We Gathered The Best Minds In Volleyball
The Match Point Podcast team has created a guest list of the most prolific minds in the sport of volleyball for the 2021 podcast season.
They are a treasure of stories and experiences of the most successful coaches nationally in volleyball. Our guest in January is Coach Charita Stubs, Assistant Head Coach, University of Arizona.
Get to know Coach Rita Stubs, Arizona.
Arizona volleyball alum Charita Stubbs enters her eighth consecutive season as an assistant coach after helping lead the Wildcats to five of the last seven NCAA Tournaments since returning to the staff.
Coach Stubs is the first player in Arizona history to record 300 kills, 300 digs, and 100 blocks in one season; the former Charita Johnson led the Wildcats to back-to-back Sweet 16 appearances in 1993 and 1994 NCAA Tournaments. A four-year starting middle blocker from 1990-94, she earned All-Pac-10 and All-West Region honors as a senior and still holds school records for career (117) and single match (8) solo blocks.
A member of the 1993 and 1994 the United States Olympic Festival volleyball, Stubbs played professionally in France in 1995. Stubbs earned a bachelor of arts degree in political science from the University of Arizona in 1994 and received her master's in language, reading and culture from Arizona in 1995. She is fluent in French and is a certified teacher.
She has an incredible story of mishaps, twisting journey that made her the person she is today.
Stay tuned for updates, so you don't miss her story.
The video has some of the other guests for 2021 with more names to add.