Haley Bradfute - 11 Local Head Coach
St. Mary’s University Volleyball - Graduated May 2021
Played 9 Years of Club Volleyball
4-Year Varsity Member at Canyon High School
District/Bi-District/Area Champions 2013, 2014, 2015
Region 4 Champions 2015
6A State Volleyball Tournament (3rd Place) 2015
Academic All District/All State & TAVC All-State Team
Lonestar Setter of the Year Finalist 2015
AAU Championships-medal finish in 2015
4 GJNC appearances
Haley is a New Braunfels native that played 9 years of club volleyball playing on top teams at Centex, Alamo, and Force. Throughout her club experience, Haley attended the AAU Championships in Orlando, with a medal finish in 2015 and made 4 GJNC appearances in 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017. Haley has 13 years of playing experience and entering her 4th season of coaching. She was a 4-year member of the Varsity team at Canyon High School as a setter under Coach Sanders. She led the Cougarettes to their most recent 6A State appearance in 2015 as the 5-1 offense Setter, while receiving several district and state honors for volleyball and academics. Throughout HS, she recorded 3,148 Assists, 1,071 Digs, and posted a 97.6 % Serving Percentage with 110 aces on nearly 1,900 serve attempts. Haley won the Bill Lassiter “Standing Tall” Award her senior year and was placed on the TAVC All-State Team and finished as a Lonestar Setter of the Year finalist before starting her collegiate career.
Haley was a setter/defensive specialist for St. Mary’s University Volleyball team and graduated with a B.A. in Communication Studies with a Marketing minor. Haley has been a coach at United VBA since 2019. In 2021, Haley took over the United Youth Program and created a year long developmental program for players to learn and progress in the sport. May of 2022, Haley came onto United’s team as a Full-time member. Not only is she continuing her Youth Director role, but also claiming the title of Assistant Director and helping Tracy with the many aspects of Club Volleyball. Coach Haley will be Head Coach of 11 Local (’22-’23) while assisting other teams in practices and tournaments.
“My goal as a coach is to first and foremost give the girls confidence. We are imperfect people trying to perfect a very skilled game. It is key to remember to have fun, while working hard and wanting the best for your team and yourself.”