Kaylah Treanor

My love for this sport started when I was in third grade. My older sister had played volleyball and I always enjoyed watching her. When the YMCA offered volleyball for my age class, I signed up and from then on I was hooked.
All during my school years I played. Whether I was playing club or traveling, I gave it my all, and was an all-around player, playing libero and outside hitter. I was known for my serving and found out early on that I had a power serve.

While in High School I played multiple sports and received varsity letters in Volleyball, Tennis, Cheer and Dance. I had hoped to play volleyball in college but sadly during one of my games I suffered a knee injury and was rushed to the hospital. After surgery and rehab I made the difficult decision to not pursue playing.

After graduating high school in 2018 I moved to Florida. It’s here where I decided I truly missed the game and wanted to be involved in the sport any way I could.
I am very excited about my first year in coaching. My goal is to help my players raise their confidence and teach them skills as an individual and as a team player by motivating and encouraging them the way my coaches did me. To believe in themselves, to give it their best while also having fun on the court