Head 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.
In 2000, she returned to Berkeley Prep as an assistant coach and spent the next two years as a head coach for the Tampa Bay Juniors club team. In 2005, she relocated to New Hampshire and began coaching for the New Hampshire Seacoast Juniors Volleyball program. She has coached a variety of levels from elite to regional teams as well as varsity and junior varsity high school teams. She is IMPACT and CAP I certified.
Kerry remains an active player and coach. Her vision is to improve the quality and quantity of New Hampshire volleyball players by creating opportunities to learn and practice the game on a regular basis. Her mission is to provide high-quality, individualized skills training in order to improve individual and team success. She believes that with proper training and year-round practice, players will become more competitive on a local, state, and national level, thus creating more competitiveness at the high school and club levels and creating more opportunities to play volleyball beyond high school.