About Kerry FitzpatrickHead Coach/Owner of Push Volleyball Kerry Fitzpatrick has been involved in the sport of volleyball for over 25 years. Throughout middle and high school, Kerry played club volleyball for nationally recognized programs including Tampa Bay Juniors. She traveled the country attending camps and clinics hosted by top-ranked Division I coaches. In 1996, she helped lead her nationally ranked (#1) high school team (Berkeley Preparatory, Tampa, Florida) to a State Championship. After high school, Kerry attended North Carolina State University on a full-athletic scholarship and was a four-year starter for the Wolfpack. [···]
About Philip RussellPhilip Russell has been a lifelong, multi-sport athlete. He competed in soccer, basketball, baseball, swimming, and track & field through middle school and high school. His formal introduction to volleyball competition came in college, where he competed in the NECVL (New England Collegiate Volleyball League) as an Outside & Right Side Hitter for Eastern Connecticut State University. [···]
Push Volleyball is Athlete Centered. Every athlete has different goals and here at Push we encourage players to set goals and allow us to help guide them towards those goals. In every program we take the time to ask the players what do you want to achieve today?
Push Volleyball encourages players to play with PURPOSE. We believe that players that are mindful and have intention behind every move they make will learn and develop a higher skill level and make smart game time decisions.
Push Volleyball encourages players to be brave and embrace the uncomfortable. Learning and growth happens when we step out of our safe, comfortable space.
Push Volleyball wants players to set goals and be brave, these are individual goals. Volleyball is a team sport and though we support individual success, it should never be at the expense of another athlete’s experience. We encourage our athletes to “make their teammates look good!”
Push Volleyball wants our athletes to HAVE FUN!!!