Demand is at an all-time high for personal volleyball instruction / lessons. All of the Dynasty coaches are available for volleyball lessons if a coach choses to offer them. Each coach is an independent contractor and the club does not endorse one coach over another when it comes to lessons. As a general rule, coaches are discouraged from giving lessons to players on their personal teams to avoid any apparent conflict of interest. The following coaches are employed by Dynasty and have produced and/or played at the highest level. Please refer to the Coaches Bio page of our website to learn more about each coach!
13 Black & 14 Black Head Coach
Cell: (913) 645-5716
Bryon Larson is the founder and club director of the Dynasty Volleyball Club. Coach Larson was recognized as the AVCA 12-U National Coach of the Year in 2017. Coach Larson has a reputation for building champions through a mixture of fundamental instruction, technical feedback, and a positive communication style that athletes respond to. Click on the lesson link below for Coach Bryon's availability.
15 Black; 16 Black, 17-1 Academy Head Coach
Brian Tate has coached at Dynasty for 3yrs, but he has been coaching volleyball for 5 yrs. Brian has experience as a head coach at MPV and 4yrs as an assistant coach at Rockhurst University. During his time at Rockhurst, Brian coached 6 All Americans, including the Division II National Player of the Year and 16 All Conference players.
11 Black Co-Head Coach; 10 Black and 16 Black Assistant
Cell (816) 838-4422
Keely coached 11 Black to a USAV national championship in 2016 and she is currently the head varsity volleyball coach at Lawrence Free State. Keely was an All-Conference, All-District and All-State recognized athlete in HS as an outside hitter.
13 Black and 14 Black Head Coach
Lori Angello hails from Lansing, Kansas. She is beginning her 8th season coaching at Dynasty, and she has also coached at Johnson County Community College. At Dynasty, she has served as the assistant coach for Club Director, Bryon Larson's 12 Black and 13 Black teams over the years. Lori has won over 10 National Qualifiers, 1 National Championship and 2 2nd place finishes at Nationals.
17 Black Assistant Coach
Stevie Jo has been coaching with Dynasty since 2013. Prior to joining Dynasty, Stevie Jo coached for other local clubs. As a player, Stevie Jo excelled at Olathe South High School and Avila University as an outside hitter/ DS.
11 Blue Head Coach; 14 Gray Head Coach
Amy has 10 years of club coaching experience and four years of collegiate coaching experience at NCAA DIII , NAIA and Junior college levels. Amy has taken two club teams to junior nationals during her time coaching and has a passion for teaching fundamentals and focusing on ball control and offense.
14 Blue Head Coach
Cell (816) 803-5569
Eric played club volleyball at Truman State University (NMSU), and continued playing USAV Club after graduating in 1996. In addition, Eric led his company’s Corporate Challenge volleyball team to three consecutive championships in 2003, 2004, and 2005. He began coaching club volleyball in 2012, and this will be his second year with Dynasty.
Tessa has been coaching club for four seasons, but is beginning her first season coaching with Dynasty. She believes coaching is more than just developing volleyball skills, it’s instilling habits and behaviors that will make strong and confident women. Tessa played varsity volleyball all four years of high school at Papillion LaVista South where they took the team to state for the first time and received runner-up. Tessa was a national champion for 18s open while playing for Nebraska Juniors where she was also selected as the All-Tournament Team Libero. She went on to play at Washburn University where she played three seasons.
11 Black Co-Head Coach; 12 Black Head Coach; 17 Black Assistant
Andy is entering his 27th consecutive year of volleyball experience with HOA as a player, club director, and coach. He has coached Junior Olympic Volleyball the past 12 seasons and led the 2015 Dynasty 12 Black team to a National Championship. To date, many of his former players have gone on to play in college, including several at the Top 25 Division 1 level. Andy is also a Certified Financial Planner and has a limited lesson schedule, his lessons are by appointment only.
Academy Director and 17 Black Head Coach
This is Brett's FOURTH year at Dynasty and he also acts as assistant Coach at Division II Rockhurst University, where he has coached for 4 plus years. Coach Ferguson is also the Dynasty Academy Director.
12 Blue Head Coach; 14 Academy Regional Head Coach
Tom has been coaching volleyball for 13 yrs, and the past 7 yrs have been with Dynasty. Tom's Dynasty teams qualified for nationals in 2013, 2014, and 2015, 2017 and 2018. To schedule a lesson with Tom, please click on the lesson availability link below.
17 Blue Head Coach
Daniel Arteaga is from Caracas, Venezuela where he played for the National Team of Venezuela for seven years and this is his first season coaching for Dynasty. Daniel comes to Dynasty as a highly decorated former volleyball player for Park University. During his college career at Park he was Team Captain, National Invitational Tournament MVP, Two-Time NAIA National Champion, Three-Time AVCA All-American, Park university Athlete of the Year, South Division Conference MVP, Rookie of the Year, South Division All-Tournament Team and South Division First Team All-Conference.
18 Blue Assistant Coach
Wes has been coaching volleyball at Dynasty for 6 yrs. He served as the assistant coach to 11 Black in 2014 when they were runner up in the 11 Patriot division at the USAV Girls' Junior National Championship and also in 2015 when 12 Black won the 12 National championship in New Orleans. Please contact Wes via email to schedule a lesson.
12 Gray Head Coach
Katy has coached club volleyball since 2003, joining the Dynasty coaching staff in 2012. She was a setter at Avila University and Nebraska Wesleyan University. Please contact Katy at the email above to schedule a lesson.
10 Black Head Coach
Brad started coaching in 2007 and joined Bryon Larson when Dynasty formed in 2009. After graduate school, Brad played adult club for 14 years as a setter and has always enjoyed playing volleyball as a hobby, but coaching is his passion.