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Jen Fielding

Coach Jen has been playing volleyball since she was 13 years old – and still tries to play whenever possible – over 40 years later – and loves not only the game of volleyball, but seeing other youth grow in the sport and love it the same way!

She was an Assistant Coach for TNT 15s in 2020 – her introduction to TNT – and loved every minute of it! The girls were such a pleasure to coach and the program itself is growing and dynamic. Her specialty with this group was to promote MVP of the Tournament to boost self-esteem and encourage the girls to strive each time they hit the court. She also promoted Team Leadership by keeping stats for the Head Coach, especially girls who worked hard to improve. She is excited to be returning this season as an Assistant Coach for the 15s again.

Working with 13s and 14s girls with Doylestown Athletic Association in Doylestown, PA for the past seven years, Jen was the Head Coach of over 14 different teams from the Central Bucks School District in the Spring and Fall. She coached them on the skills necessary to become successful at volleyball, designed to sharpen their reaction times, initiate athletic prowess on the court, and excel in all areas, including sportsmanship. She also worked with the families and provided weekly updates with successes and challenges she saw on the court. She managed multiple Assistant coaches over these years, encouraging them to work with athletes who might have needed special work – or, just to keep the team energy high.

Jen also coached underprivileged youth from 2011-13 at Northern Children’s Services, teaching them the basics of volleyball, how to work as a team, sportsmanship and leadership both on and off the court as they faced extremely difficult physical and emotional challenges in their lives.

Jen coached private lessons for athletes who wanted to try out for Club teams or the local high school tryouts. Many of Jen’s athletes made Club teams, as well as are now playing Varsity for Central Bucks West, East and South teams. At least two athletes have moved on to play at the college level.

She started her volleyball career at New Milford High School in CT earning a Varsity spot as a Sophomore, playing middle hitter. She became a co-Captain her Senior year and worked within the CT Western Conference to become a well-rounded player, leader and mentor to other players. CT did not have a “super” volleyball program at the time, but she did earn a Scholar-Athlete Award her Senior year for superior play.

Jen played Division 3 volleyball at Moravian College in Bethlehem, PA. Again, her specialty was middle hitter and blocker. She was not able to complete her time at Moravian due to an injury, but while there, she made a difference on the court and worked extensively with the Captains to promote positive leadership and teamwork.

Playing in Washington, D.C., Maryland and Pennsylvania for the ensuing years with Co-ed leagues at the A and BB levels, Jen worked hard to become an all-around player and move out of her comfort zone as middle hitter and blocker. However, it became clear when she was able to block men 6’4” and taller that THIS was her claim to fame and she loves coaching young athletes on “how you can do this, too”!

Jen works professionally in municipal government as an Executive Assistant to the Township Manager of Warrington Township and is editor of the LINK magazine. She loves to help others both personally and professionally and truly lives her life as a “middle hitter” on and off the court. Any questions, you can reach Coach Jen at [email protected] or follow her on Instagram @CurlyJJJ.

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