Coach Senchak is in his third year as head coach of the Loudoun County High School Varsity volleyball program. Previously, he led the Tuscarora High School program for two seasons, earning a state championship in his second season with the program. He also led the Dominion High School Volleyball program for five years, taking a nondescript program and leading the Titans to the first Conference championship in the school's history. John has also coached with several clubs in Northern Virginia throughout the past nine years. Coach Senchak began playing two-man volleyball on the beaches of the Mediterranean while assigned to Athens, Greece, and has played competitively for more than 15 years. He has also coached youth hockey, baseball, and football. Coach Senchak is a retired U.S. Army First Sergeant, having served with Intelligence and Special Operations Commands.
2019: Virginia Class 4 State Champions (Loudoun County High School)
2019: Virginia 4A Coach of the Year
2019: Region 4C and Dulles District Coach of the Year (Loudoun County High School)
2018: Virginia Class 4 State Champions (Loudoun County High School)
2018: Virginia 4A Coach of the Year
2018: Region 4C and Dulles District Coach of the Year (Loudoun County High School)
2018: Head Coach, Loudoun County High School Volleyball
2017: Virginia 5A State Champions (Tuscarora High School)
2017: Virginia 5A Coach of the Year
2016: 5A Conference 14 Champions, VA State Semi-Finalists (Tuscarora High School)
2015: Conference 21 East Coach of the Year
2015: 4A Conference 21 Champions (Dominion High School)
2021 Lesson/ Clinic Coach
Former Head Coach, Riverside High School Volleyball
2016 Conference Champions
2015 Conference Champions. Advanced through the Regionals round of HS Varsity playoffs.
Coach Ingersoll was the head coach of the Riverside High School Volleyball program; she has also coached Varsity softball in the past at three area high schools. During her high school career at Stone Bridge, she was selected to the all-district, all-region, and all-state teams multiple times between the two sports. Coach Ingersoll began her college career at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she played softball for two seasons. She transferred to West Chester University to play both volleyball and softball. At West Chester, Coach Ingersoll set several school and Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) softball records, including marks for single-season home runs, single-season and career batting average, slugging percentage and on-base percentage. She was named the PSAC East Player of the Year.
Coach Ingersoll manages the club's lessons and clinics throughout the year.
2021 U16 Coach
Coach T will be the assistant varsity coach at Loudoun County High School this season and has coached previously in both North Carolina and Tennessee, helping coach Christian Academy of Knoxville to a State semi-final appearance in 2013. Coach T played multiple sports growing up but ultimately chose to focus on volleyball and softball earning three varsity letters in both sports, as well as various conference, district, and state accolades, including Final Four and State Runner Up appearances in volleyball. After taking a hiatus during college to focus on academics, she found outdoor volleyball while earning her Master's degree at the University of Tennessee and has played competitive grass and beach doubles ever since. Coach T works as a data scientist as a government contractor.
2021 U16 Coach
Freshman Coach at Loudoun County High School
2021 U15 Head Coach
Coach Schulte brings 16 years of club level experience and has coached teams at the 13s through 17s age groups. Additionally, he coached 14 seasons for Loudoun Youth Volleyball including 7 seasons for the High School Girls Division. Coach Schulte is USAV IMPACT and CAP I certified and is completing his USAV CAP II certification. He is Gold Medal Squared trained. He is a certified VHSL and USAV Regional referee. David is a member of AVCA and JVA.
In addition to coaching, Coach Schulte served 8 years as a Director for NVVA and several seasons as a middle school and high school representative on the Loudoun Youth Volleyball Board of Directors. He has sought to grow and create opportunities for players to get involved in volleyball including leading the creation of the High School Girls Division of LYV. As a Director at NVVA, David started the first sanctioned "Certapalooza" in the CHRVA Region as a means to get more players certified as junior referees.