CINTHIA ANGUS

COACH

This is Cinthia Angus' first year with Boomers and she will be the assistant coach of the 18 Black team along with aiding in club wide middle blocker training. Cinthia has extensive international volleyball training and playing experience. Cinthia began playing club volleyball in Brazil at the age of 13 and won many regional and states championships. Cinthia moved to the United States and played at Salt Lake Community College for 2 years, where she won many awards including 2006 SWAC Honorable Mention; 2007 NJCAA All-tournament team, 2nd Team All-American, 1st Team SWAC All-Region, and 3rd place NJCAA Championship. Cinthia then transferred to the University of Utah where she won a MWC Conference Championship, helping lead her team to a Sweet 16 Appearance and Pacific Banker’s Classic All-Tournament Team. As a volunteer assistant coach at Utah, Cinthia helped develop two PAC-12 athletes, both members of the A1 and A2 USA teams. After Utah, she moved to the UK to pursue a master’s degree and be the Head Coach at Durham University-UK, leading the Palatines to the British University & College Sports National Championship along with various volunteer coaching opportunities with one of the UK’s most successful junior volleyball programs, North Riding Eagles VC. In her most recent club involvement, Cinthia was fortunate enough to coach (Intermountain Region) and assist with the development of three great student-athletes that are now sophomores competing in the Mid-American Conference, West Coast Conference, and Big-12 Conference. She also coached three all-conference selections in 2015 along with 1 libero of the year nomination, leading the Snow College Badgers to the semifinals of the Scenic West Athletic Conference Tournament. Cinthia is currently the assistant coach at Barry University in Miami Shores. Since arriving at Barry, Cinthia has been responsible for implementing and teaching swing block, middles development, serving and scouting. Cinthia holds a USAV CAP 1 certification and participated in the High Performance training and tryouts summer 2016.

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