Natalie Ento

Natalie Ento

C O A C H
SUNSHINE

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natalie ento

Coach

Team

11 Hurricanes

coaching years

17 years and counting!

Personal wins

League MVP twice!

Coaching Philosophy

Develop a young athlete into a person of character, who has a high level of integrity and who can be accountable for their actions.

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About natalie

Natalie Ento grew up in Malibu, CA. She began playing club volleyball for Cari Klein when she was 10 years old and went on to play for Long Beach VC. Natalie played for Malibu High School and was the League MVP twice. She received a full athletic scholarship in Montana State University where she played Libero and DS. She captained the Bobcats her senior year.

After graduation Natalie continue to train in beach volleyball and earned her AAA rating. She was the Assistant Athletic Director at Marymount High School from 2005-2013 and coached both freshman and JV volleyball, winning league championships all eight years. She also coached all ages for Sunshine VC while at Marymount. In 2017 she accepted a position at Sierra Canyon Lower School as a PE teacher.

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Natalie coached the Middle School volleyball 8th grade team in 2018; they went undefeated for the season until losing in the League Championship.

Natalie’s coaching philosophy aims to develop a young athlete into a person of character, who has a high level of integrity and who can be accountable for their actions. Success is built with hard work, structure, and learning to put the team’s needs first; when these traits come together in the form of a team, that is success.

She loves the competitive aspect of coaching and watching how the team battles on the court, but also truly enjoys seeing how quickly young athletes improve and grow into respectful young women while implementing skills she helped them acquire.

Natalie has two children that she is incredibly proud of, Haidyn, her daughter, and her son, Koehen. She is thrilled to be coaching Haidyn in her first year of volleyball.

“The ability to conquer one’s self is no doubt
the most precious of all things that sports bestows.“

Natalie Ento of Sunshine Volleyball Club
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“Without goals, training has no direction.”
– Natalie Coughlin

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