Alysha McCreary

CJV Coach

Alysha McCreary

Alysha McCreary joined CJV coaching staff in May of 2017. She has coached with our National program since the 2018 club season. McCreary has also helped with our beach programs. She is passionate for the younger generation of volleyball players to accomplish their goals. McCreary was a four year NCAA Division I student athlete at Towson University in Towson, Maryland. She has also coached at collegiate level (NCAA and NAIA)

McCreary graduated with a Bachelor's of Science degree in Sports Management with a minor in Business Administration in 2013. While playing at Towson, she was twice named the Colonial Athletic Association Defensive Player of the Week. She was one of four Tigers to record at least 200 kills on the 2012 season, had a career high of 18 kills in a single match, along with 5 or more blocks in 10 matches. She would ultimately lead the Tigers to a perfect season in 2012, thus claiming the Colonial Athletic Association Regular Season Championship.

Prior to playing at Towson, McCreary played at University of Central Arkansas. Her freshmen year as her team went on to have a perfect season and claim the Southland Conference title. McCreary also coached her fist club team in Conway, AR for Fatchmo Volleyball Club as the 12 under head coach.

McCreary started her coaching career in high school volunteering as a coach for US Nike Sports Camps among under David Nobel. McCreary also volunteered her time coaching volleyball for 10 summers at the Native Vision Life Skills Camp. Native Vision is a partnership between the Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health and the National Football Players Association.

After graduating college McCreary joined the University of California Merced Women's Volleyball staff as the second assistant. She spent 3 season with Bobcats recruiting student athletes and building a program that would start a legacy. McCreary would then head back to the East Cost to be the Volunteer Assistant Women's Volleyball Coach at Winthrop University. She spent two season with the Eagles helping them make a Big South Tournament appearance.

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