WHS Coaching Staff

 

Andrea Roelen, Varsity Head Coach & Program Director

Coach Andrea “Hammer” Roelen has been with the Falcon program since 2015. She attended the University of Puget Sound where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and played collegiate volleyball, earning multiple First-Team All-American honors and was a National Championship MVP. Coach Roelen received a Master’s Degree in Genetics and Cell Biology from Washington State University and was an assistant coach for the NCAA Division 1 program for two years and the Head Coach for the men’s club volleyball program. She has coached for over 20 years including at the high school, club and college levels and still actively plays competitive volleyball.

Anna Fitzpatrick, JV Coach

Coach Anna is new to Falcon Volleyball in 2018, and brings seven years of coaching experience with her. She has played volleyball most of her life, including at the collegiate level with the University of Puget Sound where she graduated with a Bachelors degree in Sociology and a Psychology minor. Most of her playing career has been as an outside hitter, though she has experience as middle blocker and defensive specialist too. Coach Anna is passionate about the benefits of girls’ involvement in athletics, and strives to help each player find confidence, competitiveness, and a love for the sport.

Maren Duimstra, C-Team Coach

Maren joined WHS Volleyball in 2017. Originally from South Dakota, she transplanted to the Seattle area in 2014. Ever since she was a kid, she has loved the game of volleyball and has always played libero, both during her high school career and following. She is a physical therapist at MTI Physical Therapy and has a passion for health, fitness, exercise and volleyball.

Lindsay Doughty, Varsity Assistant

Lindsay joined WHS Volleyball In 2017.  Originally from Canada, Lindsay played collegiate volleyball at McNeese State University in Louisiana as an outside/middle hitter and earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Secondary Education.  She received her Master’s Degree in Education from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles.  After eleven years teaching in California, Lindsay moved to Seattle and is in her second year teaching mathematics at Woodinville High School.  She has a passion for sports and still regularly plays competitive softball and volleyball.