Allie Clements began playing volleyball in third grade. Realizing her passion and love for the sport, she continued playing at a variety of levels into adulthood.
Allie has played multiple positions, but she is currently playing Right Side on scholarship at Tacoma Community College. Before arriving at TCC, Allie played in the NAIA program at the University of Great Falls.
Prior to college ball, Allie was a three year letterman at Puyallup High School. During her senior year at PHS, she was a captain, finishing first in league and placing 5th in state.
Allie also played club ball for five years, which brought her to nationals twice and a first place finish in Power League her U18 year.
Allie has coached at the U13 and U15 level for Sumner Recreation Center.
She coached the U15 Green team last year with Reach Volleyball Club.
She is currently coaching at Puyallup High School.
Coaching Philosophy: “Having played volleyball since elementary school, I have had many different coaches who have all impacted me as both a volleyball player and a young woman. The opportunity to coach makes me excited to share my love, passion, and competitive spirit for the sport of volleyball. Helping girls to become confident young women in both volleyball and their outside lives, drives me as a coach. I believe that in volleyball you have to give it all you have, both mentally and physically. You have to want it, work for it, and you will achieve it.”
“Excellence is never an accident. It is a result of high intention, sincere effort, intelligent direction, skillful execution, and the vision to see obstacles as opportunities.”