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Shea Jenkins, Head Coach

Coach Jenkins is currently coaching in his second year as Varsity head coach at Canyon Creek Christian Academy in Richardson. Prior to that, Coach Jenkins was head coach and assistant coach at Pantego Christian Academy and Parish Episcopal in Dallas for their JV and Varsity teams. This is his 7th season of coaching for Excel since his start in 2011 and having coached 14 teams and qualifying 9 of them for USAV Jrs Nationals.

Coach Jenkins started volleyball at the University of Texas Arlington (UTA) where he played club at UTA prior to his move to California. He attended California Baptist University (CBU) to play on their Men's Varsity Volleyball team. Coach Jenkins was also a part of the CBU 2010 NAIA men's volleyball Collegiate National Championship team. Coach Jenkins received his Bachelors in Kinesiology from the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA). 

Currently, Coach Jenkins' 15 National Red team sits 3rd in NTR region and double qualified in Open for USAV nationals in Minneapolis. His 17 National Red team won regionals and earned a National bid to Minneapolis.

2016, Coach Jenkins helped qualify both 18s and 12s team to USAV Nationals and finishing 3rd in North Texas Region. He assisted the 18s who won the Open NorthEast Qualifier along with the 12s to finish gold in American at Indianapolis USAV National Championship. 

2015, Shea Jenkins headed our 12U program to finish 23rd in the Nation at the New Orleans USAV National Championship along with a top 10 NTR 17's team. 

2014, Coach Jenkins led EXCEL 15 National to qualify for USAV Nationals in Minneapolis.  The team finished 7th in the USA division. He also assisted our EXCEL 17 National Mac to qualify for USAV Nationals.

In 2013, Coach Jenkins led EXCEL 12 National to multiple North Texas tournament championships throughout the season and also to qualify for USAV Nationals in Dallas where the team finished 11th in the nation.

In 2012, Coach Jenkins led 14 Elite to the USAV National Championships in Columbus.  Coach Jenkins was also part of the coaching team that led the 17 Elite National team to win the Nike Mideast qualifier in Indianapolis to continue on to Nationals in Columbus. 

In 2011, Jenkins was part of the coaching team that led Excel's 13 Elite team to the USAV Junior Olympics.  He also led the 16 Elite National team through a successful season.  They finished 2nd at the Mideast National Qualifier in Indianapolis and were ranked in the top 12 within North Texas. 

Coaching Philosophy
Coaching is teaching and for something to be taught, something must be learned. I believe that the ability to fail and learn must require someone who has self-confidence, which most athletes do not have at first. This puts the need of the athlete first before mine.  I truly believe everyone can be taught but not all in the same way.  It is my job to reach out to that individual and find out the best approach. My goal as a coach is to enable my athletes the same passion that I have for the game of volleyball, which leads to my first priority to make my athletes the best they can be on the court as a player and better off the court as a person. To obtain this a coach must reach a clear understanding of the word “respect” and that every athlete must be treated with respect and dignity that he or she as a coach thinks they deserve in return. I want all of my athletes to have “Competitive Greatness” and to want to push themselves as hard as they can to become the best they can on and off the court.