Challenge Yourself: Empowering Leaders and Coaches to Be More Effective.

E1: Greg + McKenna Reitz: WHO WE ARE

January 04, 2021 Greg and McKenna Reitz Season 1 Episode 1
Challenge Yourself: Empowering Leaders and Coaches to Be More Effective.
E1: Greg + McKenna Reitz: WHO WE ARE
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Challenge Yourself: Empowering Leaders and Coaches to Be More Effective.
E1: Greg + McKenna Reitz: WHO WE ARE
Jan 04, 2021 Season 1 Episode 1
Greg and McKenna Reitz

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GREG + MCKENNA REITZ

Together Greg and McKenna have a over 400 career coaching wins between them at both the college and high school levels.

 A native of Huntington Beach, CA, Greg has been coaching both women's and men's college volleyball for over 20 years and is currently in his eleventh season at Lourdes University. And outstanding player during his collegiate days, Greg played two season at Golden West College where he lead the team to the 1995 state championship in California and was.  He was named the state’s Most Valuable Player and earned All-Orange Empire Conference accolades during his stay with the Rustlers.  Reitz then transferred to Long Beach State University where he played his final two collegiate seasons.

​Greg went on to play beach volleyball in both the Association of Volleyball Professionals as well as the Midwest Professional Volleyball Association.  He has also earned several medals as a player at the USA Volleyball Open Nationals over the past 12 years.  Reitz has since traveled to Russia and Ukraine as part of the Athletes in Action international volleyball team.

​A native of Sylvania, OH, McKenna is in her 16th year of coaching varsity volleyball and teaching Advanced Placement Psychology at Springfield High School. McKenna played four years of collegiate volleyball at Hope College in Holland, MI where she led her team to a MIAA Conference title and earned All-MIAA Conference accolades.

​As the varsity volleyball coach at Springfield High School, McKenna has has 41 All-Conference, 32 All-District and two All-State players while also being name District Coach of the Year in 2012 after winning the programs first Northern Lakes League title in over twelve years.

​Greg and McKenna have two beautiful daughter Karsen (2012) and Maddox (2015).

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www.challengecoaching.org

GREG + MCKENNA REITZ

Together Greg and McKenna have a over 400 career coaching wins between them at both the college and high school levels.

 A native of Huntington Beach, CA, Greg has been coaching both women's and men's college volleyball for over 20 years and is currently in his eleventh season at Lourdes University. And outstanding player during his collegiate days, Greg played two season at Golden West College where he lead the team to the 1995 state championship in California and was.  He was named the state’s Most Valuable Player and earned All-Orange Empire Conference accolades during his stay with the Rustlers.  Reitz then transferred to Long Beach State University where he played his final two collegiate seasons.

​Greg went on to play beach volleyball in both the Association of Volleyball Professionals as well as the Midwest Professional Volleyball Association.  He has also earned several medals as a player at the USA Volleyball Open Nationals over the past 12 years.  Reitz has since traveled to Russia and Ukraine as part of the Athletes in Action international volleyball team.

​A native of Sylvania, OH, McKenna is in her 16th year of coaching varsity volleyball and teaching Advanced Placement Psychology at Springfield High School. McKenna played four years of collegiate volleyball at Hope College in Holland, MI where she led her team to a MIAA Conference title and earned All-MIAA Conference accolades.

​As the varsity volleyball coach at Springfield High School, McKenna has has 41 All-Conference, 32 All-District and two All-State players while also being name District Coach of the Year in 2012 after winning the programs first Northern Lakes League title in over twelve years.

​Greg and McKenna have two beautiful daughter Karsen (2012) and Maddox (2015).