Located at Cal Poly Pomona/Darlene May Gym
Introducing Tstreet Pomona!
We are so happy to announce the opening of Tstreet Pomona out of Cal Poly Pomona!
Tstreet’s mission is to develop athletes, beginner to elite, to their fullest potential in an enjoyable, serious teaching environment, and we are excited to bring this mission and Tstreet training to Pomona! Owner and Founder Troy Tanner and Tstreet Volleyball Club have long been known for solid mechanics and positive coaching styles, leading to the club’s consistent high regional finishes, podiums, and gold medals at the toughest tournaments in the nation.
Read more about Tstreet HERE.
Tstreet Pomona will be overseen and directed by Taylor Rosas, gold medal winning coach and member of the Tstreet Leadership Team. We will be fielding teams in all age divisions 12U – 18U, as well as our popular Tweens program. Prepare for club tryouts at our Tryout Preparation Clinics, running from July 15th through the end of September! All Clinics and Club Practices will be run out of the Darlene May Gym on the Cal Poly Pomona Campus at 3801 W. Temple Avenue, Pomona, CA 91768
For Questions, please contact the Tstreet Office at 949.305.8083 ext. 100 or email email@example.com
We look forward to welcoming you to Tstreet Pomona!
Taylor RosasDirector, Tstreet Pomona
Taylor Rosas enters his fourth year of coaching at Tstreet, once again Head Coaching 13-1s and 18-1s. In his years at Tstreet, Taylor’s 13-1s took home a bronze medal from Junior Nationals in 13 Open in 2018, and in 2017 his 12-1s finished 4th at Volleyball Festival in Phoenix, and he assisted the 17-1s to a 25th place finish in the Open Division of the USA Volleyball Girls Junior National Championships.
Prior to coaching at Tstreet he coached at Sudden Impact Volleyball Club in the greater Seattle area for 5 years. He led a team to junior nationals in 2014 in USA division. He also coached at Bellevue High School helping the team make it to the State tournament for the first time in 20 years. While in Washington he studied volleyball under the tutelage of Jim McLaughlin and the rest of the University of Washington coaching staff learning how to teach the game of volleyball. Previous to coaching in Washington Taylor coached locally at Tesoro High School and at Balboa Bay Volleyball club. He is currently studying psychology to help himself gain a better understanding of how people learn to become a better volleyball coach.
Andy Hein16-1 Head Coach, Tstreet Pomona
Andy Hein comes Tstreet after serving one year as an assistant with the Pepperdine men’s team and two with the Cal Baptist men’s program. He is currently an Assistant Coach for the UCI Women’s volleyball team.
The middle blocker played at Pepperdine from 2003-06, earning AVCA All-American honors twice and helping the Waves capture a national championship in 2005. He earned All-MPSF honors as a senior and junior, while garnering AVCA Player of the Week honors twice in 2005.
Hein remains in the Pepperdine record books, ranking first all-time with a .483 career hitting percentage and ranks first and second for his single-season hitting percentages for the rally scoring era with a .529 in 2005 and a .516 in 2006. He also ranks first and second in the record books for hitting percentage in a single match with a .909 (10-0-11) mark against Long Beach State in 2005 and a .882 (16-1-17) percentage against UC San Diego in 2004.
After graduation, Hein was a member of the USA Men’s National Team from 2006-13, collecting six medals, including gold at the 2010 FIVB World Championship Qualifier for NORCECA Group F and 2008 Pan American Cup.
Hein also played for Fidia Padova Volleyball Club, Spacers Toulouse Volleyball Club and Hypo Tirol Volleyball Team in Italy, France and Austria from 2012-15.
He has also worked with the Gold Medal Squared Volleyball Camps, Keegan Cook Volleyball Camp, USA High Performance Volleyball Camp and the Marv Dunphy Volleyball Camp.
Hein graduated from Pepperdine with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology in 2006. He then went on to earn a Master of Business Administration from DeVry University Keller Graduate School in 2015 with an emphasis in General Management and Finance.
Andy and his wife Kate have a daughter Marilyn.
Traci Dahl17-1 Head Coach, Tstreet Pomona
Traci Dahl will begin her first season as the Acting Head Coach of the Cal Poly Pomona volleyball team for the 2019 season.
It is also her third season at CPP as she spent the first two seasons (2017 and 2018) as the Associate Head Coach where she helped guide the Broncos to a combined 37-18 record.
Dahl comes to CPP after a successful stint at Indiana State University where she spent eight seasons before making the change to CPP. Dahl’s teams have had a history of strong performances both on and off the court. In 2016, the Sycamores received their 19th-straight AVCA Team Academic Award, the longest streak in NCAA history, for having a cumulative team GPA of 3.3 or higher. She coached 12 All Missouri Valley Conference players while at Indiana State.
The Sycamores posted back-to-back winning seasons in 2014 and 2015 while Dahl became the winningest head coach in Indiana State history. The Sycamores advanced to the Missouri Valley Conference Tournament in both 2011 and 2014. She finished her career at Indiana State with 101wins.
As head coach of the Sycamores’ DI volleyball program, Dahl was responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the team from travel, budgets, hiring assistants and fundraising. While also serving head coach, Dahl operated her own club, Indiana Elite Volleyball, from 2009-2016.
Dahl served as an Assistant Coach at Cerritos College before heading to Hofstra University in Long Island, New York where she spent the 2004 season. After Hofstra, she worked as an Assistant Coach and Kinesiology Professor at Cal State Fullerton from 2005-2008.
Dahl started her college playing career at Cerritos College where her team won a State Championship in 1992. That year she was named The California State Player of the Year. She was a Two-Time First Team All American as well as Two-Time South Coast Conference MVP. After Cerritos College she transferred to Long Beach State. During her playing career at Long Beach, Dahl was a Two-Time All-Big West selection and a Second-Team AVCA All-American in 1994. In the 1993 season Dahl was part of the 49ers National Championship team.
Dahl earned her Bachelor’s in Kinesiology from Long Beach State before getting her Master’s in Education from National University and a second Masters in Recreation and Sport Management at Indiana State. She was inducted into the Cerritos College Hall of Fame in March of 2012. Dahl is married to her husband Jarrod Skinner.
Julia WarrenCoach, Tstreet Pomona
Julia Warren will enter her first season as the assistant coach for the Cal Poly Pomona volleyball team in 2019.
Warren comes to CPP after one year as the Director of Operations for the University of New Mexico volleyball program. Previous to that, she was a four-year volleyball student-athlete for the NCAA Division I Lobos, then spent one season (2017) with GS Ilioupolis, a professional volleyball club based in Athens, Greece, after graduating from New Mexico in May 2017 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology.
In addition to serving as the Director of Operations for UNM volleyball for the 2018 campaign, Warren was also the head coach for the Albuquerque Rebels Volleyball Club.
As a student-athlete at UNM, Warren was a dynamic player as both an outside hitter and a libero. Throughout her four years, she played in a total of 424 sets in 114 matches, registering 890 kills, 143 assists, 68 aces, 122 total blocks (15 solo and 122 assisted) and had 1201 digs, producing a total of 1026.5 points.
As a result of her efficiency on the court, Warren was named All-Mountain West three times in her career and ranks fifth in program history in career digs.
She finished her career as the just 11th player in program history to earn three all-conference honors.
Statistically, Warren’s 1201 career digs and 890 career kills made her one of two players in program history to have at least 1000 career digs and 800 career kills during the 25-point rally scoring era (2008-present).
In her senior season (in 2016), Warren led the team in service aces with 31, was second in digs at 289 and third in kills with 294. She had 16 matches of double-digit kills, including a career-best 28 vs. Utah State on Nov. 12, as well as 16 matches with double-digit digs, including a season-best 17 vs. South Florida. She finished her senior campaign with 10 double-doubles, which tied for third-most in the Mountain West in 2016.
As a sophomore in 2014, Warren was named Mountain West Designated Libero of the Year after playing in 29 matches and switching from outside hitter to libero mid-way through the season. She was first among all liberos in the conference with 291 digs and second with 4.16 digs per set.
In her first season with the Lobos in 2013, Warren earned Mountain West Freshman of the Year, starting in 25 matches and tied for second on the team with 222 kills. At the conclusion of the year, Warren also was honored as the Top Newcomer on the team.
Warren is a native of Albuquerque, New Mexico.