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 Carla Ponn, Volleyball Trainer

Radford University- 1990-1994:  Played volleyball as Outside Hitter. Head Coach at Hidden Valley High School with the highest winning record in the state of Virginia. Her teams have made it to 9 state final- four appearances, 11 District Championships, 8 Regional Championships, 5 regional runner-up and three state runner- up finishes in 2008, 2012 and 2015. The Titans were State Champions in 2013 and 2016. Carla has been named District Coach of the Year and Regional Coach of the Year 8 times, respectively.  She has been named All State Coach of the Year, All Timesland Coach of the Year and the All Star Coach for the West team for VHSCA. She is currently the Roanoke United 14 Red Coach where her team has had multiple successful and winning seasons over the years.

 Mackenzie Tyree, Volleyball Trainer

Mackenzie was a standout volleyball player for Roanoke College, and was named to the All-ODAC Third Team and All-ODAC Tournament Team.  We are excited to have Mackenzie train at Spectrum as she brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to our staff!

 Todd Lynn, Volleyball Trainer

Todd has been involved with volleyball for close to 20 years. He started playing club at Liberty University and then began coaching soon after graduating. Todd was an assistant coach for LCA when they won a VISAA state championship in 2007 and then as head coach, led the Lady Bulldogs to two straight VISAA State runner-up finishes in 2008 and 2009. He has also coached JV at Hidden Valley in Roanoke, VA for one season. Most recently Todd was the Varsity head coach at Alleghany High School in Covington, VA for two seasons in 2016-2017. Todd has given private and small group lessons for a few years and loves helping athletes reach their full potential.