Megan graduated from Timberline High School in 2008, where she lettered her freshman year as a multi-sport athlete playing both volleyball (setter/libero) and softball (3rd 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 3rd year as Assistant Volleyball Coach at Timberline High School. This will be Megan’s 2nd club coaching season as she was our 2016-17 Oly Reign 15 Blue team Head Coach. She is very excited to continue locally with Oly Reign!
Pam started playing volleyball in middle school in Southern California. She played club volleyball with Ichiban VBC out of Long Beach, California and had the opportunity to train with coaches Butch May and Lee Maes and play with many Olympians and AVP players. She played at Lakewood High School in Southern California where she made varsity as a freshman. After high school received a scholarship to the University of California, Riverside where she was the team captain for 2 years and made multiple all-tournament teams. She also received the NCAA Leadership award her junior year. Pam has played in 5 USAV National Tournaments and continues to play with a women’s team out of Spokane, Washington. Pam’s coaching experience includes 6 years of club and junior college. After undergrad, Pam attended Gonzaga University School of Law. She currently is the Court Administrator for Superior Court in Thurston County.