October 7th, 2017, (Ages: 16’s, 17’s, 18’s)
Coppell Middle School West
1301 Wrangler Cir, Coppell, TX 75019: 10am – 12pm

Please be sure to bring the following:

1. Copy of your daughters birth certificate
2. Copy of USAV/NTR Membership card
3. Drive Nation Tryout/Registration form (Attached)
4. $1000 deposit for the 2017/2018 season

OCT 7 (Age: 16-17-18)


Stevie Mussie
Stevie Mussie is the Director of Volleyball at Drive Nation. She was the former head coach for Women’s Volleyball at Arizona State University. Prior to that, she was an assistant coach at Penn State. Prior to Penn State, Mussie was an assistant coach at Virginia. While at Virginia, Mussie was involved in all aspects of recruiting, as well as training passers and pin hitters. During her tenure, she helped transform the program, improving the team from a 9-22 squad in 2012 to a fifth-place finish in the ACC in 2013. She also assisted in the development of 2013 ACC Freshman of the Year, Jasmine Burton, as well as two AVCA All-America honorable mentions and two All-ACC selections.
 Mussie graduated from Washington in 2008, with a bachelor’s degree in sociology after transferring from Pacific in 2004. Mussie played in three consecutive NCAA tournaments during her career at Washington. She was part of the 2005 national championship squad as well as the 2006 national finals team. In her senior season with the Huskies, Mussie was named the most outstanding player at the 2006 NCAA Seattle regional and also earned first-team All-PAC 10 honors.
 Following graduation, Mussie spent a year as an assistant coach at the University of Colorado, before moving to the junior club level, where she was the regional director at Team Complete Athlete, a high-profile club based in Newport Beach, Calif. from 2009-10.
Prentice Lewis
Prentice Lewis currently is the Head Coach of the Arlington, Grace Prep Lions.
She spent 13 years (2002-2014) as the Head Coach at TCU, where she remains the winningest coach in school history, compiling a 245-174 overall record while competing in the Big XII, Mountain West, and Conference USA.  Lewis coached the Horned Frogs to 10 winning seasons, with six of them being 20 win seasons.  Her 2009 squad had the greatest season in school history, reaching the 2nd round of the NCAA Tournament while earning a 27-7 record. As a student-athlete, Prentice (Perkins) Lewis played at Long Beach State from 1992-1995.  During her time at CSULB, the 49ers made three trips to the Final Four, winning the National Championship in 1993.  Prentice participated in the U.S. Olympic Festival in ’93, and was named Big West Scholar Athlete of the Year in ’94.
LJ Stuer
LJ is originally from Montreal Canada but grew up in DFW. He went to Ottawa University on a Volleyball Scholarship left with a 4.0. Getting a degree in Secondary education. He grew up playing all sports but specialized in Ice Hockey. He played semi-professional in British Columbia after high school before a career ending injury forced his to pick up a new sport. And since he couldn’t just watch, it had to be a sport he could still play.
“Volleyball is my passion. I love playing it and teaching the game. It’s a fast and beautiful sport and I still play it competitively at a high level. I love to coach and specialize in all positions. My players are always cross-trained and able to play multiple positions. I don’t teach one position robots, I teach my players to understand different aspects and positions of the game. Seeing a players development both mentally and physically playing the game is why I coach. I love to be a positive force in these young woman’s lives. Improvement is what I am after. If I can teach these kids anything, it is making sure they give 100% effort in everything they do. “
“Volleyball was ingrained in my blood early as I went to Arlington Martin during their volleyball glory years. I served as volleyball manager all 4 years. During which we went to state each year and won it all in 2006.”
Rachael Sievert

Coming from an athletic background Rachael has always surrounded herself with sports. For the past 15 yrs she has been coaching club volleyball ranging from 12’s – 16’s. During the 2014 season she was the only coach to qualify her team for the Tour of Texas. She is currently working on getting her personal trainer certification and also volunteers at Adaptive Training foundation. In her spare time she is either on the sand court or spending time with family & friends.

Kelli Trautmann
Kelli is the head coach for the University of Dallas volleyball team in March, 2017. Trautmann becomes the 17th coach named to the helm for the program. Trautmann previously spent the past three years working as an assistant coach at the collegiate level. Her most recent stop was at NCAA Division III Allegheny College located in Meadville, Pennsylvania. Hired in May, 2016, Trautmann was brought on as an assistant but served as the acting head coach once 30-year head coach Bridget Sheehan took a leave of absence for the 2016 season due to medical reasons. The Gators posted a 9-16 record that campaign.Prior to that, Trautmann was the assistant volleyball coach at NAIA Williams Woods University in Fulton, Missouri. The team went 22-15 and 9-3 in the American Midwest Conference (AMC) when she was an assistant in 2015.During the 2014-15 school year, she worked at NCAA DIII Millsaps College. While with the Majors, Trautmann served as an assistant coach for volleyball and was the assistant for the Track and Field team. The volleyball team in 2014 rolled to a 22-6 record and 11-3 in the Southern Athletic Association (SAA). The Majors led all of NCAA DIII in digs per set at 22.32. Between these three institutions, Trautmann handled several responsibilities including: Recruiting, conducting workouts and practices, volleyball lessons instructor. scouting, scheduling, game day supervisor, and other related coaching duties.
 In 2015-16 at Williams Woods University, she was part of the NAIA Women’s Basketball Championship Tournament Staff. Before assisting at Millsaps, Trautmann was the head volleyball, assistant junior varsity basketball, and head throws coach for track & field at Waterford Union High School in Wisconsin. She also held positions as a volleyball lessons and camp instructor, club volleyball tournament director, and Badger Region USA volleyball official. Prior to coaching, Trautmann starred for both the volleyball and track & field teams at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Her career-high 36 digs in a match ranked fifth highest in program history, and she claimed Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC) Sportsmanship honors in 2010 and WIAC All-Defensive Team accolades in 2011. The Warhawks won a regular-season WIAC title, a pair of WIAC Tournament crowns, and advanced to four NCAA Tournaments during her career. In track & field, Trautmann qualified for the 2010 and 2011 WIAC Championships (indoor and outdoor) in shot put and discus and was also named to the Academic Honor Roll. Trautmann earned her Masters of Education in Athletic/Activities Administration at William Woods University in June 2017.In May 2013, Trautmann graduated from UW-Whitewater with a Bachelor of Science in Education, Physical Education, Emphasis on Health, Human Performance and Recreation with an Athletic Coaching Minor.
Derek Gilstrap
Raised in West Texas, Derek was an avid athlete throughout his youth. He moved to the DFW area where he completed his college education, and has spent the last 5 seasons coaching club volleyball. He has coached a total of 7 club teams within that time, ages 13 to 18. Three of those seasons ended with teams competing at nationals. In his free time he still enjoys playing volleyball and tennis through local leagues.



Drive Nation’s philosophy is simple: We believe if you combine the right technical, tactical, mental and physical volleyball training, along with good nutrition, a focus on academics and leadership skills, you can accomplish truly amazing things, both on and off the court.


We also aim to treat each and every player, regardless of their skill level, with the same amount of respect —  because we ultimately understand that each and every player develops at their own pace.


Connecting The Next Generation of Athletes and Coaches 


Accelerate your improvement with cutting-edge technology Access your Volleyball video off-court, online and on your phone Analyze your game on-court with multi- angle video, performance tools & more Create recruiting videos and share your best highlights Improve quicker through instant visual learning


Less time spent explaining and more time coaching Ability to provide real-time or remote audio and visual coaching Create a more engaged and focused volleyball training environment Every session counts by having every SmartCourt session recorded and stored in the cloud Create customized workouts and interactive training sessions Utilize high performance video and coaching tools – instant replay, slow motion, drawing tools, and more


Stream on-court action: fan engagement and remote scouting Increase the effectiveness of your practices and volleyball training sessions Gain a performance edge on the competition Review practice and game video and statistics away from the court Transform any SmartCourt into its own media channel Recruit top talent with the best technology in the sport 


THE PLAYSIGHT APP: With the click of a button, you can turn your mobile phone into a live streaming device.

REVIEW, SHARE & COMPARE: Review all of your previous SmartCourt sessions – create custom clips, and share them with friends, family, and social media.

ACCESS YOUR CAREER: All of your SmartCourt volleyball training sessions will be automatically uploaded and stored in the PlaySight cloud, and you can access them at any time through the PlaySight App – which is available for free for both iOS & Android devices.

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PHONE  |  972-456-1200 


ADDRESS  |  2550 Rental Car Dr. Irving TX 75261

MAILING ADDRESS  | P.O. Box 610589 Dallas, TX 75261