New assistant brings wealth of experience as club coach
By: CSU-Pueblo Athletics Media Relations
PUEBLO, Colo. (GoThunderWolves.com – Aug. 17, 2010) – Longtime club volleyball coach Stephanie Vidick has been named the top assistant of the CSU-Pueblo Volleyball team.
Vidick began her duties last week in time for the start of the ThunderWolves' fall camp.
She was most recently the head coach of Club 5280, a Denver-based club team, with which she still plans to be involved in addition to her duties as the Pack's top assistant.
Vidick has been coaching volleyball since 2001, when she was first hired as a co-head coach for the Club Fowler 14s. Prior to her coaching career, she played volleyball at Otero Junior College in La Junta, Colo. She received her Bachelor's in economics from Colorado State University in Fort Collins.
"I'm very excited to be coaching volleyball at CSU-Pueblo," Vidick said. "Volleyball has always been apart of my life and my excitement level is high."
As for her expectations for the upcoming season, Vidick sees a bright future ahead.
"We have great talent this year and we have a lot we can bring to the table."
Vidick was brought in to replace former assistant, Kelli Berg, who resigned the position after two years on the job to pursue a career in physical therapy.