Stesha Selsky

Stesha Selsky

C O A C H
SUNSHINE

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Katie Lindelof, Buck Lindelof Sunshine Volleyball Club

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Stesha Selsky

Coach

Team

12 Hotshots

sunshine years

19 years and counting!

Personal wins

  • Won three CIF titles
  • MVP Twice
  • 20 best Volleyball players to ever compete in a CIF Final
  • Named the LA Times Player of the Year
  • ESPN’s High School Miss Volleyball USA
  • Won the gold three times at the Junior Olympic Beach Championships
  • 2007 Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year

Education

  • Graduated from Marymount High School in 2004
  • Graduated Bachelor’s Degrees in Sociology and Economics
  • Doctorate in Nursing Practice at the University of Colorado in 2020

Coaching Philosophy

Create an environment that encourages young women to develop skills on and off the volleyball court and promote a positive learning environment.

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About stesha

Stesha Selsky graduated from Marymount High School in 2004. During her four years there the Sailors won three CIF titles and Stesha was named MVP twice.

She made the list of the 20 best volleyball players to ever compete in a CIF final. In 2003 she was named the LA Times Player of the Year and ESPN’s High School Miss Volleyball USA. She holds the distinction of being one of the first girls in California to play on a team winning four consecutive state titles.

Stesha also made her mark in beach volleyball, winning the gold three times at the Junior Olympic Beach Championships. She continued with volleyball at the University of Michigan where she played both setter and libero from 2004-2007. Stesha was the 2007 Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year. She is a member of the NCAA 2000 Digs Club and still holds the University of Michigan records for most digs in a single season (762 in 2007) and the most career digs (2178, 2004-2007). After graduating with bachelor’s degrees in Sociology and Economics she went on to earn a BS in Nursing from Duke and an MS from Cal State.

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Stesha completed her Doctorate in Nursing Practice at the University of Colorado in 2020. She has been coaching for the Sunshine Volleyball Club for 19 years. This year she is the head coach for the 12 Hotshots. Stesha is also the specialized trainer for setters and liberos for the club.

Her Coaching philosophy is very simple: create an environment that encourages young women to develop skills on and off the volleyball court and promote a positive learning environment.

Stesha loves the sport of volleyball; it brings her joy and happiness. Coaching allows her to share this joy and the skills needed to find happiness in a lifelong sport.

She and her husband, Steven, live in South Bay. They have a dog named Brody who occasionally makes an appearance at Sunshine events. She still enjoys playing beach volleyball.

“create an environment that encourages young
women to develop skills“

Katie Lindelof, Buck Lindelof Sunshine Volleyball Club
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“The potential for greatness lives
within each of us.”
– Wilma Rudolph

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