Born in Toledo, Ohio, Coach Patty Ader and now resides in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where she is a Instructional Coach with the Albuquerque Public Schools. She was a dual scholar athlete in college, earning both softball and volleyball scholarships at the University of Toledo. She was inducted into the University of Toledo's Athletic Hall of Fame. This is her 24th year coaching; she first started coaching high school student-athletes in Ohio. She also coached club in New Jersey with DIGS Volleyball Club and has been a coach with ARVC since 2002. Coach Patty is currently the co-club director. She will be heading the 12's National team. Coach Patty holds USAV-IMPACT and NFHS Level 1 certifications in volleyball coaching.
"Have fun, work hard, dream big!" - Patty Ader
Senobia is entering her 9th year at the organization. After starting her affiliation as a parent of a player for two years, ARVC quickly recruited Senobia for her administrative, payroll, and program planning skills. She volunteered in 2007 and 2008 before becoming a full time administrator.
Since 2009, Senobia has managed facility schedules, coaching assignments, marketing, fundraising, and community involvement and has led ARVC to many milestones.
During her tenure, ARVC has more than doubled in size, increasing from 12 teams in 2009 to 30 teams in 2018.
She has also increased fundraising efforts. In her first year at the club, she significantly improved a fundraising deal that gave parents an opportunity to earn commission for working a concession stand at the Albuquerque Isotopes baseball games. In the first year, parents were able to work at 20 games. This year, parents had the opportunity to work every game. She also added fundraising opportunities like working concerts at the Isleta Amphitheater, and selling banner ads, candy bars and candles.
"I am a firm believer in honesty, integrity, work ethic, humility and respect for others. It is my goal to instill these values in our youth athletes" says Szuch.
Senobia, a Rio Rancho, New Mexico native, is also an administrator for The Athlete's Playground (TAP). ARVC's partnership with TAP has improved physical fitness and vertical jump training for the athletes. She also does software development and repairs for Fixamac. Her daughter, Catalina, played at ARVC for two years in 2007 and 2008 and is starting her first year of coaching in the 2019 season.
"Listen with curiosity. Speak with honesty. Act with integrity." Roy T. Bennett
Lisa Beauchene enters her first season as Recruiting Coordinator for ARVC. She comes to ARVC after directing in 2015 and coaching and serving on the Board of Directors from 2007-2015 for New Mexico Juniors.
Lisa was an Assistant Volleyball Coach for the University of New Mexico from 2005-2007 and 2008-2015. While at UNM, she helped lead the Lobos to two NCAA Tournament appearances, coached seven AVCA All-Americans, two ESPN/Capital One Academic All-Americans and the team received two AVCA Team Academic awards. In 2012, she was a recipient of the AVCA Top 30 Under 30 award.
Prior to coaching at UNM, Lisa played four years at Sacramento State University where she was a four-time all-Big Sky Conference selection, including a three-time unanimous first team choice and the league's MVP during her senior season.
The Auburn, Washington native also earned Big Sky Tournament MVP on three occasions, AVCA All-Pacific Region honors in 2003 and was named Big Sky Player of the Week nine times during her career. During her senior season, Lisa received Sacramento State Senior Female Student-Athlete of the Year and Big Sky Scholar-Athlete honors.
Following her playing career, Lisa was a student assistant at Sacramento State for the 2005 season and helped coach the team to a Big Sky title and NCAA berth. She continued her coaching experience with the Sacramento State Women's Club Volleyball Team who she coached to a 24-12 record, placing 23rd at the NIRSA championships and earning All NCCVL League honors for two players.
She earned her master’s in Sport Administration at UNM in 2007.
Geoff is in his second year of head coaching at ARVC. This season, he is coaching the 15 National 1 team and also serving as Director of Training and Development. He is a very energetic coach, providing motivational tools to the players and offering helpful coaching tips to fellow coaches.
Geoff started his volleyball career as a setter at Colorado State University and finished at Sam Houston State University. He continued to compete in the menâ??s division at USAV Open Nationals after his collegiate years.
Geoff started his coaching career in 1996 at the junior level with NASA Juniors. He spent two years as an assistant coach at Alvin Community College in 1998 and 1999 and then at Sam Houston State University in 2001 and 2002. From 2009 through 2017, Geoff served as the club director for New Mexico Juniors and Head Coach for several National teams. During his tenure at New Mexico Juniors and his first year at ARVC with the 11 National 1 team, he has coached seven teams that qualified and attended USAV Girls Junior National Championships.
Geoff holds USAV-CAP1 and AAU-PCI certifications and was a finalist for the 2015 Positive Coaching Alliance Double Goal Award.
Geoff is from Houston, Texas and currently resides in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
"If you're not making mistakes, then you're not doing anything. I'm positive that a doer makes mistakes" - John Wooden
Born in Aoa, American Samoa, Coach Tavake Misailegalu resides in Albuquerque, New Mexico where he is semi-retired from the United States Army. He is currently employed with ARVC and is a volleyball official with the New Mexico Athletic Association (NMAA). Coach Tavake started his volleyball career while in the military, competing in many areas of the world (Europe, Far East, U.S., including Hawai’i) and continued in various regions under USAV (SC, PM, AH, RM). He has been coaching for more than 13 years, starting with the US Army overseas (both men’s and women’s teams) and TG Sandhausen Junior Volleyball Club. While stationed in Hawai’i, he was head coach of Hawaii’s Army team for 4 years. This past summer, Coach Tavake took the leading role and established ARVC inaugural Sand Volleyball Program. His dedication and detail to success has made this sand program contribute positively to young volleyball student-athletes. Coach Tavake will be entering his 8th year with ARVC, where he will direct the Rebels Academy Program and head a 14 National team plus assist a 16 National team. He holds a USAV-IMPACT certification in volleyball coaching.
“When the student is ready to learn…the teacher will appear. Never look down on someone unless you’re offering to help them up. STAND UP…LOOK UP…NEVER GIVE UP!” - Tavake Misailegalu
Born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii. Coach Fred Ader spent most of his time in the United States Air Force, retiring here in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He is currently working for the State of New Mexico as Disabled Veteran Outreach Specialist, assisting service-connected disabled veteran with employment or other services. He is currently active with New Mexico Athletic Association (NMAA) and National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) DII volleyball officiating. Catch Fred has been involved with the sport for more than 26 years, competing overseas with the military and throughout the southwest of the United States. He has been coaching for more 21 years and has been with ARVC when they first established in 1998. Under his leadership and knowledge for the game, his teams reached the USAV Girl's Junior National Championships for the last six years. Coach Fred will be heading two national teams (16N3 and 14N1) alongside with highly qualified assistant coaches. He currently holds USAV-CAP2 and AAU-PCI certifications in volleyball coaching.
"Defeat is just a phase; challenges are forever" - Fred Ader
Born in Fort Knoxs, Kentucky, Barbara has dedicated the last 7 years to ARVC as an administrator and loving supporter of all teams, making her the backbone of the organization. Her selfless and giving nature contributes to the family atmosphere that defines the culture of ARVC.
Barbara has 2 daughters, Jeri and Jennifer Garcia, who played at ARVC during their high school years. They both went on to play in college and are now coaching at ARVC.
Born in Sun Valley, Idaho, Coach Natalie Arvizu resides in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where she is employed at the New Mexico Court of Appeals. She played her prep volleyball at Manzano High School as a varsity outside hitter for 4 years. She was recruited to Florida Southern College, a NCAA DII nationally ranked program, where she played for 4 years. She continued her volleyball career at West Virginia University on the womenâ??s club team while studying Law. Coach Natalieâ??s coaching background started in Florida where she instructed an 18U team at Southern Select. Her passion and drive for the sport is genuine and she loves seeing her student-athletes grow both as players and people. This is her 5th year coaching with ARVC, and she is Co-Head Coaching a 18's National team with Juliana Todescan. She holds a USAV-CAP2 certification in volleyball coaching.
"The first thing is to love your sport. Never do it to please someone else. It has to be yours."- Peggy Fleming
Born and raised in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Coach Juliana Todescan now resides in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where she teaches foreign language classes at the University of New Mexico. Coach Juliana started her volleyball career in Brazil and competed at the NAIA level at John Brown University. Her skills for the game accumulated many honors: 1st Team Conference and Region (3 years), Honor All-American (2 years), All-American (Junior & Senior), Region Setter of the Year (3 years), MVP Player Region (2 years), Best Newcomer of the Region (Sophomore), and Female-Athlete of the Year (2 years). Coach Juliana began her coaching at Ozark Juniors Volleyball Club, instructing 14Ã¢??s, and 17Ã¢??s teams. Her detail to instruction, setting skills, and knowledge has surpassed all expectations of others. This will be her 3rd year coaching with ARVC, where she will be head coach for 15N2,13 Rebels Academy and Co-Coaching 18N1. She holds USAV-IMPACT and NFHS Level 1 certifications in volleyball coaching.
"Train yourself to listen to that small voice inside of you that tells you what is important and what is not." - Juliana
Born and raised in Roswell, New Mexico, Coach Eric Zamora resides in Los Lunas, where he is employed with Los Lunas Public Schools as an educator at Valencia High School, teaching biology, human anatomy, and physiology. Coach Eric has been involved in volleyball for more than 30 years. This year marks his 13th year as Head Coach and 3rd year with Valencia High School Varsity Volleyball team. His coaching experience also includes serving as an assistant coach for 7 years at New Mexico Highlands University and coaching 12's through 14's teams for Demolition Crew VBC in Roswell. Coach Erics overall record is 194-88 in 12 years. His experience and achievements have earned him many honors, including multiple "Coach of the Year" awards, multiple District Championships, State Runner-Ups, and NMAA State Championship at Pojoaque High School. This will be his 3rd year coaching with ARVC, where he will be heading the 15U2 National team and mentoring both the National and local coaches. He holds USAV-IMPACT and NFHS Level 2 certifications in volleyball coaching.
"Discipline yourself so others won't have to." - John Wooden
Born in Las Vegas, New Mexico and raised in Roswell, NM, Coach Jonathan Zamora currently resides in Los Lunas, where he is employed with Scribe America as a medical scribe. Coach Jonathan has grown up around the sport of volleyball, following his father, Eric Zamora, who was the Head Coach at Pojoaque High School. He currently competes in adult leagues and tournaments, staying active in the sport. Coach Jonathan started his coaching in Roswell, where he coached for Demolition Crew Volleyball Club. He is currently the Head Coach for the Valencia High School's JV team. This will be his 3rd year coaching with ARVC, where he will be assisting both the 17's and 15's National teams under the guidance of Coach Eric Zamora. He holds USAV-IMPACT and NFHS Level 1 certifications in volleyball coaching.
"Good, better, best. Never let it rest until good is better and better is best." - Adlai Stevenson
Born in El Paso, Texas and raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Coach Ashley is a well-known volleyball figure in the state of New Mexico. She started her volleyball career playing in middle and high school and went on to play at the collegiate level at the University of New Mexcio (UNM). Coach Ashleyâ??s skills and talent on the volleyball court earned her a spot on the USA A2 National team. Her leadership and knowledge of the game is shown remarkably through her accolades. She was named the New Mexico 4A/5A Player of the Year and earned a spot on the All-Academic team. During her collegiate years, she was named several times as the Mountain West Conference (MWC) Player of the Week She also earned a spot on the MWC All-Academic team and MWC All-Conference team. Her talent was also recognized through the American Coaches Volleyball Association (AVCA), as she earned a spot on the AVCA All-West team and was an AVCA All-American Honorable Mention. While competing at the National level, Coach Ashley won the USAV National A2 Championships. Her coaching background started during her collegiate years when she coached at the club and high school levels with New Mexico Juniors and La Cueva High School. After graduation from UNM, she was appointed as the student assistant to UNM Volleyball, and was later hired as an assistant coach at Eastern New Mexico University. This is Coach Ashley 2nd year with ARVC, where she will be heading both 17â??s and 16â??s National teams alongside with quality assistant coaches. She holds USAV-IMPACT and NFHS Level 1 certifications in volleyball coaching.
"Around here, we don't look backwards for very long. Ee keep moving forward, opening up new doors and doing new things because we're curious, and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths." - Walt Disney
Born in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Coach Camilo Garcia is currently employed as a Chemical Packaging Supervisor at DPC. He has two daughters who are active in volleyball both competing in college. Coach Camilo started his volleyball career at the adult level, competing in local leagues. He became interested in coaching, while taking his daughters to volleyball practices and games and watching them excel. Coach Camilo is a passionate volleyball coach and has sharpened his coaching skill at the Skill Train Play (STP) Program with 14U players. This will be his 5th year with ARVC, where he will be heading the 12's Regional team alongside Coach Melissa Melendez. He holds USAV-IMPACT and NFHS Level 1 certifications in volleyball coaching.
"You can teach someone a job, give them the best tools and place to work, but you can't teach them to give a damn; that comes from within." - Unknown
Born and raised in Rio Rancho, New Mexico, Coach Jayla Trombley is currently employed with Rio Rancho Public Schools as a high school teacher. Coach Jayla started her volleyball career playing in middle school and high school and went on to play at the collegiate level at Barry University in Florida. During her prep years at Rio Rancho High School, Coach Jayla played 4 years of Varsity as an outside hitter and middle blocker, contributing to two NMAA State Championships, earning All-Metro Player of the Year, and placing in the top 50 of the Under Armor Watch List. Coach Jayla earned full athletic scholarships to both UNM, where she played for 1 year, and Barry University, where she was the team captain for 3 years and was honored as the Most Valuable Player in 2015. Coach Jayla started her coaching career with the New Mexico Juniors Club in 2011. She is currently the assistant Varsity coach at Cibola High School and has been with ARVC for 3 years. Coach Jayla will be assisting a 17's National team under the guidance of Coach Ashley Rhoades. She holds USAV-IMPACT and NFHS Level 1 certifications in volleyball coaching.
"Your nerves are just your body's way of telling you, you're ready. Ready to take on anything and anyone."- Steve Hendricks (Barry University, Head Coach)
Born and raised in Vietnam, Coach Minh Tran moved to the United States in 1975 and now resides Albuquerque, New Mexico, where he is employed at Ray Flooring. Coach Minh Started his volleyball career playing volleyball at Eldorado High School from 1980-1984. He continued competing with the University of New Mexico's mens club and USAV volleyball teams, where he displayed his setting skills with precise accuracy and speed. Coach Minh's coaching career started at Rio Grande High School. He later went on to coach at St. Pius High School and then instructed boys volleyball at Eldorado High School until 1990. During his tenure at St. Pius, Coach Minh assisted the Varsity team in capturing the 4A State Championships. Coach Minh will be entering his 35th year of coaching. This will be his 3rd year coaching with ARVC, where he will be heading a 16s National team. He holds a USAV-IMPACT certification in volleyball coaching.
"Play hard, have fun" - Minh Tran
Born and raised in Vietnam, Coach Cong Tran came to the United States in 1975 and now resides in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where he is employed with De Vore Aviation as a mechanical engineer. Coach Cong started his volleyball career playing volleyball at Eldorado High School as a setter and an outside hitter from 1981-1983. He continued his career, playing at the club level with Team Tribe Men's Volleyball Club for several years until 2010. His skills and knowledge for the game have helped many young athletes to better understand the sport. Coach Cong will be entering his 37th year of coaching. He started at the adult level at the Sports Physical Therapy and moved on to the junior circuit with Team Tribe Volleyball Club and Rio West Volleyball Club. He is presently the head coach at South Valley Academy. This is Coach Cong 2nd year with ARVC, where he will be assisting a 16's National team alongside his brother, Coach Minh. He holds a USAV-IMPACT certification in volleyball coaching.
"Take chances, make mistakes, and get messy." - The Magic School Bus
Born and raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Coach Justin Trancosta is currently employed with Sandia Resort and Casino and has been a Count Team Member for the past 4 years. Coach Justin started his volleyball career competing at the adult level with Team Tribe Volleyball Club and participating in local volleyball leagues. Coach Justin competed at the USAV Open National Championships every year since 2011 at the Men's BB level. His talent as an outside hitter brings a skillset that enhances players' transitions and power. This is Coach Justine 2nd year with ARVC, where he will be training and assisting a 16 National team alongside Coach Minh. He holds a USAV-IMPACT certification in volleyball coaching.
"Impossible is nothing." Unknown
Born and raised in Tucumcari, New Mexico, Coach Dominic Lopez resides in Albuquerque, where he is currently a student at the University of New Mexico. Coach Dominic is currently active in adult volleyball, competing in local leagues and tournaments and playing college intramural sports. He brings tremendous understanding for the game, which helps develop team continuity. This is Coach Dominic's 5th year with ARVC, where he will be assisting the 14's National team under the instruction of Coach Geoff. He holds a USAV-IMPACT certification in volleyball coaching.
"It's hard to beat a person who never gives up." - Babe Ruth
Mackenzie Clark is entering her third season coaching at ARVC and fifth year overall. She started her coaching career in Utah for Club V, then Club VOS in Arizona before returning home to coach for ARVC.
The Rio Rancho High School standout outside hitter started her playing career at the age of 8 and finished at Wayland Baptist University. For Rio Rancho, Mackenzie garnered many awards, including three All-District, three Albuquerque All-Metro, two All-State and a state championship.
Mackenzie is currently the JV Head Coach for Albuquerque Academy and Manager for a local Keva Juice.
"Just Keep Swimming!" -Dory from Finding Nemo
bio coming soon