Girls Club Directors
Founder & OPVC Director
Ginger Hineline hails from the small town of Wheatland, Wyoming, where as a standout athlete she won three high school state volleyball championships, a State Track Championship and a state Basketball Championship. She was an all state and all conference high school volleyball player. There was not any club volleyball programs in the state of Wyoming at that time so her senior year in high school she traveled twice a week three ½ hours each way to play club volleyball for Front Range Volleyball Club in Denver, Colorado. She earned all tournament team honors at the Crossroads USA Qualifier Tournament her senior year. These accomplishments helped Ginger earn a full ride scholarship to play Division I volleyball at the University of Wyoming. As the starting outside hitter, her 1989 Wyoming Cowgirl Volleyball Team is the most successful in school history winning the HCAC Conference and going on to compete in the NCAA tournament beating highly ranked teams including 5th ranked Stanford at the time to advance to the NCAA Elite 8 nabbing an All Conference player title, and, in 1991, making the USVBA All American first team for Women’s Open Silver Division. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education/Health Sciences. In 2005 her 1989 University of Wyoming Cowgirl Volleyball team was inducted into the University of Wyoming Hall of Fame.
Ginger has 35 years of experience coaching and training volleyball players, including a four-year College Coaching position as Assistant Coach for the Lady Vols volleyball team at the University of Tennessee. She has coached numerous volleyball camps across the country as a Division I college player and coach, and since moving to Cincinnati in 2003, has continued to coach Junior Olympic Club teams, camps, and clinics, along with doing individual and group training for volleyball players from kindergarten age to high school seniors. In 2010, she started Cincinnati Volleyball Academy, where she served as club director, personal trainer, and team coach—growing the program from 2 club teams to 22 in just five years. For the past 10 years, the club teams she has personally coached have consistently ranked in the top ten in the OVR every year with many in the top five rankings. She is recognized as one of the best youth volleyball trainers and coaches in the Cincinnati area.
Since starting Ohio Premier Volleyball Club in 2016 the club has grown from 11 teams to now 27 teams. Her reputation, work ethic, and focused approach to organizational development have helped distinguish Ohio Premier as a leader in youth and club volleyball. Her leadership is central to Ohio Premier’s mission-focused approach and its strong commitment to grow the sport of volleyball. Hineline has been instrumental in the development and implementation of Ohio Premier’s extensive year-round slate of volleyball training. Hineline created, developed, and directs Ohio Premier’s successful Youth Volleyball Academy
Ginger currently lives in the Montgomery area and has three children. Her oldest daughter is a college graduate from Miami University in Oxford. Her youngest daughter is currently attending college at UK and serving in the Air Force National Guard and her son is a college Sophomore. Both of her daughters played competitive volleyball from a very young age and throughout high school, and currently train and coach youth volleyball teams/players.
Girls Club Advisor
Assistant Girls Club Director
A lifelong volleyball enthusiast, Coach Fancett is a native of Lebanon, OH, and graduated from Miami University. His coaching experience began at CHCA, coaching several teams in their youth volleyball program. He spent two years coaching at CVA before coming to Ohio Premier. Currently, he serves the girls' JV head coach at Lakota East HS. Coach Fancett couples his career in management with years of experience as a football official to enrich his volleyball coaching repertoire, thriving on teaching technique and recognition to young players, and seeing his passion for the game rub off on others. His desire to teach life through the game of volleyball shapes his message of striving to “Always Bring Your 100%,” encouraging players to Work Hard, Be Kind, and Play With Joy.
Coach Fancett holds a CAP certification with USA Volleyball and is a member of the American Volleyball Coaches Association. Since joining Ohio Premier, his teams have captured two Ohio Valley Region championships as well as a top 5 finish at nationals.
Off the court, he enjoys cooking, traveling to new places, and spending time watching his daughters grow up. He resides with his family in Symmes Township.
Assistant Girls Club Director
Coach Hubbell has been playing volleyball for more than 25 years and has been coaching for the past 5+ years. His philosophy is built on keeping the game challenging and fun as the girls build upon a strong mindset to improve their overall performance, in a team setting. He believes that proper technique is paramount in the development of all players in their progression during the season and beyond. Basic concepts must be properly understood and continuously reinforced prior to implementing advanced elements.
Sean’s coaching experience includes coaching 3rd and 4th grade at Loveland Youth Basketball, 5th-8th grade at Good Shepherd Volleyball, and 5/6 teams at Loveland Youth Volleyball. He has also head coached club volleyball at the U12, U13, and U14 levels.
Outside of volleyball, when not watching his two daughters (Kendall and Keally) swim, he still enjoys playing sand volleyball whenever possible.
Girls Club Coaches
Girls Club Coaches
Haley graduated from Indian Hill HS in 2019, where she swung her freshman year and started on varsity for the next three years. Starting her club career in 3rd grade, Haley played for Elevation, CVA, and Arsenal.
In 2019, Haley began coaching for Ohio Premier as a girls' 12U and 14U head coach, as well as the boys' 14U and 16U assistant coach. Haley assisted and was the head coach of the JVA and JVB teams at Summit Country Day HS before taking over as the JV and Varsity assistant at Indian Hill HS.
Outside of volleyball, Haley is a full-time student at NKU majoring in graphic design.
Sam is a former Miami University football player with 20 years of coaching experience. He’s coached multiple youth sports, including football, basketball, baseball, volleyball, and track & field. From 2015 to 2018, Sam was the head coach for Mars Hill Academy’s volleyball team. He moved on to become the assistant varsity coach for Little Miami High School’s volleyball team. Sam was also the head coach for the 13-2 team and 14-2 team at Cincinnati Volleyball Academy in 2018 and 2019 respectively.
Erica has been coaching boys' and girls' volleyball for the last 6 years at Sacred Heart in the GCCYS league. This is Erica's second year coaching for OPVC and she has previous club coaching experience. She is from Northeast Ohio, where she played varsity volleyball all 4 years and was ECOL player of the year her senior year. Erica is a graduate of Miami University and continues to play indoor and outdoor volleyball competitively.
Outside of coaching, Erica is a software developer at The Cincinnati Insurance. She enjoys spending time with her family and watching her kids in their various sports.
Jacklyn graduated from Anderson High School in 2006 and played volleyball and softball for all 4 years. She continued to play recreationally at Miami University (Oxford) and currently plays competitive sand volleyball. This will be Jacklyn’s 14th season coaching at various levels. She currently coaches 7th grade volleyball at Milford Junior High School and has coached at different clubs throughout the years including Borderline and Cincinnati Volleyball Academy. This is Jacklyn's second year coaching for OPVC and third year coaching a club team for Ginger.
Hailing from Kettering, Ohio, Amanda grew up playing volleyball at the prestigious Archbishop Alter High School and Dayton Juniors Volleyball Club. After her varsity career, she played club at Miami Oxford University during her collegiate years. Amanda began her coaching career at Club Vegas Volleyball where she was an assistant coach her first season and focused on player development.
For her next several seasons, she moved on to become a Head Coach at Vegas, eventually coming back home to coach for Air City ages 13 through 15. She also coached the 12U team and, in her second season, the 15 National team at Cincy East. Amanda’s love for volleyball has always been a big part of her life. She finds it rewarding and challenging to help develop players in all aspects of the game and she enjoys watching players grow and excel. Amanda continues to play competitively.
Born and raised in Cincinnati, Coach Bell is a graduate of Sycamore High School and Cardinal Stritch University, where he played baseball for four years on a scholarship and served as a graduate coach for three. Bell has been playing recreational volleyball for over 30 years, and in addition to his time as a practice assistant for the Cardinal Stritch women’s volleyball program, he’s coached various youth volleyball teams in the Cincinnati area. He is now in his 7th season coaching in the GCCYS, CPYVL and OVR volleyball club association. Joe enjoys working with children and coaching youth sports. He tries to instill in his players a love for the game with an understanding that through practice and hard work that anything is possible. This is Joe's third year coaching a club team for OPVC.
This is Mathew's first year coaching a club team at OPVC but he comes to OPVC with two years of high school club coaching experience at Cincy Classics VBC. He also has three years of coaching Soccer and basketball teams. He has been playing competitive Sand and indoor adult leagues and tournaments for the past 8 years.
Sean graduated from Ohio Northern University in 2004 with a BS degree in Business Administration. He was a 4 year starter for the men's club volleyball team, serving as captain for three of those years. During his tenure, ONU earned 2 Top 10 finishes, while finishing runner up in 2004. He earned 1st Team All Conference and Defensive Player of the Year for two consecutive years, and once set the school record for digs. A native of Cincinnati (Princeton '00), Sean began coaching in various clubs in the city (Cincy Classics and Arsenal) and served as Fairfield High School Head Coach for both the men's and women's team. Sean joined OPVC in 2021, coaching the 17-2 women's team. Outside of volleyball, Sean is dedicated to his family, wife Heather, kids Austin (20), Abbi (16), Emma (8) and Ryan (6). He is also a dog lover and time permitting, an avid golfer.
Julie played volleyball for Lakota East and also played club through her high school career. Throughout college, she continued to play in rec leagues.
Julie began coaching in high school for St Max CYO. She began her club coaching experience almost 20 years ago, during her senior year of high school, at the junior high level. Since then, she has coached many different age groups at different clubs in the tristate. Julie also coached the freshman team at Western Brown and Lakota East years ago, as well as for the gccys league as a part of Cardinal Pacelli school last year and this year.
Julie enjoys working with the athletes and watching how they change from the beginning of the season to the end.
Kate has been playing and coaching volleyball since she found her volleyball passion growing up in central Iowa. Kate was a setter and outside hitter for Ames High School, a national level junior olympic team and the club volleyball team at Washington University in St. Louis.
Kate's volleyball coaching experience includes over 15 seasons between Loveland Youth Volleyball, the Greater Cincinnati Catholic League, and Ohio Premier. In 2021, her 10-3 OPVC team finished in the top 16 of all 10s teams in the Ohio Valley Region.
She believes volleyball is an ultimate team sport that can teach young athletes so much more than volleyball skills. She looks forward to sharing her love of the game and her experience with some of our youngest OPVC athletes.
Kate’s professional experience is in higher education admissions and secondary education counseling and administration.
Joe Wohlleb joins Ohio Premier as this year’s 10-2 head coach. Joe played both USA Junior Olympic and AAU volleyball for 6 years. He also played two years of college volleyball. Joe coached at two volleyball clubs, MAVA and KIVA, located in Louisville for 3 years before moving on to coach at St. Columban Youth Volleyball, where he still currently coaches. This is Joe's second year coaching for OPVC. Last year, he coached the 10-2 team and this year, he is coaching the 11-3 team.
Amanda is a former middle hitter at the University of Cincinnati Clermont. She has coached club volleyball for three seasons and has been the varsity head coach at Monroe High School the last two seasons. Amanda also works at Athletes in Action full time as the Sports and Programming Director. She enjoys playing most sports, especially sand volleyball, and she loves hiking and exploring new places with her dog Daffodil.
Jessica Nichols grew up in North Carolina, where she played volleyball starting in 7th grade at Gentry Middle School and continuing at Mount Airy High School. Jessica played on travel team 1 at Greensboro Sports Complex all four years as well during high school. She played 2 years at Louisburg College, coming in 2nd in Regionals and making the All American Team. She played her final two years at Midway College, where she earned MVP her senior year and still holds the record for kills in one game.
Jessica coached 15U in 2014 at KIVA and was JV coach for Scottsburg Middle schools in 2014-2016. She coached 8th grade at Scottsburg Middle School 2016-2017 where they had their first winning season ever. She is a USA Volleyball Official and has officiated all over the US for both girls and boys from ages 10-18.
Jessica now plays both sand/indoor tournaments.
Kelly began her volleyball career later than most, as she didn’t touch a volleyball until she was a freshman at Ursuline Academy. During her high school years, Kelly was part of the 1993 State Champion team and named All-State. She earned an athletic scholarship to Valparaiso University.
At Valparaiso, Kelly received year end recognition in each of her four seasons, beginning with Newcomer of the Year award as a Freshman and earning First Team All-Conference the remaining years. She continues to hold records in number of kills per match, number of blocks per match and hitting Pct number. Kelly remains in the top 10 of several career records.
Post-graduation, Kelly was head coach of the Ursuline Academy freshman team. She also coached Sports Express U18 National team 2002-03, Ohio Volleyball Academy National Team 2003-2005. Last year, she coached U10 at Cincinnati Volleyball Academy. Kelly also coached at St. Susanna for the past two seasons, beginning her third season now.
Jordann Ndoye has been playing volleyball for 20+ years. She grew up in Columbus where she was All-District in High School and played varsity for 3 years. She played club volleyball for 8 years for Westland, Cap City, and Central Ohio club teams. Jordann graduated with a BSBA and MBA from Xavier University where she also played for Xavier’s Club Volleyball team. Jordann started coaching club at Cincy East before moving to OPVC in 2019 and is currently the Varsity Assistant coach at Monroe High School.
Taylor Burkhart was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, and has been playing volleyball since she was 9 years old. Taylor played volleyball for Fairfield City Schools for six years including three years on their Varsity team, she served as team captain during her senior year. Taylor also played Club Volleyball at CVA and Cincy Classics throughout her high school career. In her free time, Taylor coached 4th grade volleyball for Sacred Heart Elementary. In 2017, Taylor graduated from the University of Cincinnati with a bachelor’s degree in communication, a minor in marketing and a certificate in public relations. Taylor now works as the Head of Marketing for Jag’s Prosthetics in Fairfield, Ohio. Taylor continues to play volleyball weekly in two different sand volleyball leagues and is looking forward to coaching again!
Jen is a highly energetic, motivational coach who strives for excellence within her athletes. She prides herself in having her athletes reach their fullest potential and designing a team that highlights each of the players strengths.
She is currently the Head Women's Varsity Volleyball coach at Lakota East High School. She brings 12+ years of coaching experience to Lakota East with 7 years of them in High School and junior high volleyball. She has 4 years of coaching at Cincinnati Volleyball Academy and Ohio Premier where she led 3 of her teams to the Gold.
She is the Training Director at the Lakota Sports Organization for volleyball and volunteers as an Upward basketball coach in her free time. She resides in Liberty Twp. with her husband and 6 children. She enjoys being outdoors, sports of all kinds, and spending quality time with her children.
Sam played volleyball at Mount Notre Dame High School before moving on to play college at Youngstown State, Cincinnati State, & Life University. She also played club for Team Z and NKYVC.
Sam has coached volleyball for several years; she's coached club teams of multiple ages at North Atlanta Volleyball Club, and she has also coached college at Life University as an assistant coach for the women's team.
As a player, Sam was awarded All Conference Team. Later, as a coach, she led her club teams to multiple victories at tournaments such as Lil' Big South, Southern Region Volleyball Association, and AAU (FL). Sam also won Coach of The Year in 2016.
This is Jordan's first year coaching at Ohio Premier Volleyball Club. She has been playing volleyball for 9 years, starting when she was in 6th grade at Mount Vernon. She played and graduated from Mount Vernon High School as a middle hitter and started Varsity for 3 years. She also played club Volleyball for 6 years at Matchpoint, V5, and Kokosing Sports as a middle and outside hitter. Jordan has been playing for Xavier Universitys Club Volleyball Team for 2 years as an outside hitter. She is a full time student at Xavier University and is studying Criminal Justice.
Sarah has been playing volleyball since she was 11 years old. She was a libero for her freshman year at Ursuline Academy, became a D.S. her sophomore and junior year, then transferred to Lakota East where she finished as starting libero. Sarah went on to start her first three years at James Madison University, switching between D.S. and libero until she won out the libero position. Due to an injury, her senior year was cut short.
Sarah recently graduated grad school at James Madison University in Middle School education. She has coached a multitude of summer camps, lessons, and coached a school in the GCCYL this past year.
Sarah's professional experience is middle school education in science and history, as well as tutoring.