"An excellent coach is hard to find, difficult to part with, and impossible to forget."
18s Head Coach
Renita Davidson is in her 15th year of coaching. She is also our recruiting coordinator and has helped send players to Alcorn, Fisk, Tuskegee, and Ottawa, just to name a few. Coach Renita received a full scholarship to play volleyball to the University of Kansas (2005) and graduated with a BA degree in psychology and Masters in Special Education from University of North Texas in 2009. Coach Renita is currently the Head Volleyball Coach and Athletic Director at Uplift Summit International School. She has led them to consecutive playoff appearances over the years. When Coach Renita is not on the court, she is spending time with 6 year old daughter, Zoe. Coach Renita is also a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
14s Blue Head Coach
Coach Jazmine Washington was born and raised in Dallas, TX where she developed her passion for the game of volleyball. Throughout her upbringing she played club, sand, and school volleyball. Jazmine specializes in the setter and middle hitter position. She graduated from Duncanville High School where she received a volleyball scholarship to Northwood University in West Palm Beach FL. Later she transferred to Philander Smith College in Little Rock, AR where she was awarded first team all conference. She also graduated with her bachelors in business administration. Shortly after graduating she received job offers to coach collegiate volleyball and now she is currently coaching at Paul Quinn College in Dallas, TX. Coach Jazz’s advice to an aspiring volleyball player would be “To never stop learning or working for what you want. Nothing comes easy, ever, if you want something you have to work for it. By working for it I mean work on your craft, learn from people who have something to teach. It's just like anything else, practice makes perfect.”
Kinsleigh Vranish began playing volleyball in the seventh grade and instantly fell in love with the sport. She continued to play throughout high school, earning titles such as first team all-district and first team all-city. She went on to the University of Texas for her degree in Speech Language Pathology. While attending UT, she worked for the school’s volleyball team during their national championship season. After graduating, Kinsleigh became an elementary school teacher at Faith Family Academy and joined the high school’s volleyball coaching staff. There she led the junior varsity team to two consecutive winning seasons. Now teaching in Frisco ISD at Sparks Elementary, Kinsleigh looks forward to continuing her coaching career with the Texas All-Stars organization and hopes for a successful season.