Elaine Robinson, club director, 18-1 head coach
Coach Robinson played volleyball at Baker University from 2000-2003, where she was named an All-American libero and Academic All-American, in addition to multiple all-conference and all-region teams. She coached at Barton County Community College in 2007-2008, when the team finished 8th at the NJCAA Tournament.
Coach Robinson has coached at Washburn Rural and Kapaun Mt. Carmel high schools, as well as for a variety of clubs for a combined 22 seasons. This will be her 10th season as club director.
Shelby (Lewis) Treft, 11-1s coach
Coach Treft played volleyball at Friends University where she was a Champion of Character for two years and on the AD's Honor Roll for three. She is currently a behavior specialist at Heartspring. This is her eighth year coaching club volleyball.
Terri Hessman, 12-1s head coach
Coach Hessman coached at Kapaun Mt. Carmel High School for 20 years, in addition to leading youth summer camps and conditioning. Hessman has more than 500 career wins and has coached more than 30 athletes who obtained college scholarships for volleyball. She has also coached club volleyball for the past 10 years.
Maddy Strecker, 12-1s assistant coach
Coach Strecker played volleyball at Trinity Cathoic High School and club volleyball for Salt City Smash and Shockwave for nine years. She is currently playing at Friends University. She has helped with numerous grade school and middle school volleyball camps, and this is her third year coaching club.
Karissa Nighswonger, 12-2s coach
Coach Nighswonger played at Cowley County for two seasons, before transferring to Missouri Western in St. Joseph, Missouri. She coached the Douglass freshman team to an undefeated season in 2006, and is in her third year as a club coach.
Robyn Jaso, 13-1 head coach
Coach Jaso played volleyball at Bethel College from 2004-2007, where she was named NAIA All-Region IV and part of the KCAC All-Academic team. She was the head freshmen coach at Newton High School from 2008-2011 and the JV coach at Maize South High from 2018-2020. Coach Jaso currently teaches at Maize South High. This will be her second season with Wichita Legacy.
Lindsey Larson, 13-1 assistant coach
Coach Larson played volleyball at Fort Hays State University from 2008-2010. Lindsey has coached for a variety of clubs for a combined 7 years, assisted with numerous clinics, and provided individual lessons in Hays and the Wichita area. Coach Larson just completed her Graduate's Degree in Social Work and is excited to return to coaching.
Taryn Scott, 13-2 coach
Coach Scott played volleyball at Friends University during her collegiate career. After coaching for two years at Kapaun Mt. Carmel, she was an assistant coach at Friends University for three seasons. She is currently the head coach at Kapaun. This is her seventh year of coaching club volleyball.
Heather Holovach, 14-1 head coach
Evan Dalian, 14-1 assistant coach
Jennifer Pickler, 14-2 head coach
Coach Pickler is from Amarillo, Texas, where she played club volleyball and club soccer growing up. Ultimately, she chose to play soccer in college, which brought her to Wichita in 2004 to play at Newman University. She has coached soccer and volleyball at various levels on and off over the years. Most recently, coaching the freshman volleyball team at Northwest High School. Overall, she has 10 years of coaching experience. This will be her second year coaching club volleyball.
Madison Johnson, 14-2 assistant coach
Coach Johnson is from Wichita. She began playing competitive club volleyball when she was 10 years old and has had a passion for it ever since. After originally going to a small private middle school, Madison sought out a more competitive arena and transferred to play volleyball and basketball at Goddard High School.
While she was unable to play for her school her last two seasons due to health concerns, she was able to play a final club season that ended with multiple college offers for DS/Libero. She ultimately decided to be a full-time student at Wichita State University while managing to get her hands on a volleyball no matter if the court was made of wood or sand. Coach Johnson is in her first year with Wichita Legacy.
Jessica Holloway, 15-1 head coach
Coach Holloway played volleyball at Cowley County Community College where she was named All-American, team captain, national runner-up, and national champion. She went on to play at the University of Central Missouri. This is her second year coaching with Wichita Legacy.
Greta Lies, 15-1 assistant coach
Coach Lies has played volleyball competitively for 8 years. She attended Kapaun Mt. Carmel High School where she was named first-team All City hitter. She went on to play and manage at Butler Community College. She has played at multiple clubs, and has previous club coaching experience. This is her second year with Wichita Legacy.
Nasser Nazaran, 15-2s coach
Coach Nazaran has played doubles sand volleyball, and has been involved in the Wichita volleyball community for years.
He has coached club for more than 20 years, for a variety of clubs, including Shocker, Fiest and Xesspress. Coach Nazaran also coached at Collegiate and Wichita North. At North, his team won the City League and finished third at state. He was also named GWAL Coach of the Year twice. He is also currently doing individual sand training. This is his first year with Wichita Legacy.
Angelisa Sexson, 15-3s head coach
Coach Sexson played volleyball at Andover High School, earning a 4A State Championship her senior year, as a setter. She played as a middle hitter at Bethany College. She has coached club volleyball for two seasons previously, and is looking forward to getting back into it. This is Coach Sexson's first year with Legacy.
Andrea Foster, 16-1 head coach
Coach Foster has been playing volleyball since 3rd grade, and played competitively in school, summer, and club volleyball seasons up until her senior year. Her club team tended to play in higher level/age tournaments, placing in almost every one. Andrea is primarily a setter, but loves to hit as well. This year she will be entering into her fourth year of coaching club volleyball.
Tiana Nice, 16-1 assistant coach
Coach Nice is from Wichita where she played competitively for seven years. She played for Heartland and Shockwave clubs prior to playing at Southwestern College. This is her second season coaching club.
Haelie Bland, 16-2s coach
Coach Bland was a high school volleyball state champion, runner-up and placed fourth. She played collegiately at McPherson College as a middle hitter and outside for one season, before getting injured. During college, she also coached at Kansas Volleyball Club for two seasons. Coach Bland is currently coaching high school volleyball at Kapaun Mt. Carmel, earning her MBA at Wichita State University, and working at Koch Industries.
Adriana Leake, 17-1 head coach
Coach Leake graduated from Sterling College in 2013, where she still holds the all-time assists record with over 4,000 recorded. She is also currently the head coach at Bethel College in Newton.
She has previous coaching experience at Sterling, Friends University, Wichita Northwest High School and Kapaun Mt. Carmel High School, as well as club volleyball experience. She is returning to club coaching this season with Wichita Legacy.
Kelsey Gonzalez, 17-1 assistant coach
Coach Gonzalez played volleyball at Oklahoma Wesleyan University. She has coached for Salt City Smash previously. This is her first year with Wichita Legacy.
Whitney (Long) Dawson, 18-2 coach
Coach Dawson played volleyball at Sterling College from 2013-2016. She was a four-year varsity starter and earned the Champion of Character award during her collegiate career. Coach Dawson previously coached at Conway Springs High School, and is currently coaching at Maize South. She has coached high school for four years, and is in her seventh year of coaching club.
Abagail Heimerman, 18-2 assistant coach
Coach Heimerman is from Conway Springs, Kan. She played middle hitter at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College from 2018-2020, then transferred to Southwestern Christian University, and played from 2020-2022, where she was team captain. She graduated with a Bachelor's of Science, summa cum laude. She has played competitive volleyball for 10 years and this will be her first year coaching.