Tradition of Excellence

155 NWAC Championships
213 NWAC Region Championships
4 NCWSA Championships
3 NJCAA Championships
as of 11-27-2016
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Spokane Community College Square Spokane Falls Community College
Jenni Rosselli-Hull
 


Position:
Volleyball Head Coach

Office Phone:
(509) 533-3763

Email:
Jenni.Rosselli-Hull@ccs.spokane.edu
Coaching Record: 
2015      
2014      
2013      
2012      
2011 37-6 1st in Eastern Region 3rd in NWAACC Tournament
2010 33-11 2nd in Eastern Region 4th in NWAACC Tournament
2009 33-12 2nd in Eastern Region 1st in NWAACC Tournament
2008 30-20 2nd in Eastern Region Tied 5th in NWAACC Tournament
2007 36-16 2nd in Eastern Region 4th in NWAACC Tournament
2006 24-21 4th in Eastern Region Tied 5th in NWAACC Tournament
2005 26-23  2nd in Eastern Region  
 
2012 will begin Jenni’s eighth season as the Sasquatch Head Volleyball Coach. Jenni returned to the northwest after spending four seasons with the University of Memphis Tigers as an assistant coach and two years as a former player. Jenni brings with her four years of college coaching experience having served as the Tigers’ recruiting coordinator and middle hitter positioning coach. She also has worked as the Tigers’ academic liaison.

A December 2004 graduate with a Masters of Science in human movement science from the University of Memphis and a Bachelor’s of Science in education in December of 2000. Jenni was a two-year letter winner for the Tigers from 1997 to 1998 after transferring from Spokane Falls Community College where she received her associates of arts. As a two-year starter at middle hitter, Memphis was 37-28 with Rosselli in the line-up, going 19-14 in 1997 and 18-14 in 1998.
At Spokane Falls Community College the Federal Way native was named the All-American Junior College Player of the Year by the American Volleyball Coaches’ Association. She was a two-time first team all-conference NWAACC performer and was an East Region First Team selection. She was named to the NWAACC All-Star Team as a sophomore and led her squad to two straight second-place finishes in the NWAACC tournament.

It is Coach Hull’s goal and desire to continue to build upon the reputation and tradition of CCS Volleyball.