Beverly Snyder has been playing volleyball for over 40 years, and still plays women’s and coed volleyball indoors and sand. The sportsmanship and athleticism that she exhibited on her high school volleyball team earned her awards including All-Conference 1st Team, All-District, All-State, MVP and a 4 year volleyball scholarship to Drury University in Springfield, MO. She also earned a competitive scholastic scholarship each year and graduated with a degree in Accounting and Business Administration.
Beverly founded Club Net in 1999 with the hopes that all young players would have the opportunity to learn the great sport of volleyball which could possibly aid them in furthering their education and their opportunities in life by attending college, hopefully with the financial assistance of a volleyball scholarship. In 2003, she received the Robert L. Lindsay USA Volleyball Meritorious Service award for her contributions to the growth and support of volleyball in her community and to USA Volleyball. Beverly has coached High School and Jr. High School volleyball for 4 years, was a volunteer coach for Boys and Girls Club volleyball for 12 years, and in 2005 was named Benton County Boys and Girls Club Coach of the year. She has been a Junior Olympic Volleyball Coach and Club Net Director for 15 years and is IMPACT and CAP 1 Certified.
Beverly has been married for 29 years to her very supportive husband, Dick and is the proud mother of 2 children, Paige and Harrison, as well as 2 children they “adopted”, Chrissy and Billy…and became a PROUD grandmother of Molly in 2014. She is a 15-year breast cancer survivor and participates and completely supports the annual Dig 4 Diabetes Charity Sand Volleyball Tournament. Beverly is a student and teacher of the game of volleyball and is committed to helping every player learn to love the game, and to realize the potential they have in volleyball and in life.
Paige Bishop has been playing volleyball for 18 years. She helped Lincoln Junior High School receive their first award of Conference Champions and she also played for Bentonville High School. Paige played Junior Olympic Volleyball for seven years and in her senior season she was offered a volleyball scholarship to the University of Central Missouri. She has coached Boys and Girls Club Volleyball for 4 years and has been coaching for Club Net for 10 years. Paige is IMPACT Certified. She is also the proud mother of a future Club Net player…Little Molly.
Jeff Anderson has played multiple sports in junior high and high school including track and 4 years in cross country. Started playing volleyball while in high school as part of a national competition through Civil Air Patrol. Continued playing volleyball after high school through college intramurals, city leagues and a couple times a week with a group of volleyball enthusiasts. 9 years ago started coaching with Club Net where he coached 13′s thru 16′s. Holds IMPACT, CAP I, and CAP II coaching certifications. Currently in school to get a masters of arts in teaching degree with a desire to teach and also coach volleyball at the high school level.
Melissa Danenhauer (Coach D) has been playing volleyball for 18 years. She played multiple sports in junior high and high school including volleyball, basketball, softball, and track. As a volleyball player she has played many positions including middle, right side, back row, and setter. She has coached 6 years of Boys and Girls Club and this is her 6th year with Club Net. Melissa graduated from the University of Arkansas and is volunteer coaching in Bentonville with the freshman teams. Melissa is the Strength and Conditioning coordinator and is IMPACT Certified.
Kim Riley has been part of the Club Net family for going on twelve years. For the past few years Kim has been the Secretary and Parent Representative for Club Net. She has 3 children Lindsey, Tymber and Ty. Lindsey played volleyball with Club Net for 6 years, upon graduating she received a volleyball scholarship at NAIA Mid-America Christian University in Oklahoma City, OK her freshman year. Lindsey’s sophomore year, she then transferred and received a volleyball scholarship to NAIA Mid-Continent University in Mayfield, KY.
Lee Van Allen started playing volleyball when he was growing up in Northern California. He has coached Junior Olympic Volleyball for 12 years (mostly for 12 and 13 year old teams) and was the head coach of the 12-1’s team last year. His first coaching job in Arkansas was as an assistant coach at Club Net for the 12-1’s in 2002. Coach Van Allen is also the head coach for the 8th grade team at Kirksey Middle School in Rogers and has won the city championship 5 out of the 7 years he has been coaching at Kirksey. He has a Bachelors degree in Middle Level Education and a Masters Degree in Teaching from the University of Arkansas. Coach Van Allen continues to play recreational volleyball in co-ed, sand, and tournaments around Northwest Arkansas. Lee has two daughters who play volleyball; Sierra is 20 and has played Junior Olympic volleyball since she was 10 and. Madison is currently on the 17’s team at Club Net and the on the Rogers High School Team.
Allie Kaminski has been playing volleyball for 12 years. Allie played for Rogers High School where she was All-State, All-Conference and MVP two years as well as team captain, she also played for Beverly Snyder for three years on the Club-Net 18-1 team where she served as team captain for two years. Following high school and club ball, Allie accepted a combined Academic and Athletic scholarship to play for Graceland University in Lamoni, Iowa. In her four years at Graceland she played under coach Stew McDole. During that time she was named All-HAAC Conference four times, HAAC player of the week twice, team captain, GU Junior and Senior Athlete of the Year, and received the Distinguished Leadership award within the Athletic Department. Allie also worked as a recruiting assistant for McDole and brings a background in college recruiting with her to Club Net. She has been coaching at Club Net now for 3 years and is a Math Teacher/Volleyball Coach at Rogers High School.
Taylor Young has played 7 years of Junior Olympic Volleyball at the national level. While in High School, she was High School All-Conference selection for Bentonville High School. After High School, Taylor was recruited and received a scholarship to play volleyball for John Brown University. During her time at JBU she helped the volleyball program to achieve 1st in NAIA Conference 2004-2005, Record Breaking Wins for JBU 37-8, Team record Breaking Blocks and Digs for JBU, and 15th Place in the Nation for JBU in NAIA. Taylor has been coaching for Club Net for 9 years and is IMPACT Certified.
Madison Van Allen
Eric Paulk has played volleyball for 19 years. He graduated from Mississippi State University with a degree in Accounting in 2001. While in college he was on the Mississippi State University NCAA Division 1 Men’s Volleyball Club Team for 2 years. Eric has been coaching for Club Net for 9 years and is IMPACT Certified. Apart from working with the great coaches, players, and parents involved in Club Net, Eric and his brother Ryan, with the help of their families, spend a great deal of time organizing a charity volleyball tournament called the Dig 4 Diabetes. The tournament is a fantastic event that drives awareness of diabetes, promotes an active lifestyle, and fosters competitive volleyball. Club Net and the community of Northwest Arkansas have been great supporters of this event which benefits the American Diabetes Association of Northwest Arkansas.
Ryan Paulk has played volleyball for 19 years. He graduated from Mississippi State University with a degree in Business Administration in 2001. While in college he was on the Mississippi State University NCAA Division 1 Men’s Volleyball Club Team for 2 years. Ryan has been coaching for Club Net for 9 years and is IMPACT Certified. Outside of Junior Olympic Volleyball Ryan, with the help of his family, is involved in helping the community of Northwest Arkansas through a charity that they started in 2009 called the Dig 4 Diabetes. The event is a sand volleyball tournament that was started to drive awareness of diabetes, promote an active lifestyle, and promote the game of competitive volleyball.
Ashley Dodds has been playing volleyball for 18 years. She started playing volleyball at Hickman High School in Columbia, MO and continued playing Junior Olympic Club Volleyball while she was in High School. Ashley went to college at the University of Missouri and graduated with a degree in Environmental Science with an emphasis in Marketing and Merchandising and a minor in Business. She has coached Boys and Girls Club Volleyball for 6 years and she has coached Club Net Volleyball for 6 years.