13-Under Armour Head Coach & Recruiting Coordinator

Nick Serowski

Phone: (405)-837-6677
Email: coachserowski@gmail.com

Nick Serowski returns after a successful 2017-18 season that saw his 13-UA win the OKRVA Regional Tournament, have a player named Tournament MVP and qualify for USAV Nationals in Detroit. They finished tied for 37th in the 13 National division. In addition to being the 13-Under Armour Head Coach, Nick is also the Recruiting Coordinator for Charge.

Nick is also the Head Coach at Newcastle High School. He grew up in Moore, Oklahoma and has played and coached volleyball the majority of his life at various levels. Some of the experience from his career thus far includes:

Newcastle High School
Head Coach 2018-

Oklahoma Baptist University:
Graduate Assistant 2016-17

OK Charge Volleyball Club:
14-1 South Head Coach 2016-17
Beach Head Coach 2016
14-1 South Assistant Coach 2015-16

Southmoore Public Schools:
Head Coach – Jr. High 2017
Assistant Coach – Jr. High 2011-13
Youth League Coach 2008-2011

Oklahoma Edge Volleyball Club
15-3 Head Coach 2011/12
14-1 Assistant Coach 2010/11

Net Volleyball Club
NETVC 15’s head 2012/13

Nick has run specialized camps in passing, setting, and hitting throughout his coaching career. He was also a drill demonstrator for the AVCA during the 2014 final four women’s championships. Nick played for Kaizen boy’s volleyball club from 1997 – 2010  During his club  career, he played in two national tournaments (2008 and 2010) as well as on the boys Oklahoma High Performance team in 2010. Nick then went off to play volleyball on an athletic scholarship in 2012 where he attended King University and Lindenwood University as an outside hitter, where he pursued a double major in Psychology and Sports management, with a minor in coaching.

During his college career Nick redshirted the 2012/2013 season. He started in all 27 matches of the 2013/2014 Season and made 3rd team all-conference, Honorable mention by off the block for National Freshman of the week two consecutive weeks. He was also on the starting line up for 25 matches of the 2014/15 season where he was top three in the conference for aces per set. He is currently playing in AVP Beach events after making his first AVP Beach attempt in the summer of 2016. He also went to Europe in the fall of 2016 to tryout for professional indoor teams where he was offered a spot on a team in the CEV conference.