Varsity Volleyball

Menlo School volleyball West Bay Athletic League-Foothill champs 2021. Photo credit: Kristina Isr... Menlo School volleyball West Bay Athletic League-Foothill champs 2021. Photo credit: Kristina Israelski

Head Coach

Tony Holland 

Assistant Coaches

Shane Stent ’90
Quinn Holland 

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About the Team

Menlo volleyball has been selected to the top tier of the Central Coast Section each year since the Open Division’s inception in 2016.

Defending its West Bay Athletic League title, the Knights had a perfect 10-0 season in 2019, and won all three matches in the COVID-shortened 2020.

The Knights made school history when it won a sixth NorCal title and its first state championship in 2016. In 2013, Menlo won its eighth Central Coast Section title in school history and its first CIF NorCal championship in 12 seasons before moving to the state final. Menlo won five of nine league titles from 2001-2005 and four consecutive from 2012-2015. The Knights have received American Volleyball Coaches Association Team academic awards in 2007-2009 and 2014.

About the Coach

Tony Holland (third season)

Holland, a longtime Knights assistant coach and club head coach, is leading the two-time league champion and three-time CCS Open contender.

Tony Holland, Menlo varsity head volleyball coach 2019 Holland has worked as an assistant varsity volleyball coach for the past six seasons, the last three under Marco Paglialunga, who returned to Italy to lead the U24 national team in the world games. During those six seasons, Menlo volleyball made program history. After becoming NorCal champions in 2013 and then again three years later, the Knights won their first state championship in 2016.  In 2013, the Knights won the CCS Div. IV Championship then won a NorCal title for the first time since 2002. Menlo volleyball has won five league titles in the past six seasons. Holland not only is a seasoned high school coach, he also has been a club coach for nearly a decade. He has directed teams with players from 12 years old through elite 18s.