Megan graduated from Timberline High School in 2008, where she lettered her freshman year as a multi-sport athlete playing both volleyball (setter) and softball (third base). Megan’s most proud volleyball honors are: first team all-league, Olympia’s all-area team, and a member of the All-State team. Club volleyball taught her the fundamentals and provided competitive experiences that pushed her to become a better athlete and person. Megan attended Washington State University where she received her B.A. in Education with an Endorsement in Middle Level Mathematics. She currently teaches 8th grade math at Komachin Middle School and is in her second year as Assistant Volleyball Coach at Timberline High School. This will be her first club coaching season and she is very excited to spend it locally with Oly Reign!
Brenna graduated from Capital High School in 2009, where she was a three sport athlete, competing in volleyball, basketball, and track and field. She earned MVP in 2008, and later went on to play collegiate volleyball. Peterson started her collegiate career at North Idaho College and helped her team in 2010 win the league and regular-season championship, and complete its season 5th in the nation. She went on to compete for Western Oregon in 2011 and earned her degree there in 2013. In 2014, Brenna returned to Olympia and played her last season of eligibility at Saint Martin’s University, later became the assistant coach during the 2015 season, and continues to work towards her Master’s Degree in Education there today. Brenna was also the Head coach of the PSVBA U15 team last year, and is very excited for the opportunity to be one of the coaches for the 15-2 team, as well as a part of the new club, Olympia Reign!