We have sessions throughout the summer for age group and ability levels, are taking reservations now and will be filled on a first-come / first-serve basis. If a session is full, please contact coach Kris to be placed on the waiting list. Fees will be collected at the first day of each session. To register, please click our registration button or email email@example.com to join our notification list.
Kris Keller was “born” into volleyball. His father, Val, was the U.S. National Women’s and Men’s team coach, the National Technical Director of Canada, the National Technical Director of the USVBA, the author of one of the firstRead Bio
Kris Keller was “born” into volleyball. His father, Val, was the U.S. National Women’s and Men’s team coach, the National Technical Director of Canada, the National Technical Director of the USVBA, the author of one of the first books on volleyball, the author of the National Technical Journal, and traveled the world running coaching clinics for the IVBF (International Federation of Volleyball). Kris played high school volleyball in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada and club ball for the Onion Patch Volleyball Club winning the Canadian Jr. National Championships two years in a row. After moving to Huntington Beach, CA, Kris joined the Tiger Volleyball Club, winning the U.S. Junior championship that year. Kris received a VB scholarship to the Division 1 University, SDSU, playing setter for three years, then moving to outside hitter during their rebuilding program his senior year. Kris has been coaching both Soccer and Volleyball for 15 years with eleven years in Volleyball starting with work at MVHS’s JV program in 2005. In 2005-2006, the volleyball club Vibe was established with its first 15-1 Power team. In the Fall of 2006, Kris accepted the position of JV coach at Bentley School in Lafayette. In 2007, he took over their women’s varsity program and has coached there year for six years. Currently, Kris was busy with running Vibe’s fall ball program with over 175 players ages 9-14 (What fun!!) Kris now runs club Vibe, coaches a couple of teams, runs many of the practices, organizes clinics, cheers for everyone, and just loves the game. And just a side note, during the day, he works in a lab developing new technologies in free-electron generation for some tbd application and in a external heat engine design to change the world’s power generation methodology.