The Volleyball Practice (TVP) welcomes Amy Sani to the team!
Amy Sani, a former All-ACC standout for Duke University and professional volleyball player in Europe's top league, brings top level collegiate and international volleyball experience, and professional experience in nutrition, to TVP's programs.
TVP Director John Hartranft is working with Amy to plan TVP's 2015-16 season. He states, "Boys volleyball programs need good role models that are knowledgeable and experienced and willing to work. Amy is poised to enhance TVP programs with a professional skill set and a global perspective. We are preparing for a volleyball season of educational experiences with a group of good people."
Amy reflected on her decision to join the TVP staff. "TVP aims to offer a well-rounded experience for young volleyball players. I am looking forward to working with my TVP colleagues to continue building a community that supports youth development through volleyball."
At Duke, Amy was a 4-yr starting outside hitter and earned a number of awards, including:
Amy played professionally for GS Marzola, Volano Volley and Torrefranca di Mattarello in Italy, while at the same time starting up a nutrition consulting business. For more than 11 years, Amy worked with professional and recreational athletes, adults, children, seniors, schools, private companies and non-profit organizations as a nutrition consultant.
Amy is IMPACT certified by USA Volleyball. A Dean's List student-athlete, Amy graduated from Duke with a Bachelors degree in Psychology. She earned her masters degree in Nutrition and Food Science from Florida State University.
For more information, read Amy's bio.
About The Volleyball Practice
The TVP community is committed to learning and playing volleyball in a positive manner that connects skills with principles valued on and off the court. Through our actions, we win the respect of our teammates, colleagues, opponents and families, build our communities, and contribute to the growth of the game. For more information about TVP, visit www.thevolleyballpractice.com.