Kelsey Bennett

Coach Profile

Years with Cobb Atlanta: 
2 years
Kelsey Bennett begins her first year with Cobb Atlanta Juniors!  Kelsey is a Kaysville, Utah native and began her playing career at Fairfield Junior High School. She played her high school volleyball at Davis, as well as playing basketball and running track. She chose to continue on with her volleyball career at Salt Lake Community College in Utah. Kelsey was a libero for Salt Lake Community College in 2008 and 2009 before moving on to play at Campbell University in North Carolina, where she earned her Bachelor’s Degree in exercise science. At Salt Lake Community College, Kelsey was a key player on teams that finished ninth at NJCAA Nationals in her freshman year and fourth in her sophomore season. At Campbell University, she led the team in digs in both her junior and senior seasons. Bennett served an internship on the Campbell staff in the spring of her senior season and specializes in working with back row players and the defensive aspects of volleyball. She was voted to multiple All-Tournament Teams as a player at SLCC and at Campbell.
 
Kelsey returned to Salt Lake Community College to coach following her volleyball playing career at Campbell. She was on the coaching staff for four seasons, three of which she was the head strength and conditioning coach. Outside of coaching at SLCC, Kelsey was a sports performance trainer at The Orthopedic Specialty Hospital, where she had the opportunity to train a variety of athletes. Kelsey also coached a 14’s team at Club V for a season.
 
Bennett coached the 15-1's at Cobb Atlanta for the 2016-2017 season. During that year, her team won two tournament championships, Lil' Big South as well as Rally Challenge, where the team played up in the 16's age division. They also earned a bid to American USAV National Championships where they finised 11th out of 64 teams. 
 

History

Member for
2 years 2 months