Regis High School has named Liz Anderson as the next Head Volleyball Coach.
Anderson is entering her third season coaching at Regis High School and is excited to step into her first season leading the team.
Anderson graduated from Turtle Lake High School in 2017 as a four-year varsity starter and a WVCA-All State Honorable Mention player for the Lakers. She continued on to play collegiate club volleyball for the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire where she received All-Conference and All-Tournament recognition. Since then, she has coached for four seasons at the high school level at both Regis High School (JV/Varsity) and Luck High School (Varsity) and continues to be involved with the volleyball community in the Chippewa Valley.
“I am excited to return to Regis High School to share my vision to create a culture of excellence,” Anderson said. “One where hard work and dedication are celebrated, and where our student-athletes are equipped with the skills, knowledge, and values they need to succeed on and off the court.”
Through our volleyball program’s commitment to excellence, Anderson and her coaching team aim to create a legacy of success that inspires future generations of student-athletes to achieve at the highest level.