Sandra Olin enters her second year as head coach for CBC volleyball, after two seasons as a Hawk assistant.
An Oregon native, Olin's college career began at Mount Hood Community College in Gresham, Oregon.
As a sophomore at Mount Hood, while the Saints were crowned NWAC Champions, Olin was recognized as a member of the All-NWAC volleyball team. Widely recognized for her talents on the court, Olin earned a Division I scholarship in the West Coast Conference to the University of Portland.
After two stellar seasons at Portland, Olin was hired as an assistant coach at Mount Hood. In her six years coaching at Mount Hood, the Saints claimed another NWAC Championship, as well as four top-five finishes at the NWAC tournament.
Since relocating to the Tri-Cities, Olin has coached at Liberty Christian, as well as with the Strike Force Volleyball Club.
Coach Olin summarized her feelings for the sport by saying, "I love volleyball. Not only because it is a great sport, but because of what it has taught me as an individual. It is my love and dedication to the sport that has driven me to teach what I have learned to those I get the opportunity to coach. Discipline, hard work, and coming together as a team for a common goal are very positive things we can use for a lifetime. I believe anything you work hard for is something worth having."
Tim Davison enters his first season as an assistant coach for CBC, his 42nd year coaching competitive volleyball.
In his career Davison has coached teams at all levels, from high school and club volleyball, to competitive adult teams. He's coached the WIAA All-State team, as well as Team Washington in the Can-Am Games. Davison currently coaches an elite club team for Washington Juniors during the winter season.
In addition to coaching, Davison has taught collegiate classes in volleyball technique and tactics, published numerous articles on volleyball, and conducted camps across the nation. Coach Davison was inducted into the Washington State Volleyball Coaches Association Hall of Fame in 2011.
Tim and his wife Teri, a former Division I volleyball player, have two children, Joe (Law School), and Suzi (School of Architecture) currently attending the University of Washington.
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