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At OPV we pride ourselves on providing the best, truly qualified coaches around. To us, that means they have the context of playing at a high level (college) or coaching at a high level themselves (or both!) Afterall, how can we train our players to play at a high level if we haven't been there ourselves? We pay our coaches better than anyone around because we value their experience and expertise. Club is an investment, take a look below at what you are investing in when it comes to coaching.

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12 Premier

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Brooklyn Starley

12 National 

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Kyla Reiling

17 National Assistant

From Vauxhall, Alberta Canada, Kyla is a sophomore at Warner Pacific University in Portland where she is a setter/opposite. She is currently studying general biology and planning to get her BA in sciences. 

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London Starley

12 National Co-Head Coach 
17 National Head Coach


London grew up here in the Portland area, having played at Sandy HS and Adidas NW JRs. Volleyball Club. She went on to play DII Volleyball in Vermont, and just recently transferred to Warner Pacific to finish up her volleyball career. She coached at Philomath HS where she was the varsity assistant and JV2 head coach, while there the varsity team took 3rd in State. She also coached at G3 Volleyball Club in Corvallis running the 14-1s, 14-3s and assisting the 18-1 teams. Her 14-1s team finished in the top 10 of CEVA. This will be her fifth year as a club coach and second year here at OPV. In addition, she has joined the Warner Pacific University coaching staff as an assistant. She is has her degree in business management with an emphasis in leadership. She will be enrolling in a masters program to pursue her MBA. 

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Kim Lissinna

18 National Co-Head Coach  

Kim grew up in Canada and went on to play DI volleyball at Weber State University where she was a setter. She graduated in 2011 with a degree in Athletic Therapy. She currently sits at 6th all-time at Weber State for assists.

Lissina is in her first year as Head Volleyball Coach at Warner Pacific University, where they are part of the NAIA Cascade Conference--one of the toughest in the nation. 

Previously she was the Head Coach at NCAA DII St. Michael's College in Colchester, Vermont (2018-2019)

Mt. Hood Community College (2016-2018)

Prior to her head coaching career she assisted at NCAA DI Charleston Southern University and NCAA DII Minot State University.

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Jenna Meligan

14 National Head Coach
OPV Owner/Club Director

You can read all about Jenna and her coaching and playing career 

Dale Agbayani

18 National Co-Head Coach  

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Lihau Perreira

16 National Head Coach

In (2019-2021) Lihau was hired to take over Sandy High School’s Varsity Volleyball Program. Before becoming the Head of the SHS program, she also coached JV2 at SHS in 2014 and one season of club at MHAC in 2015. She started her journey as a student of the game in 2004 when she started playing club ball in Kauai, HI. After moving back to Oregon, she went on to become a 4-year varsity starter at Sam Barlow High School (2008-2012) and throughout her high school career earned honors such as most improved, most inspirational, most valuable player, honorable mention, first team, and second team all-conference and all-state. After high school she played two years at Mt. Hood Community College (2012 & 2013) where she continued the legacy of back to back Southern Region championship titles. During her time at MHCC she received honors as x5 NWAC player of the week, second team NWAC all-tournament, x2 tournament MVP (Dorian Classic & Columbia Basin Invitational), MVP of the Southern Region and second team AVCA All-American. She continued on to play a final year at Holy Names University (2015), a Division II university in the PacWest conference, where she finished off with a career-high of 21 kills in one match and closed out as a top 25 outside hitter in the conference. She strives to offer her support and guidance to others who are navigating through their student-athlete careers.

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