Tuesday, September 20, 2011
Skyline Juniors Volleyball Coach Texas Moli Etimani
“I want to have a positive influence on players who want to learn the game of volleyball.”
Moli brings to Skyline Juniors many years of playing and coaching experience. He played high school volleyball, basketball and football in American Samoa when he was younger. He also played for the Air Force and made the All Armed Forces teams. He then played for the University of Hawaii in 1984-85. He played in numerous adult USAV open and AVP tournaments in California until he moved to Texas with his job. Moli has had the opportunity to play with many elite athletes over his playing career. He has been an assistant coach with Skyline for two years and a head coach for two years. In his 2004-2005 season he assisted his 15 National team to be the first Skyline National team to qualify at a National Qualifier Event and a 5th place finish at J. O. Nationals. In 2006 he was the Head Coach for the 14 National team where he led his team to a J.O. National appearance. In 2007, he was the head coach for 15 National where he led his team to two, 3rd place finishes at Junior Olympic Qualifiers, just missing qualifying his team by a few points in each match. We are excited to move Moli into a Head RoShamBo position as he continues to prove his success as an excellent trainer of the game; not to mention he is a ball of energy and brings much enthusiasm to the court.