Our Club Directors.
Morgan is a graduate of Nixa High School where she played volleyball receiving All-State honors. She began her volleyball career on the original Hot Tamales team of nine individuals. Throughout her career in the organization and in school she played a wide variety of positions. Beginning at middle hitter, then transitioning to an outside hitter, to after an ankle injury in her junior season of high school to specifically a defensive specialist. Following high school, Morgan attends and played for College of the Ozarks. She played one year on the Bobcats before having to step away due to injury. She currently still serves on the Lady Bobcats staff as the Student Assistant coach. Morgan begins her third season working for the Tamales. She started out as an assistant coach but then transferred into an administrative role last season as a co-director. This season she will step back into the coaching role alongside the administrative position. She is eager to pass on her volleyball knowledge to younger girls, and looks forward to a great season!
Hannah graduated from Nixa High School where she was a four year varsity starter for the Eagles. She started playing volleyball when she was eight years old, playing club ball on the original Hot Tamales team in 2006. She played with the Tamales her entire club career, winning over 50 tournaments—including the 2012 Lone Star Qualifier in Dallas. After high school, Hannah committed to Evangel University to play volleyball. She unfortunately retired after one season with the Crusaders because of injury. Entering her second year as the Tamales club co-director, as well as her third year coaching for TVC, Hannah is very excited to share her passion for the sport of volleyball with every young girl in the club. Outside of volleyball, Hannah is working on finishing her bachelor’s degree in Psychology at Missouri State University and plans on working towards her MBA in the future. She is looking forward to a great season!