Head coach Megan Glennie enters her second season at the helm of the women's volleyball program.
Last season's debut run as the Hornet Heado Coach, Glennie lead Fullerton to the playoffs for the first time in three years with an overall record of 15-8.
Glennie was born and raised in Southern California and attended California Baptist University on a volleyball scholarship. She graduated with her Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing from CBU, where she played as a libero on the women’s indoor volleyball team. During her time there, CBU went on to the quarterfinals of the NAIA Championships in 2010 and won the NCCAA Championship in 2011. After her indoor volleyball season, she decided to pursue beach volleyball. In her first month of competition she earned her AA ranking and received a scholarship to obtain her MBA and play for the Division I Sand Volleyball team at Grand Canyon University. She played two seasons for the Lopes and earned her Master’s in Business Administration with an Emphasis in Leadership. During her senior year for the Lopes (2015) GCU finished 15th in the nation in the AVCA Collegiate Sand Volleyball Association. Personally, Megan went on to earn her AAA in beach volleyball.
Megan has coached on and off for over 8 years. She began her coaching career in 2010, helping run summer camps and clinics every year for California Baptist University upon graduation in 2013. During this time, Megan also coached at the club volleyball level in 2013, where she helped take her team as an assistant to the Junior Olympics Tournament, finishing 5th overall. Megan has also coached for Gold Medal Squared, where she was fortunate enough to coach with Division 1 college coaches and learn the various techniques and methods that set their programs up for success. In 2015, Megan was named the Volleyball Director at Pacifica Christian High School. As the Director, Megan was the head coach of the women’s indoor and sand volleyball program, while also directing/assisting the men’s indoor program. Currently, Megan is the club Director at ProPlay Volleyball Club where she both coaches and directs 14 teams.
Along with directing and coaching at ProPlay, Megan was also named the Head Women’s Varsity Volleyball Coach at Troy High School, where she set forth in running their program.