor has been with Pardigm for 5 seasons.  She is currently the Pittsford Sutherland Girls Varsity Volleyball Head Coach and has been for the last 2 seasons.  She previously coached the Paradigm 15s team for two years before taking last year off to focus on her wedding.
In high school she was a 3 year varsity athlete on West Irondequoit's volleyball team, which included a state championship title. She competed as an attacker, in the outside and opposite positions.
After graduating she competed at California University of Pennsylvania, where she specialized as a DS/libero. Her time pagudpud kitesurfing CalU lead to 2 conference titles and making it to the Sweet 16 in the NCAA tournament for Division II for 4 consecutive years.
Both on and off the court she was recognized as a leader being named captain at various points in her career, in both high school and college. She also represented her conference, all greater rochester volleyball, her junior year of college, at the NCAA DII annual leadership conference in Indianapolis.
Her collegiate career also lead to a knowledge base in power lifting, along with other strength and conditioning techniques.
Her coaching experience includes summer camps at CalU and coaching at California Area Middle School.

 

Jes Marini
Assistant Coach

Jes was a 2-year varsity player at Pittsford Sutherland High School, winning the state championship her junior and senior year. At the State tournament she was selected and awarded the Sportsmanship Award representing her team. She played for several different clubs throughout high school before playing for Paradigm her senior year.  She has played both a setter and defensive specialist.  She also played high school and AAU softball for the Rochester Revenge.

After graduating inJes continued her career playing at SUNY Brockport, where she was a part of the SUNYAC Champion team. In she transferred to Monroe Community College and became the starting setter.  She received all greater rochester volleyball awards: Athlete of the Week, Cara Bryant All-Tournament Team, Western New York Athletic Conference- All Conference Team, and NJCAA Academic Third Team. She graduated from MCC in May She currently attends Brockport and will be graduating in May with a degree in Business Administration.

She has been coaching with Paradigm since January She has been the 15’s assistant for the last two seasons. She also works the summer camps at Paradigm.

 

Kathy Robinson
Assistant Coach

 


REBELLION 16s

Steve Pike
Head Coach 

Steve was named the women's head volleyball coach at The College at Brockport in April of In Brockport finished in the top four in the conference and went to the SUNYAC Semi-Finals for the first time since   The improvement from last(tenth) to fourth in the conference regular season was the biggest where to put coolant in range rover sport in one year in SUNYAC Volleyball History. InBrockport was and undefeated in conference regular season. Brockport won the Conference championship for the first time in 21 years. Brockport won its NCAA first round match. He was named SUNYAC Coach of the Year and AVCA Northeast Region Coach of the Year. For the previous twelve, years he was the head coach at SUNY Potsdam. During his time at Potsdam, the program was the most successful program on campus. He was named SUNYAC Coach of the Year all greater rochester volleyball His teams qualified for the postseason tournament in six of those seasons, making it to the ECAC finals once for the first time in school history. He has coached the conference rookie of the year twice. Inhe took his team to Costa Rica which was the first international trip for volleyball in school milwaukee kayak routes Steve is blessed with his wife Heather, children: Nicholas, Brynn and Griffin.

 

Lori White
Assistant Coach

Lori White played collegiality at Edinboro University for four years where her team won two PAC State championships and Two Regional Championships. Upon returning from college Lori played on the Womens Open Western NY Empire B Team for 3 years. She has coached at the Varsity high level for 13 years in the Rochester City School District and is currently coaching JV Volleyball at Spencerport High School.
 

Nicole Rivera
Assistant Coach
 


 


RUCKUS 15s
Marilyn Glamack
Head Coach

Marilyn was a 4 year varsity starter at Victor High School. She has been MVP, player of the year, All Greater Rochester, and All State, all greater rochester volleyball. After graduating inMarilyn continued six man football coaching jobs career playing Division II volleyball at the College of Saint Rose in Albany, where she also earned MVP honors. After graduating college in with a Bachelor's degree in Spanish, Marilyn started her coaching career, all greater rochester volleyball. She currently competes in adult tournaments throughout the year and plays beach volleyball all summer.

Mar started coaching at Mercy High School, doing modified for 2 years. After that, she took over JV for 2 seasons and is currently their JV coach. Marilyn assisted Paradigm 18's her first year, then head coached Paradigm 15's for 2. This past year she lived in California and coached for Momentous Volleyball Club out of Irvine.
 

Mike Harnden
Head Coach
Mike was previously the head webquest extreme sports of the girls varsity team at Aquinas High School.  This year he was named head coach of the Hilton Varsity Girls Volleyball team.  Mike has coached the last 2 seasons with Paradigm as head coach of the Uprising 12s and Rampage 13s.

 

Kailey Falk
Assistant Coach 

Kailey is a graduate of SUNY Fredonia where she played for the last 4 years.  Prior to that Kaily was a varsity starter for the Our Lade of Mercy HS volleyball team with Coach Denk.

 

 

 

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Aimee Spillman
Head Coach

Aime joins us for her first year as a Paradigm head coach.  She previouly was an assistant coach for two seasons.  She is a graduate from the SUNY Brockport, where she played as a libero/defensive specialist for the volleyball team during her 4 year college career there.  She also was an Assistant Coach for the Siena College volleyball team during the season.   She player her high school volleyball at Columbia High School, were she earned Suburban Council First Team Allstar during her senior year.

 

Alyse Wenzel
Assistant Coach

Alyse is a graduate from the University of Hartford, where she played as a middle blocker for the volleyball team during her 4 year college career there.  She was also a four-year letterwinner in volleyball at Hilton High School, having being named to All Greater Rochester her senior year.

 

Mandy Napierala
Assistant Coach

Mandy is a recent  graduate from the College of Charleston, all greater rochester volleyball, where she played as a middle blocker for the indoor volleyball team ( - seasons) as well as the beach volleyball team ( seasons) during her college career there. She had started her collegiate career at Radford University ( - ) basketball spirit poster sayings transferred to College of Charleston to pursue a new major. She played her high school volleyball at West Irondequoit High School, having being named All-County First Team and All Tournament Team as well as team MVP her senior year ().  

 

Rampage 13s

Brooke Prieston
Head Coach

 

Megan Pasquantonio
Assistant Coach

 

 

Uprising 12s

Rebecca Anderson
Head Coach

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Meet the All-Greater Rochester Boys Volleyball Team

The All-Greater Rochester teams were selected by the votes of coaches with input from Democrat and Chronicle and Daily Messenger Post sportswriters.

Andrew Ludwig

Year: Senior

Parents: Neal and Gina Ludwig 

Position: Outside

Key accomplishment: Hitting % in the Section V final.

Future plans: Pursue engineering and volleyball in college.

Why he is Player of the Year: Ludwig made his case for AGR boys volleyball Player of the Year all season long, all greater rochester volleyball, but the Penfield outside hitter had quite the postseason. He registered 12 kills and four blocks to help his two-time Section V champion win the New York State championship match.

Bryce Ceravolo

Year: Senior

Parents: Shelley and Jay Ceravolo 

Position: Setter

Key accomplishment: Registered assists.

Future plans: Attend a two- or four-year college.

Rohan Chitre

Year: Senior

Parents: Mona and Amit Chitre 

Position: Setter

Key accomplishment: Had over assists this season.

Future plans: Still deciding between University of Michigan, University of Pittsburgh, Cornell University and Penn State.

Carter Dittman

Year: Senior

Parent: Paige Dittman  

Position: Outside hitter

Key accomplishment: Beating McQuaid in the Section V quarterfinals.

Future plans: Playing volleyball at Penn State University.

Luke Hofer

Year: Senior

Parents: Christina Hofer-Ingalls and Terrence Hofer 

Position: Libero

Key accomplishments: Led McQuaid in digs, aces, and passer rating; New York State champion; League all greater rochester volleyball plans: Study business administration and play collegiate volleyball.

Casey Jackson

Year: Senior

Parents: Lisa and Robert Jackson 

Position: Outside hitter/Libero

Key accomplishments: Hitting and 5 aces in regionals vs. West Seneca West.

Future plans: Undecided.

Alex Kagoro

Year: Senior

Parents: Erin and Thomas Kagoro 

Position: Outside hitter

Key accomplishment:  kills this all greater rochester volleyball plans: Play volleyball and study engineering at Messiah University.

Will Kirchhoff

Year: Senior

Parents: Kristin Hoogland and Sean Kirchhoff 

Position: Middle Hitter/Opposite Hitter

Key accomplishments:  kills, 50 kill blocks, 34 aces.

Future plans: Study sports management and play college volleyball.

Sam Lane

Year: Senior

Parents: Molly and Greg Lane 

Position: Middle/outside Hitter

Key accomplishments:  kills, passer rating.

Future plans: Attend Saint Francis University to play Division I volleyball.

Dylan McFadden

Year: Senior

Parents: Brianne and Chad McFadden 

Position: Outside

Key accomplishment: Hit  kills throughout his high school career (not including tournaments).

Future plans: Undecided.

Liam Northrup

Year: Senior

Parents: Arlene and Brian Northrup 

Position: Middle

Key accomplishments: Had 12 kills in the Section V quarterfinals,  kills on the season and 30 kills through sectionals. Also made it to section final versus Spencerport.

Future plans: I plan on continuing my education and athletics in college through pursuing computer engineering and NCAA volleyball at the Division III level.

Parker Schoenl

Year: Junior

Parents: Laura and Darrell Schoenl 

Position: Outside hitter/setter

Key accomplishments: Had kills, 48 aces and digs while playing in his secondary position this season.

Future plans: I hope to play volleyball in college while pursuing a degree in science.

Ethan Williams

Year: Senior

Parents: Jacquelyn and David Williams  

Position: Outside hitter/Libero

Key accomplishment: Registered 57 aces this season.

Future plans: I plan to earn a degree in computer science and play volleyball.

Aaron Austin

Profession: Rochester City School District - Teacher

Varsity coaching experience: Spencerport present: Club coach/club director with Hot Shots Juniors (five years) and Pace Bootlegger (10+ years); Nazareth Men’s Volleyball graduate assistant SUNY Fredonia woman’s assistant coach

Family: Wife (Elyse), Daughter (Brenna, son (Trevor), brother (Andy) son Eric won state title with Penfield, sister (Wendy), father (Dale) assistant coach, mother (Donna).

Mike Fusare

Profession: Physical Education Teacher

Varsity coaching experience: Penfield High school Varsity boys present, Penfield Varsity girls

Family:  Christine (wife), sons Joseph and Jacob.

Ethan Bond (Midlakes)

Alan Bouwens (Sodus)

Ben Comeau (Brighton)

Robert Evangelista (McQuaid)

Noah Gibson (Irondequoit)

Parker Jackson (Penfield)

Vincent Lucyszyn (Gates)

Rodney Nunnally (World of Inquiry)

Callan Reddington (World of Inquiry)

Nolan Sears (North Rose-Wolcott)

Aedan Vanegas (Spencerport)

Will Van Wyk (Pavilion)

Zachary Zian (Webster)

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Meet the All-Greater Rochester Girls Volleyball Team

Meet the All-Greater Rochester Girls Volleyball Team

Meet the All-Greater Rochester girls volleyball team as determined by a vote and input from coaches and administrators across Section V. Player of the year Year: Junior Parents: Candi and Rob Werkmeister Key accomplishments: 79 aces, kills with a hitting percentage. Future plans: I have not decided yet. Year: Sophomore Parents: Cathleen and Bruce Bell Key

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Rochester Volleyball

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12 years 2 months ago#by Bravesfan08

Who do you guys think will get AGR this year? (first and second teams)

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12 years 1 month ago#by Bravesfan08

Nobody has anythinghaha. I will throw out that I think Katie Sattora from Avon deserves strong consideration. I know its small schools, but she carried her team to the semi finals, and if you look at the section v leaderboards she is all over the place. She is in my opinion the best small school player in Section V.

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12 years 1 month ago#by sportsfan10

definitely a great player! definitely deserving of awards!but to say she "carried" her team to the semi-finals? Great setter (also all over the section v leader boards), strong team around her - each having their great games, and many players with alot of heart that came through in clutch situations - they ALL worked hard to get to the semis.

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12 years 1 month ago#by Bravesfan08

Listen, I don't want to upset you (especially if you are an Avon parent which it sounds like). I know every girl on that team worked hard to get to where they got, and as a hitter Sattora needed good players to get her the ball. But just looking at that team, she led them in almost every catergory (except for probably assists and blocks), she was one of the captains and that heart and soul of that team. On top of all that she barely came off the floor. These are all facts, and IMO that means she carried the team, for you that may mean something different which is fine.

Anybody else have AGR suggestions???

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12 years 1 month ago#by sportsfan10
Definitely a fact that she is a great player and leader and should be considered for AGR - I guess the term "carried" implied something different to me than what you may have meant. Not trying to any kudos away from her - she definitely is a big part (if not the biggest part) of their success and didn't mean to upset you either (especially if you are an Avon "person")[:D]
Let's hope she gets the recognition she deserves and the Braves go even farther in !!

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12 years 1 month ago#by Justadad

No doubt KS is a top player.

Tough choices with so many talented players. Coaches will have the best view on this since they’ve seen many teams throughout the season. Still not sure how coaches vote (or maybe don’t vote) for players that they may not have faced during the year. Coaches??

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12 years 1 month ago#by Bravesfan08
<blockquote id="quote"><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id="quote">quote:<hr height="1" noshade id="quote"><i>Originally posted by sportsfan10</i>

Definitely a fact that she is a great player and leader and should be considered for AGR - I guess the term "carried" implied something different to me than what you may have meant. Not trying to any kudos away from her - she definitely is a big part (if not the biggest part) of their success and didn't mean to upset you either (especially if you are an Avon "person")[:D]
Let's hope she gets the recognition she deserves and the Braves go even farther in !!
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I'm with you thereLets go Braves! haha

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<blockquote id="quote"><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id="quote">quote:<hr height="1" noshade id="quote"><i>Originally posted by Justadad</i>

No doubt KS is a top player.

Tough choices with so many talented players. Coaches will have the best view on this since they’ve seen many teams throughout the season. Still not sure how coaches vote (or maybe don’t vote) for players that they may not have faced during the year. <b>Coaches??</b>


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12 years 1 month ago#by avidfan

Katie Sattora aside, any other small school thoughts for AGR???

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Women’s Volleyball team gets new coach

The 45th season of Keuka College Women’s Volleyball will begin with a new leader on the bench as the Keuka College Department of Athletics named Quinn Wright as the new Women’s Volleyball Head Coach.

Quinn comes to Keuka College following a two-year stint as the Club Director of VolleyFX Volleyball Club in Rochester. There, he managed all aspects of VolleyFX operations, which fields 25 teams ages He aided with the management and training of the coaching staffs and helped coordinate fundraising efforts for the club. Quinn also led an initiative to bring beach volleyball to VolleyFX for the first time in program history.

Prior to his time at VolleyFX, Quinn spent seven years in the collegiate ranks coaching. In , he led Finger Lakes Community College in Canandaigua, where he posted a record while taking the team to both the Mid-State Athletic Conference and NJCAA Region III Tournaments.

His collegiate experience began as an undergraduate at Allegheny College. Quinn was the setting setter for the Gators club volleyball team. While at Allegheny, he worked as a student assistant with the women’s program, assisting the coaching staff in-season and leading skill sessions during the off-season. After earning his bachelor’s degree in history with a minor in religious studies, Quinn remained on staff at Allegheny College as an assistant volleyball coach.

A Penfield native, Quinn helped lead his high school team to a pair of Section V championships. He was also named All-Greater Rochester by the Democrat and Chronicle following his senior season of While working at Allegheny College, Quinn continued his education, earning a Master’s in Sports Management from Drexel University in

Quinn and the Keuka College Women’s Volleyball team will begin their season on their home floor in the Keuka College Invitational. The Wolves will host Hilbert College and Union College on Friday, Aug. They will then take on Rowan University and Lasell College on Saturday, Aug. 31 to complete the tournament.

 

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Meet the All-Greater Rochester Boys Volleyball Team

The All-Greater Rochester teams were selected by the votes of coaches with input from Democrat and Chronicle and Daily Messenger Post sportswriters.

Andrew Ludwig

Year: Senior

Parents: Neal and Gina Ludwig 

Position: Outside

Key accomplishment: Hitting % in the Section V final.

Future plans: Pursue engineering and volleyball in college.

Why he is Player of the Year: Ludwig made his case for AGR boys volleyball Player of the Year all season long, but the Penfield outside hitter had quite the postseason. He registered 12 kills and four blocks to help his two-time Section V champion win the New York State championship match.

Bryce Ceravolo

Year: Senior

Parents: Shelley and Jay Ceravolo 

Position: Setter

Key accomplishment: Registered assists.

Future plans: Attend a two- or four-year college.

Rohan Chitre

Year: Senior

Parents: Mona and Amit Chitre 

Position: Setter

Key accomplishment: Had over assists this season.

Future plans: Still deciding between University of Michigan, University of Pittsburgh, Cornell University and Penn State.

Carter Dittman

Year: Senior

Parent: Paige Dittman  

Position: Outside hitter

Key accomplishment: Beating McQuaid in the Section V quarterfinals.

Future plans: Playing volleyball at Penn State University.

Luke Hofer

Year: Senior

Parents: Christina Hofer-Ingalls and Terrence Hofer 

Position: Libero

Key accomplishments: Led McQuaid in digs, aces, and passer rating; New York State champion; League all-star.

Future plans: Study business administration and play collegiate volleyball.

Casey Jackson

Year: Senior

Parents: Lisa and Robert Jackson 

Position: Outside hitter/Libero

Key accomplishments: Hitting and 5 aces in regionals vs. West Seneca West.

Future plans: Undecided.

Alex Kagoro

Year: Senior

Parents: Erin and Thomas Kagoro 

Position: Outside hitter

Key accomplishment:  kills this season.

Future plans: Play volleyball and study engineering at Messiah University.

Will Kirchhoff

Year: Senior

Parents: Kristin Hoogland and Sean Kirchhoff 

Position: Middle Hitter/Opposite Hitter

Key accomplishments:  kills, 50 kill blocks, 34 aces.

Future plans: Study sports management and play college volleyball.

Sam Lane

Year: Senior

Parents: Molly and Greg Lane 

Position: Middle/outside Hitter

Key accomplishments:  kills, passer rating.

Future plans: Attend Saint Francis University to play Division I volleyball.

Dylan McFadden

Year: Senior

Parents: Brianne and Chad McFadden 

Position: Outside

Key accomplishment: Hit  kills throughout his high school career (not including tournaments).

Future plans: Undecided.

Liam Northrup

Year: Senior

Parents: Arlene and Brian Northrup 

Position: Middle

Key accomplishments: Had 12 kills in the Section V quarterfinals,  kills on the season and 30 kills through sectionals. Also made it to section final versus Spencerport.

Future plans: I plan on continuing my education and athletics in college through pursuing computer engineering and NCAA volleyball at the Division III level.

Parker Schoenl

Year: Junior

Parents: Laura and Darrell Schoenl 

Position: Outside hitter/setter

Key accomplishments: Had kills, 48 aces and digs while playing in his secondary position this season.

Future plans: I hope to play volleyball in college while pursuing a degree in science.

Ethan Williams

Year: Senior

Parents: Jacquelyn and David Williams  

Position: Outside hitter/Libero

Key accomplishment: Registered 57 aces this season.

Future plans: I plan to earn a degree in computer science and play volleyball.

Aaron Austin

Profession: Rochester City School District - Teacher

Varsity coaching experience: Spencerport present: Club coach/club director with Hot Shots Juniors (five years) and Pace Bootlegger (10+ years); Nazareth Men’s Volleyball graduate assistant SUNY Fredonia woman’s assistant coach

Family: Wife (Elyse), Daughter (Brenna, son (Trevor), brother (Andy) son Eric won state title with Penfield, sister (Wendy), father (Dale) assistant coach, mother (Donna).

Mike Fusare

Profession: Physical Education Teacher

Varsity coaching experience: Penfield High school Varsity boys present, Penfield Varsity girls

Family:  Christine (wife), sons Joseph and Jacob.

Ethan Bond (Midlakes)

Alan Bouwens (Sodus)

Ben Comeau (Brighton)

Robert Evangelista (McQuaid)

Noah Gibson (Irondequoit)

Parker Jackson (Penfield)

Vincent Lucyszyn (Gates)

Rodney Nunnally (World of Inquiry)

Callan Reddington (World of Inquiry)

Nolan Sears (North Rose-Wolcott)

Aedan Vanegas (Spencerport)

Will Van Wyk (Pavilion)

Zachary Zian (Webster)

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Meet the All-Greater Rochester Girls Volleyball Team

The All-Greater Rochester teams were selected by the votes of coaches with input from Democrat and Chronicle and Daily Messenger Post sportswriters.

Emma Werkmeister

Year: Senior

Parents: Candi and Rob Werkmeister 

Position: Outside hitter

Key accomplishments: I am most proud of finishing our team's goal of leaving on top, being the No. 1 team in New York State and ending my career as a state champion. I am also honored to have been named MVP at that same tournament. Another number I am proud of is the number three, as I feel it has been an extreme blessing to have been surrounded by great players and an amazing coach, enabling me to be named the first-ever three-time AGR Girls Volleyball Player of the Year.

Future plans: University of Connecticut 

Why she is Player of the Year: It's not a secret as to why Werkmeister is the first three-time AGR Girls Volleyball Player of the Year. The senior outside hitter was instrumental in Victor's state championship run. The New York State kills leader was named MVP of the NYS Class AA Tournament after putting down 31 kills.

Nicole Bell

Year: Junior

Parents: Cate and Bruce Bell 

Position: Outside hitter

Key accomplishments:  overall season record and aces.

Future plans: Undecided.

Rylee Bergeron

Year: Senior

Parents: Jennifer and Brian Bergeron 

Position: Outside hitter

Key accomplishment: Averaged digs per set.

Future plans: I will be playing volleyball and studying Computer Science at Hamilton College.

Jaelyn Bickom

Year: Senior

Parents: Jamie and Nathan Bickom 

Position: Outside hitter

Key accomplishment: Registered kills.

Future plans: Undecided.

Tori Colosimo

Year: Junior

Parents: Amy and Marcus Colosimo  

Position: Setter

Key accomplishments: Had aces and assists.

Future plans: I hope to study to become a physicians assistant while playing volleyball in college.

Allie Ingles

Year: Junior

Parents: Shannon and Tom Ingles 

Position: Outside hitter

Key accomplishment: Registered kills.

Future plans: Study pharmaceutical sciences at an undecided college.

Alex McKenzie

Year: Senior

Parents: Juliet and Reece McKenzie 

Position: Outside Hitter

Key accomplishment: Had kills in the season.

Future plans: Undecided, but planning on playing collegiate volleyball and majoring in economics.

Adeline Milligan

Year: Senior

Parents: Liz and Rob Milligan 

Position: Outside hitter

Key accomplishment: Winning 75 straight sets leading into the state final four.

Future plans: Attend college for medical imaging and continue playing volleyball.

Erin Mueller

Year: Sophomore

Parents: Debbie and Jeff Mueller 

Position: Libero

Key accomplishments: I have played a different position each of my three years on varsity — outside hitter, setter and libero.

Future plans: I plan to continue playing club volleyball and hope to play volleyball in college somewhere in the Northeast to possibly study physical therapy.

Helen Qian

Year: Senior

Parents: Mingchao Zhang and Jay Qian 

Position: Middle hitter

Key accomplishments: Led NYS in hitting percentage (), NYS champion, Section V Class AA all-star team in and , AVCA High School Third Team All-America, unweighted GPA of

Future plans: I plan on going to Williams College to play volleyball and study computer science.

Alyssa Rich

Year: Senior

Parents: Jaime and Matt Rich 

Position: Libero

Key accomplishments: Had digs and broke the school record for most digs in a season.

Future plans: I want to study business but I am undecided on school.

Emma Schumaker

Year: Junior

Parents: Erin and Matthew Schumaker 

Position: Outside hitter

Key accomplishments: Had kills and a  hitting percentage.

Future plans: Study psychology at a four-year college or university.

Cassie Thayse

Year: Senior

Parents: Destree and Andrew Rickard 

Position: Outside Hitter

Key accomplishment:  kills.

Future plans: Play Division I beach volleyball at Georgia State University.

Matt Glover

Profession: 2nd grade Teacher RCSD

Varsity coaching experience: Penfield /Pittsford Sutherland /Victor

Family: Meghan Glover (wife), stepdaughters Mirra and Maci.

Kayla Anstett (Hilton)

Meghan Clifford (Fairport)

Rowan Considine (Honeoye Falls-Lima)

Catriona Hoelperl (Aquinas)

Lauren Kingsley (Pavilion)

Ryan Kotalik (Pittsford Sutherland)

Julia Melnik (Gananda)

Megan Sanford (Campbell-Savona)

Sam Sawyer (Alexander)

Olivia Sheehan (Irondequoit)

Brooklyn Stisser (Wellsville)

Morgan Verbridge (Lyons)

Tori Walker (Attica)

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 Coaches


Coaching Philosophy

Paradigm Volleyball believes in the philosophy of collaborative coaching. Paradigm will incorporate various area coaches and college players to help develop and teach the individual and team skills needed to see success on and off the court.

Each Paradigm coach brings a unique amount of game play and coaching experience to practices and tournaments. It is these varying experience levels and unique backgrounds that will allow our players to develop comprehensive volleyball skill sets.


REVOLUTION 18s
CJ Denk

Club Director
Head Coach 

CJ has coached at the college, high school and club level for the past 18 years. After volunteering his time for two seasons at Nazareth College, CJ was named Associate Head Coach at Daemen College in Buffalo, NY. In his 2 seasons at Daemen, the Wildcats won 2 American Mideast Conference North Division Championships compiling an overall record of CJ began coaching at the USA Volleyball club level starting in CJ coached at every age level from 14s - 18s. CJ and Megan Denk started Paradigm Volleyball in September of to help grow volleyball in the Rochester and surrounding areas. Currently, CJ gives private lessons, runs Paradigm Summer Camps, runs the NOVA Junior Beach Tour and is the Varsity Volleyball Head Coach at Our Lady of Mercy School for Young Women. CJ is also the Head Coach for the IREVA Men's Professional PVL team which placed 6th at the Premier Volleyball League National Championships in CJ continues to play competitively indoors and on the beach.

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Haley Short
Assistant Coach
Haley is starting her first season as a coach here at Paradigm but comes to us with valuable experience in both playing and coaching volleyball.  She was the head coach for the Niagara Frontier Volleyball Club (NFVB) team back in as well as assistant coach for the team in She was also a volunteer assistant coach for the Williamsville North High School Girls Volleyball team in and the Heim Middle School head coach  in

As a player, Haley 5 year varsity starter for the Williamsville North High School team from thru   She was team captain in and   She received the following accolades with Williamsville:

  • Erie County All Player Team 1,
  • Erie County Scholar Athlete,
  • Channel Seven Athlete of the Week,
  • Erie County All Player Team 2, ,
  • Frontier Tournament All-Tournament Team,
  • Over career digs, school record

Haley also played her club volleyball with NFVB from to and was part of a Nationals Qualifying team in , , and

 

Laura Edwards
Assistant Coach
Laura is starting her third season as a coach here at Paradigm. She was the assistant coach on the Rebellion 16s during the  last years  Paradigm season.  She previously coached for 13 years at Xtreme Volleyball Club, with the most recent 5 years focused at the or levels.  She was also the Bloomfield Varsity Girls Head Coach for 2 years until she left to take care of her recently born son due to his illness.  

Laura player her high school volleyball locally at Canandaigua High School, winning 2 Section V titles during her high school career.  She played for Xtreme VBC for 5 years during her high school years  She went on to start her college volleyball career at Nazareth College as a right side hitter but suffered a severe knee injury that ended her college volleyball playing days after only one year.  

 

 

Resist 18-2s 
Julia Coryell
Head Coach

This will be Julia's second year with Paradigm.  Julia is currently entering her 3rd season as the Midlakes High School Girls Varsity Volleyball head coach.   She came to Midlakes after playing her college career for Keuka College.  Julia also played for Midlakes during her high school career with a highlight of being named to the Section V Class B 1st team All Star team.  She also played her club volleyball at Xtreme Volleyball club during her high school years.

While in college at Keuka, Julia was Assistant Club Director and coach for Keuka Lake VBC for 3 years.  She proceeded to become a club coach at Xtreme Volleyball after graduating from Keuka until Xtreme disbanded in    She coached for RAVE Volleyball Club during last years club season.

 

Jake Gleason
Assistant Coach

Jake currently serves as the Pittsford Sutherland High School Girls Junior Varsity volleyball coach in his second season and assists on the varsity team with Coach Taylor Rivera.  Jake was a 5 year varsity volleyball starter for Frontier HS in Buffalo.  During his tenure they made 4 sectional appearances, winning 2 Section VI titles.  He was named to the WNY All Start team 3 times and holds the record for assists in a game and career assists for Fronter HS. He played college volleyball for 3 years at Nazateth College and 1 year for Universidad Catolica De Valencia in Spain.

 

Anna Cosh
Assistant Coach

Anna was a 4 year varsity starting setter at Midlakes High School leading the Girl's Varsity team to the program's first sectional title in earning FL East and All Greater Rochester recognition. After graduating in , Anna continued her career playing at Division III Houghton College where she amassed over assists and earned various E8 and NCCAA honors. Shortly after graduating in with a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Anna started her coaching career staying with the Highlander's as the Women's Assistant Coach for the season. At the close of the season, Anna moved back to the Finger Lakes region after accepting a marketing job offer and continues to coach at Midlakes High School as the Girl's Varsity Assistant. This will be Anna's first season with Paradigm.

 

 

REVOLT 17s
Mark Robinson
Head Coach 

Mark joins us for his 4th year here at Paradigm.  He has nearly 30 years of volleyball coaching experience in both high school, college and club volleyball for girls, boys, womens and mens teams.  Mark became the head coach of Bloomfield Girst Varsity Volleyball in when he and his wife Kathy re-started the program in   He has 20 seasons as head coach in Section V, 17 of which at Bloomfield, with 12 League Titles, 5 Section V Titles, NYS runner-up and NYS champions during his tenure.   He had over wins and 8 League Coach of the Year awards.

Mark was also an assistant coach for 3 seasons at the college level, one JUCO regional championship, one ACAA conference championship and one NAC conference runner-up during that time. 

He and Kathy also coordinated with a group of parents from Bloomfield and the surrounding Ontario and Monroe County area to start Xtreme Volleyball Club, Inc in   He was their Elite 17s and 18s coach for 18 seasons.  He also held the role of Director of Players and Coaches for 17 years and Club Director for 2 years.

Mark and  Kathy's daughter Peyton played for Bloomfield HS, becoming a 1st team All-State setter.  She was 3rd team Academic All-American at SUNY Canton, where she graduated as the all time assists leader.  She as also named Female Co-Athlete of the year.

Their son Trevor is attending Tompkins Cortland Community College and is a starting pitcher on the school's baseball team.

 

Taylor Rivera (formerly Melidona)
Assistant Coach

Taylor has been with Pardigm for 5 seasons.  She is currently the Pittsford Sutherland Girls Varsity Volleyball Head Coach and has been for the last 2 seasons.  She previously coached the Paradigm 15s team for two years before taking last year off to focus on her wedding.
In high school she was a 3 year varsity athlete on West Irondequoit's volleyball team, which included a state championship title. She competed as an attacker, in the outside and opposite positions.
After graduating she competed at California University of Pennsylvania, where she specialized as a DS/libero. Her time at CalU lead to 2 conference titles and making it to the Sweet 16 in the NCAA tournament for Division II for 4 consecutive years.
Both on and off the court she was recognized as a leader being named captain at various points in her career, in both high school and college. She also represented her conference, her junior year of college, at the NCAA DII annual leadership conference in Indianapolis.
Her collegiate career also lead to a knowledge base in power lifting, along with other strength and conditioning techniques.
Her coaching experience includes summer camps at CalU and coaching at California Area Middle School.

 

Jes Marini
Assistant Coach

Jes was a 2-year varsity player at Pittsford Sutherland High School, winning the state championship her junior and senior year. At the State tournament she was selected and awarded the Sportsmanship Award representing her team. She played for several different clubs throughout high school before playing for Paradigm her senior year.  She has played both a setter and defensive specialist.  She also played high school and AAU softball for the Rochester Revenge.

After graduating in , Jes continued her career playing at SUNY Brockport, where she was a part of the SUNYAC Champion team. In she transferred to Monroe Community College and became the starting setter.  She received multiple awards: Athlete of the Week, Cara Bryant All-Tournament Team, Western New York Athletic Conference- All Conference Team, and NJCAA Academic Third Team. She graduated from MCC in May She currently attends Brockport and will be graduating in May with a degree in Business Administration.

She has been coaching with Paradigm since January She has been the 15’s assistant for the last two seasons. She also works the summer camps at Paradigm.

 

Kathy Robinson
Assistant Coach

 


REBELLION 16s

Steve Pike
Head Coach 

Steve was named the women's head volleyball coach at The College at Brockport in April of In Brockport finished in the top four in the conference and went to the SUNYAC Semi-Finals for the first time since   The improvement from last(tenth) to fourth in the conference regular season was the biggest jump in one year in SUNYAC Volleyball History. In , Brockport was and undefeated in conference regular season. Brockport won the Conference championship for the first time in 21 years. Brockport won its NCAA first round match. He was named SUNYAC Coach of the Year and AVCA Northeast Region Coach of the Year. For the previous twelve, years he was the head coach at SUNY Potsdam. During his time at Potsdam, the program was the most successful program on campus. He was named SUNYAC Coach of the Year in His teams qualified for the postseason tournament in six of those seasons, making it to the ECAC finals once for the first time in school history. He has coached the conference rookie of the year twice. In , he took his team to Costa Rica which was the first international trip for volleyball in school history.

Steve is blessed with his wife Heather, children: Nicholas, Brynn and Griffin.

 

Lori White
Assistant Coach

Lori White played collegiality at Edinboro University for four years where her team won two PAC State championships and Two Regional Championships. Upon returning from college Lori played on the Womens Open Western NY Empire B Team for 3 years. She has coached at the Varsity high level for 13 years in the Rochester City School District and is currently coaching JV Volleyball at Spencerport High School.
 

Nicole Rivera
Assistant Coach
 


 


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Marilyn Glamack
Head Coach

Marilyn was a 4 year varsity starter at Victor High School. She has been MVP, player of the year, All Greater Rochester, and All State. After graduating in , Marilyn continued her career playing Division II volleyball at the College of Saint Rose in Albany, where she also earned MVP honors. After graduating college in with a Bachelor's degree in Spanish, Marilyn started her coaching career. She currently competes in adult tournaments throughout the year and plays beach volleyball all summer.

Mar started coaching at Mercy High School, doing modified for 2 years. After that, she took over JV for 2 seasons and is currently their JV coach. Marilyn assisted Paradigm 18's her first year, then head coached Paradigm 15's for 2. This past year she lived in California and coached for Momentous Volleyball Club out of Irvine.
 

Mike Harnden
Head Coach
Mike was previously the head coach of the girls varsity team at Aquinas High School.  This year he was named head coach of the Hilton Varsity Girls Volleyball team.  Mike has coached the last 2 seasons with Paradigm as head coach of the Uprising 12s and Rampage 13s.

 

Kailey Falk
Assistant Coach 

Kailey is a graduate of SUNY Fredonia where she played for the last 4 years.  Prior to that Kaily was a varsity starter for the Our Lade of Mercy HS volleyball team with Coach Denk.

 

 

 

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Aimee Spillman
Head Coach

Aime joins us for her first year as a Paradigm head coach.  She previouly was an assistant coach for two seasons.  She is a graduate from the SUNY Brockport, where she played as a libero/defensive specialist for the volleyball team during her 4 year college career there.  She also was an Assistant Coach for the Siena College volleyball team during the season.   She player her high school volleyball at Columbia High School, were she earned Suburban Council First Team Allstar during her senior year.

 

Alyse Wenzel
Assistant Coach

Alyse is a graduate from the University of Hartford, where she played as a middle blocker for the volleyball team during her 4 year college career there.  She was also a four-year letterwinner in volleyball at Hilton High School, having being named to All Greater Rochester her senior year.

 

Mandy Napierala
Assistant Coach

Mandy is a recent  graduate from the College of Charleston, where she played as a middle blocker for the indoor volleyball team ( - seasons) as well as the beach volleyball team ( seasons) during her college career there. She had started her collegiate career at Radford University ( - ) then transferred to College of Charleston to pursue a new major. She played her high school volleyball at West Irondequoit High School, having being named All-County First Team and All Tournament Team as well as team MVP her senior year ().  

 

Rampage 13s

Brooke Prieston
Head Coach

 

Megan Pasquantonio
Assistant Coach

 

 

Uprising 12s

Rebecca Anderson
Head Coach

Todd Howe
Assistant Coach

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