Course

Setting Clinic with Kaley (Kehoe) Crumley

  • Date: 3/30/2019
  • Time: 1:45 PM-3:15 PM
  • Level: Int/Adv
  • Cost: 50.00
  • Location: PCVC:105 Mallory Ct, Tyrone, GA 30290

Decription

A variety of setting techniques will be demonstrated including proper footwork, hand postiion and finish, posture, setting the outside, middle and right side, etc

Saturday, Jan 26
12:00p-1:30p - Age 12-14 
1:45p-3:15p - Age 15-18 

Sunday, Feb 10
12:00p-1:30p  - Age 14-18 

Saturday, Mar 30
12:00p-1:30p - Age 12-14 
1:45p-3:15p - Age 15-18 
 

Please be sure to register for the correct age range for your player.

 

Kaylee Crumley

Kaylee is currently the Chestatee High School (Gainesville, GA) Varsity Head Volleyball Coach.   In her first season, Chestatee finished with 13 wins and made it to the state playoffs and in her second season finished with 18 wins. 

During her high school years, Kaylee played at Whitewater high school, A5 Volleyball, and had the opportunity to represent her country by playing for the USA A2 Youth National Team. 

Her first college summer and volleyball season was played at Middle Tennessee State University where they went to the NCAA playoffs but lost in the first round to Ohio State.

She then transferred home to the University of Georgia were she was a 3 year starting setter. While at UGA, she had the opportunity to help build this SEC volleyball program back to national competitiveness.  In her junior season, the Bulldogs made it back to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in over 13 years and broke numerous season records. 

In 2015, she graduated from UGA with an undergraduate degree in Sport Management.

After graduation, Kaylee started a master’s degree program at UGA in Sport Management & Policy while working as Graduate Assistant.  Prior to her head coaching position at Chestatee, Kaylee was able to learn different coaching styles with two unique college teams. She was the assistant volleyball coach, strength trainer, and ultimately interim head coach at Truett McConnell College followed by a time spent as the assistant coach at Emmanuel College.