Kendrea Meyer started playing volleyball in the 8th grade for the former Nike NW Jrs out of Greshman, Oregon under Michelle Buckner and Rod Jones. While in High School, Meyer played for Fort Vancouver High, in Vancouver, WA. Freshman thru Junior year she earned her SW Washington Player of the Year award. During her Junior Season, she guided her team to their first Washington State HS Girls Volleyball Regional appearance. With the relocation of her family to Sandpoint, Idaho, Meyer found herself playing club for North Idaho VBC under the former Notre Dame and Stanford Women’s Volleyball Coach Art Lambert. While at Sandpoint High School, Meyer played for the former Ohio State Men’s setter Jeff Hurst – the 1999 squad went 45-0 and brought home the 5th IHSSA Girls Volleyball State Title. Meyer received Idaho Player of the Year, Inland NW 1st team and Sandpoint HS MVP honors. Meyer received a full-athletic scholarship to attend Boise State University under former US Men’s Olympic and Stanford Head Coach Fred Sturm. Meyer entered coaching after a successful JuCo and Division I collegiate career, that included 2nd place finish at the JuCo National Championships with College of Southern Idaho, NJCCA All-American Honorable Mention and the 2002 Big Sky Conference Libero of the Year Award. Prior to moving to Florida, Meyer helped coach her alma mater, Sandpoint High School, to their 7th and 8th State Titles in 2005 and 2006. While in Idaho she coached for Sandpoint VBC and traveled the Inland Northwest with All-American Volleyball Camps in the summer months. Kendrea was the former Head Coach at Canterbury High School, in St. Petersburg, Florida. While at Canterbury, Meyer coached the Crusaders to capture 3 District Championships, reach the Regional Finals, and make it all the way to the State Final-Four. This will be Coach Meyer’s fourth season at OTVA. Meyer was the former Assistant Coach to Dexter Rogers in 2014/2015 helping their 17’s squad to their National Bid to JO’s.