Chloe Collins

Chloe Collins


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Wonder Chloe

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Chloe Collins



15 Westside

sunshine years

5 years and counting!

Coaching Philosophy

Teaching “the why” every time the girls step on to the court.


About chloe

Chloe Collins played high school volleyball for the Cypress Woods Wildcats in Cypress, Texas. During her sophomore year the Wildcats won the Region III Championship. In 2011 Chloe lead the team to a 41-6 record and was named the District 17-15A MVP. As a senior she received multiple honors, including being named to the Under Armour High School All-American 1st Team and the 2012 Volleyball Magazine/Rox 25 Underclassmen to Watch.

Chloe played club volleyball with the Houston Juniors Volleyball Club and helped the 17 Elite team win the Lone Star Classic in 2011 to qualify for the Junior Olympics. Chloe continued playing volleyball at the University of Texas at Austin.

The Longhorns won three Big 12 Championships and made four appearances in the NCAA Final Four with Chloe as their setter. She was twice named an AVCA All-American and 1st team Big 12 Conference, she was also named to the Big 12 Conference 2nd team once.


After graduating in 2016 with a degree in Corporate Communication and an MS in Journalism, Chloe played volleyball professionally in Finland and Spain. Her team won the Finnish Cup and she was the Finnish League MVP in 2018.

She coached for the Wave Volleyball Club from 2017 to 2022. In 2017 her 15s team finished 5th in the Open Division at the Junior Nationals. This is her first-year coaching for the Sunshine Volleyball Club. She is the assistant coach for the 15 Westside team.

Chloe’s coaching philosophy centers on teaching “the why” every time the girls step on to the court.

She loves the relationships that are built during the season and seeing the girls continue to grow and prosper each year, even after she’s no longer their coach. When not playing or coaching volleyball Chloe loves shopping in vintage and antique stores, which directly relates to her other interests of museums and travel. She is hoping to add a Cavapoo to her household in the near future.

“There’s no substitute for hard work.

If you work hard and prepare yourself you might get beat,

but you’ll never lose.“


“You’ve got to be confident when you’re competing. You’ve got to be a beast.”
– Gabby Douglas

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