2019-20 P3R Coaches
Former Assistant Coach - Point Park University
Former Assistant Coach - Upper St. Clair HS
After 8 years at Point Park, Coach Brown joined the staff at Upper St. Clair this year where he helped the Panthers to one of the best seasons in school history and their furthest run into the PIAA playoffs. At Point Park, he was an integral part in leading the team to their first-ever conference championship, a berth in the NAIA National Tournament and a 36-6 record in 2011 and again in 2014. Brown came to Point Park and P3R after coaching boys at both Mt. Lebanon and Upper St. Clair High Schools as well at coaching boys at the USAV juniors level. He brings a weath of knowledge and expertise at a higher level of play to P3R specializing in skill technique and game strategy. Prior to returning home to Pittsburgh, Coach Brown worked with the Penn State men's volleyball team helping them to EIVA championships as well as the NCAA semifinals.
Director of Volleyball
17 Platinum Head Coach
Head Coach - Point Park University
A P3R alumna herself, Coach Bridget just wrapped up her 2nd season the Head Coach at Point Park University after 3 years as an assistant coach. This past year she led her team to a River States Conference-East Division Championship. In her first two seasons as an assistant with the Pioneers, she helped Point Park to an NAIA National Tournament berth each season as well as the 2016 River States Conference regular season title. As a player, the Bethel Park graduate went on to a stellar career after P3R at California University of PA where she was a 4-year starter and led her team to multiple PSAC Championships and appearances in the NCAA D-II Elite 8. She is 2nd All-Time in career Hitting Percentage for the Vulcans with 980 kills and was a two-time All-PSAC West selection.
Director of Club Development
14 Platinum Head Coach
Ed Josefoski is in his fourth year Coaching with P3R and his first year as Director of Club Development. Ed began playing volleyball in 9th grade and as a three year starter for Penn Hills High School, he won 2 WPIAL Titles and 1 PIAA State Championship. He was recruited to play at Penn State and his collegiate career was highlighted with one NCAA National Championship and one NCAA Runner-up trophy. Ed was a two time All-America and after graduating from Penn State with a degree in Political Science, he trained with the US Men's National Team and played professionally in the Brazilian Superior League. Ed lives in Venetia, PA with his wife Kim and children Will, Lyla, Ryann, and Brett.
18 Platinum Head Coach
Assistant Coach - Washington & Jefferson College
16 Platinum Head Coach
Former Head Coach - North Catholic HS
16th Street Head Coach
Assistant Coach - Peters Township HS
15 Platinum Head Coach
Head Coach - Elizabeth Forward High School
15 Liberty Head Coach
Assistant Coach - Elizabeth Forward High School
15 Birmingham Head Coach
Player - Point Park University
14 Smithfield Head Coach
14 Clemente Head Coach
Lexie is a P3R alum. Her volleyball career started in 7th grade and she went on to be a 4 year varsity player and a 3 year starter at Hopewell High School. During her senior year she was named team captain and helped her team win a WPIAL Championship and a State Playoff appearance as Libero. She joined P3R in 9th grade where she played as Libero/Defensive Specialist and helped her team qualify for 2 National Tournaments. After a successful club career, Lexie was recruited to play Division 1 volleyball at Kent State University as a defensive specialist. At Kent State Lexie was a very versatile player and saw action in all 3 of the backrow positions. Lexie graduated from Kent State with a degree in Fashion Merchandising as well as Marketing and a certificate in Sales.
14 Carson Head Coach
13 Hot Metal Head Coach
Former Assistant Coach - Carlynton High School
Haley is a P3R alum and graduate of South Fayette High School. She was the lion's libero and captain her senior year, leading her team to a section championship. After graduating from Westminster College with a chemistry degree, Haley decided to get back into the sport through coaching. She became the Head Coach of Junior Varsity volleyball at Carlynton High School for two years. In her second year, her team finished with an almost perfect record of 12-1. This is also Haley’s third year coaching at P3R.