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Coaches

Our Coaching Staff

417 Net Results is very excited about our upcoming season and the involvement in the quality and commitment our coaches are willing to put in. 

Our coaches are required to pass a background checks, and will be involved in coaching clinics throughout the season to improve all aspects of their performance.


Kelly Richardson - Director

Richardson attended Missouri State University on a volleyball scholarship where she played setter. After completing her 2000 season at MSU, she transferred to Evangel University where she continued to set and also played right side. Richardson broke six school records while attending Evangel, and was the first player in school history to be named a volleyball All-American.

Richardson was also named All-Conference and All-Region all three years at Evangel, and was named National Player of the Week three times. Richardson graduated from Evangel with her B.S. in physical education and a health minor

After graduating from Evangel, Richardson joined Republic High School as a physical education teacher and head volleyball coach where she led her first team to a third-place finish in the Missouri State Championships. This was Republic's first district win in school history, and first time in the Missouri state tournament. 

Richardson spent 7 seasons as the head volleyball coach at Southwest Baptist University.  In her first year (2007), the team nearly doubled its win total from the previous year and won its first home Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association (MIAA) conference match in seven years. Southwest Baptist earned a regional ranking in 2008, the first time in history to earn that honor, while doubling the win total in conference play. The 2013 team turned in its first winning season since 1987, finishing 17-14 overall and tying for the best record in program history. During her seven-year tenure, she coached the Bearcats to double-digit wins six times – the longest stretch in program history and first multi-year stretch dating back to 1987-89.

Richardson spent the 2014 season as an assistant coach at Texas-Arlington, helping the Mavericks to a 25-9 overall record and 14-6 in the Sun Belt Conference. UTA posted the best season record in two decades, had two All-SBC selections and one American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) Honorable Mention All-American. 

Kelly has spent the last 3 years as the head volleyball coach at Western Illinois University. She took over a program in 2015 that had only 4 players on the roster. Starting from the ground up the Leathernecks improved all 3 years, finishing with a sweep over SDSU in 2017, and seeing an offensive weekly award and all conference award for middle hitter Mackenzie Steckler. 

Richardson is a part of the Evangel University Athletics Hall of Fame, as well as the Willard High School Activities Hall of Fame. Her husband Robb will be coaching the linebackers at Evangel University this fall. Robb and Kelly have one son Rylan, and are expecting a baby girl this fall. 

 

 

Hannah Werth

Assistant Director/17's

Coach Hannah

Hannah is a former Nebraska standout and four time All-American.  She is currently a volunteer assistant for MSU Bears.  Hannah played for Nebraska from 2009-2002 earning AVCA All-American honors each session including second-team nods her sophomore and senior years.  Werth finished her Husker career with 1,286 kills and 1,367 digs.  Hannah is from Springfield, Illinois. Hannah owns Illinois all-time high school record for career kills with 2,022 as a prep, and won a gold medal with the U.S. Junior National Team at the 2008 NORCECA Junior Championship.  She played professionally for three seasons in Puerto Rico and one year in Italy in 2015.   Hannah also spent time as an ESPN college volleyball analyst.   Hannah will also start taking on more responsibilities this season learning day to day operations of a club director.  She will be actively learning the club operations that is behind the scenes of coaching along with providing the club with active clinics and opportunities only offered at ANR.

Bentley Mara will be coaching the 17-2s team for Net Results. She is in her senior season playing for Drury University. She was a two-time all-state and four-time all-Conference selection in High School. Since then, she has since been named to the GLVC all-conference second team playing for the panthers. This will be her third year with Net Results and fourth year coaching club ball. 

Bentley Mara

Assistant Director/17's


Nora Woolsley

Phone: 10's Coach

Nora Woolsley 10's Metro Head Coach

Nora grew up in Houston, Missouri where she played volleyball throughout middle and high school, including 3 years club ball. Since then, Nora has moved to Springfield, gotten married, and is entering her senior year at Missouri State University. She will be graduating in December 2019 with a bachelor's degree in Elementary Education. She continues to show her passion for volleyball by playing in tournaments, playing on intramural teams with the university, and has coached with Net Results for 3 years now. Nora believes in working hard and having fun! In every sport, everyone has to learn the fundamentals before moving on to the hard stuff, and that is what this team is for! We will focus hard on fundamentals and have fun while doing it!-- 

 

Amanda Murphy TBA

Evonne Wilson

12's

Coach Evonne

Evonne graduated from Camdenton HS in 1991.  She received 1st team all district her junior and senior year and played club ball out of Versailles, Missouri also her junior and senior year.  Evonne received an athletic scholarship to SBU and played one year and then was transferred to CMSU where she played on a traveling women's and co-ed volleyball club team.  She made a final transfer to Missouri Valley College in 1994 to pursue her dream of college ball.  She received a scholarship and became a starting outside hitter and received all conference honors.  The college dream was short lived for Evonne after tearing her ACL during recreational volleyball and her second year at Mo Val consisted of sitting out but getting to travel with the team while rehabbing the knee.  Due to eligibility issues because of the numbers of years in school she was unable to play her third year at Mo-Val but instead became the head coach for the Valley's Junior Varsity team in 1996-1997.

After college life Evonne continued  to play volleyball and competed in local intramural hard court tournaments and sand tournaments.  She became a parent of a volleyball player and spent most time being a spectator instead of a player.  In the summer of 2012 she coached her daughter;s junior high team at the Courts where they finished first in season.  Finally in 2013 an opportunity was presented for Evonne to coach at Hot Tamales Volleyball Club.  Evonne coached for 3 years and her club team finished in the top half of Regionals.

In 2017 adidas Net Results offered Evonne a position and she couldn't be more excited.

 

Britney Kiser

15's

Coach Britney

Britney graduated from Kickapoo High School where she played volleyball for 4 years as a middle and right side hitter.  Her team won District Championship in  2006.  After school she went on to play year round adult co-ed competitive indoor and outdoor sand volleyball for 2 years.  She coached off season volleyball for Carver Middle School in Springfield.  In 2012 Britney was the head coach for the 13s team at the Courts that took 1st place both seasons.  She has coached multiple age groups for the Hot Tamales. during the summer league at the Fieldhouse.  She is currently a certified Missouri  State High School Activities Association Official (MSHSAA), officiating at the junior high level.  Britney just graduated from Drury University in May and obtained Bachelor’s in Elementary Education and will be coaching also 8th grade volleyball at Hickory Hills.


Ashley Jergensmeyer

 

Ashley's Bio and pic: 

Ashley Jurgensmeyer will enter her first year as an assistant coach with the Drury University volleyball program in 2018.
 
The former standout at Southwest Baptist University and Osceola High School joins the Panthers coaching staff from Missouri S&T where she started as an assistant coach last year and spent the second half of the 2017 season as their interim head coach.
 
Jurgensmeyer was the assistant coach for the varsity volleyball team at Broken Arrow High School in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma from 2015 to 2016 and was the head coach at Edison Preparatory School in Tulsa for three seasons, 2012-14. She was the Tulsa World Metro-Area Coach of the Year in 2013 after leading Edison to their first-ever state tournament appearance. 
 
Jurgensmeyer played for Southwest Baptist from 2008-10 and graduated in three seasons but left as the program's all-time leader in kills, attack percentage, and points. She was an all-conference selection in the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association during each of her three seasons playing for the Bearcats. 
 
She currently resides in Lebanon with her husband, Dr. Jared Emery, and their two dogs.

 



Layne Louallen: 14/18's

Layne will be coaching both 14 and 18's this club season. 

Layne will be assisting Evangel Volleyball this upcoming season. He also helped with MSU Beach Volleyball as a volunteer assistant this past collegiate season. 

Layne also has helped develop and run the Springfield Boys Volleyball Club. 

Tracy Powell - 16's National White

I was born and raised in Springfield, MO. I was an outside hitter for Glendale High School from 2000-2004. In 2003 we advanced to State, to the Final Four. I became all-conference and all-district in 2003 and 2004, and was an alternate for all-state in 2003. I was honored to be our teams captain throughout my high school career. I went on to play in college at MSU-WP with a full ride scholarship as a defensive specialist.

 

Volleyball is my main love, but I have played several sports since the age of 3. I’m a firm believer that being involved in athletics helps build a child’s character, physical and mental strength and teaches discipline and respect.  Even though this is only my second year coaching for Net Results, I have experienced enough to know what kind of coach I want to be. I strive to create a positive and fun learning environment, while also pushing them to their highest potential. I believe that work ethic coupled with passion makes a fierce and strong competitor. I’m so excited to get the season started!