Krystal Rodriguez born in Stockton raised a country kid. My childhood was volleyball. By the age of 4 I learned how to hit a ball against our house, courtesy of my aunt who would have been 16 at the time. That’s where it all began.
I have a total of 30+ years of experience in volleyball, on and off the court and on both sides. But if we’re being honest I was in a diaper on the court being chased off by the coach.
I played club volleyball for 10 years starting at age 8 and ending at 18, only playing for Impact volleyball club. I also played in school from 7th-12th.
Lloyd C. Engle award winner, an elite senior athlete award for graduating class.
Started coaching in 2011 at Escalon High and went straight into coaching club, starting with head coach for Valley Heat 15's. Moved on to coach for Pacific Coast and eventually hung up club for a couple years and now have decided to put that hat on again. I had coached consecutive seasons for 10 years.
Coaching 5 teams both club and high school and each one has been successful in either their league or tournament, winning championships.
While coaching I was also raising three girls on and off the court. My oldest two went through club from 13’s-18’s and have sense graduated. Now my youngest starts her journey.
This is my passion and I'm happy to be apart of a club that shares my interests and heart in the game and it's young athletes.