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GCU Women's Club Volleyball

Welcome to GCU Women’s Club Volleyball

The GCU women’s club volleyball program provides an opportunity for students to stay competitive in the game, meet new friends, travel to different states and take pride in representing their university, while focusing on earning their degrees. We strive to provide a positive, energetic student experience and create memories that last a lifetime.

Currently, the GCU club volleyball program has two teams and looks to expand that quickly to create more opportunities for student involvement. Women’s club volleyball consists of an offseason in the fall and a competitive season in the spring. We compete locally against in-state junior colleges, four-year colleges and club programs. We compete in leagues and tournaments as well as in-house competitions. Travel to Nevada, Colorado and California for intercollegiate competition provides unique, positive team experiences and an opportunity to promote Grand Canyon University to the public.

We are excited about the future of GCU women’s club volleyball as we work toward postseason play and the opportunity to compete at the Club Volleyball National Tournament.

Pay your Women’s Club Volleyball dues here.

GCU Women’s Club Volleyball Schedules

Showing 2018-2019

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No Results for 2018-2019

GCU Women’s Club Volleyball Roster

  • Alyssa Brown
  • Olivia Brunt
  • Angie Castenada
  • Paris Duncan
  • Lo Herrera
  • Megan Kosky
  • Peyton Leonard
  • Ayla Lopez
  • Maddi McDaniels
  • Keighan Miller
  • Malia Papineau
  • Stacey Poppe
  • Alex Reeves
  • DD Rigano
  • Tae Scott
  • Ali Smenos
  • Sarah Sperbeck
  • Lauren Wiebe
  • Abby Williams
  • Delilah Williams

GCU Women’s Club Volleyball Coaching Staff

Kristine Naber

Head Coach
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Kristine Naber played collegiate volleyball at Grand Canyon University as a setter and was named to the NAIA and ASICS All-America teams. She traveled to China in the summer of 1987 with USA Volleyball and competed as a setter. In 1995, Coach Naber became head coach at GCU, where she coached at the NCAA Division I and II levels for 21 years. Coach Naber coached all-conference players, all-region players and All-Americans. In Division II, she gained recognition for leading a team ranked in the nation’s top 25. Coach Naber ran summer youth clinics for the past 25 years for ages 7 to 18, directing all skills and individual skills, and instructing private lessons and clinics for various skill levels.