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2003 Phoenix College Bears Volleyball Coaching Staff

Head Coach


Office Phone #: 602-285-7137

Coach Mooney will start his eighth season at Phoenix College with a long resume of success. To this point, the volleyball program, under the guidance of Coach Mooney, has sent 23 athletes to universities to continue their volleyball careers, has produced six consecutive Academic All-American Teams, 16 individual NJCAA Academic All-Americans, three Athletic All-Americans, and numerous ACCAC All-Region athletes. Coach Mooney has also led two squads which have garnered the NJCAA Academic Team of the Year Award.

Coach Mooney was formerly involved with the Arizona Juniors Volleyball Club as a coach and still participates as a player in the Arizona Region of the USA Volleyball Association.

His wife's name is Jama and his two stepchildren are named Carter and Carly.


Assistant Coach

Office Phone #: 602-285-7137

This will be Scott's second year with the Bear's coaching staff. Last year "Bear", as he is affectionately called, was an integral part of the teams' success and was responsible for running practice drills and was relied upon for valuable insight related to match-time adjustments. His relationship with the team was invaluable as he also served well as a liason between the coaching staff and players.

This year as the first assistant Scott will be involved in leading match warmups, making practice adjustments, and deciding the team serving strategy.

Bear graduated from Mountain Pointe High School in Ahwatukee and is actively involved in his church. He also works for the Kyrene School District as a youth program kids care coordinator.


Assistant Coach

Office Phone #: 602-285-7137

Another part of the Bear coaching staff will be a former player, Amy Fennema. Last year as the teams' libero(defensive specialist), she was looked at as the teams' motor and kept everyone positively charged with her endless energy and enthusiasm.

Amy's primary focus as a first year coach will be running practice drills as well as providing physical technique help. She will also serve as an extra practice player if needed.

Amy graduated from Arizona Lutheran Academy and her first year of college was completed at Martin Luther College in Minnesota. She then transferred to PC to complete her Associate's degree and will be completing a full semester of classes this fall.


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