WEBER ELITE DIRECTORS

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RANAE DAVIS

Club Director

Playing Experience: 2020-21 Currently preparing for the Frontier Conference volleyball tournament, the University of Providence is the #1 seed (and defending tournament champions). Good Luck Renae!!!

2019-20: Named Academic All-Conference. Named Daktronics NAIA Scholar-Athlete. Played 28 games, started 13. Recorded 320 assists, 210 digs, 106 kills, ten blocks and ten aces.

Transferred from Laramie County Community College. Recorded 375 assists and 135 digs in her career at LCCC. During her tenure she won the Region 9 North twice and finished 10th and 9th in Nationals, respectively. 

 

Was all-conference and 5A Utah All-State 1st team, where her team finished 3rd. Had 766 assists, 255 digs and 58 aces in high school. For track she was a state qualifier in multiple events throughout high school.

Coaching Experience: Started coaching at Weber High School Fall 2020 as the Sophmore coach, after a coaching change Ranae was named the Weber High School Head Volleyball coach Spring of 2021.

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JASON BARKER

Club Director

Playing Experience: Before coaching volleyball he started playing sand volleyball in high school.  After returning home from his mission he played 3 years of Club Volleyball for Weber State University, highlighted by a trip to Nationals his Jr. year.

Coaching Experience: Jason co-founded Spikers Volleyball Club in 2013. After playing at Weber Jason has been very involved with volleyball and sports, overseeing the LDS Sports Program in the local area for the past 15 years. This will be Jason's sixth year coaching for Spikers and he loves every minute of it.

Philosophy: Club volleyball can be an exciting and fun opportunity for your child to learn new skills, make new friends, and have fun. As fun as it can be for your child, different expectations from the coach, parent(s), and player can take away from that positive experience in a number of ways.  We believe the players will gain confidence and a love for the game through positive feedback from parents, coaches, and teammates. Skill level develops at different rates for kids, but effort and having fun can always be achieved.  We will always try to provide positive feedback for effort.