Ramin coached girls volleyball for over 20 years and started a boys program in 2008. His teams have participated in multiple Junior Olympics and other national tournaments. Many of our players are currently playing collegiate volleyball. I have been a part of Houston's volleyball community since 1983, where I have served as a club director, coach, tournament director, and an active player. His playing accomplishments include a 1st place finish in the 2004 Men's Nationals and 2nd place finish in the 2011 Senior Olympics.
He received his degree with an emphasis in Mechanical Engineering and Education. Ramin has been married since 1982 and has three kids. His daughter played collegiate volleyball at Princeton University, his oldest son played volleyball for The University of Texas, and his youngest son is beginning to learn the game.
Ryan was born and raised in Houston's volleyball community. He began playing on GCVA's 18's team at the age of 14. He became one of the members of Spike Sport's inaugural team. In 2012 he moved on to play at the University of Texas at Austin, where he served as the President. He has received awards in both collegiate and adult tournaments throughout his playing career. He has coached for both volleyball clubs, and high schools across Texas, and is now a volunteering as one of The University of Texas' Volleyball coaches.
Chris is the newest member of our coaching staff, he has coached and played volleyball in the Houston area for over 20 years. As a player, he has competed in many tournaments, including numerous USAV Adult National Tournaments. His son, Reilly, is a member of our program and has played club volleyball for the last 5 years. We are lucky to have both Reilly and Chris in our program.
Farshid has been a dedicated member of Houston's volleyball community for over 25 years. Over those years, he has served as both a coach and player. He participated in nationally ranked tournaments such as The Open Nationals. Farshid has been a coach at Spike Sport since 2011, when his son began playing for the 18's team at the age of 14. Omid has completed his stretch with the team, and will play for Texas State.