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Coach Dal

Coach Dal began coaching volleyball 15 years ago when his middle daughter’s travel team needed a coach. He has coached for Brick City Volleyball for the last 13 years. His coaching Philosophy is” To compete without sacrificing class or integrity; while caring about the person more than the athlete” His teams have won a variety of tournaments including a National Qualifier in 2014 and qualified for the Girls Junior Nationals twice. Coach Dal took over a Chatham Central High school team in 2015 that had not had a winning season in a number of years and was without a conference title since 1996. In 2015, CCHS finished as Conference and Tournament Champions and Coach Dal received the Conference Coach of the Year award. In 2017, the Bears were co-conference champions and coach Dal was conference Coach of the Year. 
Coach Dal’s Passion is the development of young people through the sport of volleyball. Coach Dal coaches so he does’nt have to grow up. Coach Dal is CAP II certified through USA Volleyball and received a Bachelor’s degree from East Carolina University. He currently lives in Sanford NC with his wife Cara of 31 years and has three grown daughters 

 

 COACH MOE

Coach Moe has coached for over 30 years, starting with adults and now with juniors and collegiately. After playing and coaching his military teams while serving in the US Army, Coach Moe found a passion for coaching juniors starting with a County Rec team in 2012. From there, he started coaching with Sandhills Volleyball club and has coached with them for the past six years. During his time with Sandhills VBC, he had two teams qualify for the USAV Girls Junior National Championships. They first played in the 15U American Division in 2014, and then again in the 16U National Division in 2015. Coach Moe is Cap I certified through USAV 
In 2013, Coach Moe was hired to coach the Freedom Christian Academy junior varsity volleyball team, and in 2015 he took over as the varsity coach. The varsity team was undefeated in their conference in both 2015 and 2017. Coach Moe was selected as Coach of the Year for both seasons. In 2018, Coach Moe was hired to coach and start a brand new volleyball program at Fayetteville Technical Community College. This program will allow many local players to continue their volleyball careers beyond high school. The team is competing in the NJCAA Div2, Region 10. Coach Moe graduated from Fayetteville Tech with an AAS in Electronic Engineering. He has four children, twin girls who attend NC State University and boys that are 14 and 12 yrs old who attend Liberty Christian Academy. He works as a Wireless Engineer for Cape Fear Valley Health System  . 

A lot of changes are happening this year for me as a coach. After spending some great years in two phenomenal programs, Freedom Christian Academy and Sandhills Volleyball Club, I am taking on some big challenges. The first was starting a new program at FTCC and the second a new Club with L2 Volleyball. Both these are being done in partnership with a fantastic coach and even better friend in Coach Dal. Our philosophies are very similar. Teaching and growing the game on the court, but more importantly molding these players to be better people off the court. Coaching is a passion, one we both possess. I’m very excited to begin this adventure
— Coach Moe
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COACH JAE

Coach Jae has been coaching for the past six years coaching various age groups from 13-18 with a variety of tournament wins under her belt. After playing for Triton High School and Methodist University, she coached for HVAC of Lillington, Sandhills Volleyball Club of Fayetteville, and has recently started her high school coaching career with the Gray's Creek Bears. While playing four years at Methodist, Coach Jae had 1,360 kills and 145 service aces. Both are among the best in school history. She was named second team All-USA South once and third team three times. She graduated from Methodist with a bachelor's degree in 2012 and currently works at Fayetteville Orthopedics and Sports Medicine. Coach Jae lives in Fayetteville with her five-year-old daughter Chloee.  

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Jessica (full name here) has been coaching volley ball for three years. She coached 16s for two years and has assisted with girls ages 13-18. This past year, she has served as a volunteer assistant coach for the Fayetteville Technical Community College volley ball program.

Coach Jess played under Coach Moe on a national team for three years qualifying for the Girls Junior National Championships two years.

Jess also played at Grays Creek High school from 2013-2017 as a libero and was awarded conference and region player of the year. After high school she continued her volleyball career at Fayetteville State University as a libero and also at Fayetteville Technical Community College as a libero and outside hitter where she was awarded second team all.

Coach Jess’ coaching philosophy revolves around team work and building each other up. She aims to grow her players as people while pushing them as athletes. Her main goal is to help her athletes give the best version of themselves to the team and game. Jess is excited to be coaching at L2 again alongside two of her previous coaches and now mentors, Coach Moe and Coach Dal.