Meet The Coaches
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Coach Brittany Boerigter
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Brittany Boerigter grew up in Lincoln Nebraska where she started playing volleyball in 8th grade after being cut from the team in 7th grade. She went not to play 2 years of club volleyball in High School as well has making the Varsity team her Junior and Senior year, where here team played there way into state for the first time in school history. Brittany was a multi sport athlete in High school playing 4 years of Varsity basketball as well as participating in track and field. She tore her ACL her Junior year which is where the spark of coaching starting. She Coached an in coming freshman team in summer league as she could not participate in playing herself. After graduating from High school Brittany moved to Kansas City attending Avila University where she played volleyball and basketball. She was team captain her Senior year of volleyball. Brittany Graduated in ’08 with he B.S. in Sports Science. She then went on to be the GA at Avila University for the ’08 & ’09 seasons.
Since leaving Avila Brittany coached at two different clubs making her way into assistant director roles. From there she had a spark to start a club in 2018 that focuses on learning volleyball fundamentals the correct way as well as teaching girls to find the passion to play volleyball for themselves and their team.
June of 2020 Brittany was named Head Varsity Coach at Notre Dame de Sion High School in Kansas City Mo. She lead the team to their first District win and State appearance since 2005, in 2021 she lead the team to finish 4th in Missouri Class 3 State tournament.
Brittany said “I want to teach girls who love the sport of volleyball that want to have fun. Remind them to always play for the girl girl that fell in love with the game. Play for her!”
Coach Stephanie Finnerty
tephanie started playing volleyball in 4th grade after making a deal with her parents, she then went on to play volleyball all 4 years at Shawnee Mission North and played club for Southwind Rising, under Rachel Magana. She moved on to play Libero for the Varsity KU Club Team with her team ranking as high as 18th in the nation.
After college, Stephanie came back to Southwind to coach for 6 years and eventually found a home with Legacy Jrs. She has been a head coach for 8 years, coaching all ages 13-18; sending a number of players to play in college.
Stephanie’s favorite thing about coaching is developing players and inspiring a love for the game. She believes It takes more than just skill; but hard work and a passion for the game to truly become a good athlete and team player
Coach Katie Green
Katie Green has been around volleyball since she was very young. Her mother coached high school volleyball, she was always at the practices shagging balls, trying to pass to herself or the high schoolers were tossing balls to her getting touches and knowledge. Katie was a four year starter in high school and played where ever needed until I settled into setting her junior or senior year. Katie played club volleyball starting my sophomore year of high school.
From High School Katie went on to play on scholarship at Missouri Baptist as a setter and went with the team to the NAIA national tournament my senior year.
Her playing career pretty much ended after college, she worked as the sports information director for the men's and women's indoor volleyball teams at Missouri Baptist and then the women's indoor and beach teams at University of Louisiana at Monroe. Katie now continues to work with men's and women's college volleyball in sports information/athletic communications to this day but at the NAIA national office instead of at one specific school. So she gets to attend the national championship and tell the story of what happens there.
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