Chris Crosby has been playing volleyball for 37 years. He was first trained by his brother Kim Crosby, who created the Spokane Volleyball Club and himself was taught by Bill Neville. From there Chris went on to play on a team that won the Junior Nationals in 1985 and followed that by playing two years of NCAA Division I Volleyball at The Ohio State University. A rare collegiate player from the State of Washington he went on to start during his senior year and was voted to the all tournament team at the MIVA Tournament.

Chris has also played Mens Club Volleyball for many years in the Evergreen Region with his longest tenure on “Club Dead” one of the top teams from the Eastern side of the State of Washington. As a member of Club Dead Chris was named to the Regional All Star Team three times and part of several championship team including in 1996 when they won the region.

Chris still is active in the Volleyball community and plays on all surfaces including sand, grass, and hardwood. He has coached off and on since 1988 including four years at the high school level where he took one team to a 4th place finish at State.

A defensive specialist and technician of the game, Chris has a passion to help young players learn the complexities of the game.

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