16-2 South Head Coach

PJ Thomason

PJ has been apart of the volleyball world for 13 years either as a player, coach or private lesson instructor.  She is entering her first-year coaching at charge.  Currently, she is an assistant coach for Collins High School in Shelbyville, Kentucky and will be moving to Moore, OK after high school season is over due to a career change.  As a graduate from Eminence Independent Schools in 2011, PJ was a setter and 4-year starter where she helped lead her team to winning seasons.  While playing at EHS she received numerous varsity letters and awards including MVP, team captain and multiple all-tournament team awards.  She was also a player for MAVA volleyball in Louisville, KY for 3 years.

After graduation in 2011, she played 2 seasons of club at WKU and then moved back home to coach at her alma mater (EHS) for 3 years where she help coached a winning season, district championship title and appearances at regionals.

After 3 years of coaching, she stepped down as a coach to continue playing in competitive leagues and tournaments, indoor and sand around Louisville, KY for 4 years. While playing, she devoted a lot of her time to private lessons for setters and DS’ for middle and high school players.  In 2018, after playing for 4 more years, she had decided that coaching was something she wanted to invest her time in.

“I am very excited and anxious to see what the volleyball world in Oklahoma has to offer me and I’m ready to help more players exceed past their potential.” -PJ Thomason