Lauren Levy played Division I Beach and Indoor Volleyball for the University of New Orleans. She was a Libero and a part of the 1,000 digs club. While playing Collegiate Volleyball she has coached club and high school volleyball, she has been a volleyball coach for 10 years and counting. She has always had a passion for teaching and developing youth athletes in their volleyball skills.
In high school, she played at Archbishop Chapelle. She was a three year Varsity letterman, 5’5” Outside Hitter earning All District, All Metro and All State honors.
Being a coach at a young age and playing volleyball for 10+ years has shaped her into the coach she is today. One of her main focuses is Sports performance. In her training she breaks down each movement and focuses on specific mechanics to get the athletes stronger and be aware of how to enhance their skills. This is a huge component as to why some athletes suffer from injuries, (not knowing how to move correctly) she spends a lot of time programming injury prevention.
Robert Reichert is a New Orleans native and graduate of Brother Martin High School. He graduated from The University of Louisiana at Lafayette in 2011 with a degree in Exercise Science.
He worked for the athletic department as a Strength & Conditioning Coach and was part of the 2011 New Orleans Bowl Championship Team. In 2012, Robert moved to Tulane University working with the Football, Baseball and Swimming programs.
After his time at Tulane, he was hired by the Miami Marlins where he spent 9 years working for the organization through the minor leagues, as well as having spent time with the Major League Club. In 2016, Robert was selected by Major League Baseball’s International Development Program where he trained the Regensburg Legionnaire Baseball Club in Regensburg, Germany.
Lane Hindenburg played Division I volleyball at the University of New Orleans. She was a middle blocker and right side attacker. Out of 260 sets played over her 4 year career, she had 401 kills, 108 total blocks, and 136 digs. While playing collegiate volleyball, she suffered 2 knee injuries and found a passion for injury rehabilitation and prevention. In the midst of adversity, Lane realized the importance of technical skills which led her to sports performance training and coaching volleyball.
In high school, she was a four-year starter and finished her career with 768 kills. She was named MSL All-Conference and First team Northwest All-Area all four years. As a senior, she was named a top 50 player by the Chicago Sun Times. She played club volleyball for Sky High for seven seasons.
With the different volleyball experiences that she went through throughout her time as a player, Lane loves to bring a positive experience to all the athletes she coaches. She is still competitive today and loves instilling a competitive edge and love for the sport in the athletes that she has the opportunity to coach.
Raegan Rozas was born and raised in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and has been playing volleyball since she was 11. She lettered on her varsity highschool team, Baton Rouge Magnet High, all four years. She won All District and All Metro as a libero her senior year.
She is in her third year of attending the University of New Orleans. She’s a film major and has aspirations to become an actress. She played for UNO’s indoor and beach team her freshman year. After booking her first acting role, she had to make a decision to commit her time to acting. She has a strong passion for volleyball and still makes time to play anyway she can.
She loves working with kids and coaching them volleyball. She hopes that she can instill the love for the sport for the kids that she coaches.
Pearce Howard is a current player for the Savannah Bananas Professional Team and recent graduate from The University of New Orleans. He was the starting right fielder for 5 years and holds the record for the most hits and RBI’s in the program’s history.
He attended high school at Liberty Christian Academy in Lynchburg Virginia, where he was a 4 year starter at the varsity level winning 3 state championships.
Pearce also played varsity high school basketball as a shooting guard, as well as football growing up. He enjoys playing cards, studying music, gardening, long runs on the beach and building legos.
Cristian Poche’ is a former two-way baseball player at the University of New Orleans. Cristian has a degree in Human Performance & Health Promotion with a concentration in exercise physiology.
In high school at Haynes Academy, he earned All District and All State honors playing football and track & field, He loves the game of baseball and loves spreading his knowledge and helping others excel to become a better athlete!
Cristian believes that sport specific performance training is just as important as practicing your sport and is excited to help young athletes in the New Orleans Area reach their full potential!
Chloe Toye is a current OCSM athlete and junior at St. Mary’s Dominican High School in New Orleans, La.
She started playing volleyball when she was 7 years old and has never stopped since! She currently plays club volleyball for Krewe and has been a member of that club since she was 10 years old.
Her current volleyball position is Defensive Specialist. Chloe loves working with kids and watching them improve each and every training session! When she isn’t at OCSM, she loves enjoying time with her friends and family!
Nala was born in May 2020 and has been an OCSM staff member since!
She enjoys sprinting upstairs with the staff and playing with all of the athletes! Nala loves naps, treats and spending time with friends!
Elliot or better known as “El” has been an OCSM staff member since November 2022!
He enjoys purring, napping and eating his treats with his friends and OCSM Staff! He loves company and is quite the life of the party!