Whitney Meyer- Women's Volleyball
Whitney is Women’s Volleyball’s fifth head coach since the team began in 1976. She takes over the only Cuesta program to win a CCCAA State Championship (two). Whitney has been part of the Cuesta program for the past eight years and is an experienced player and coach at both the collegiate and club level. The Cougars are excited about the abilities and potential she brings to the program.
Whitney grew up in King City, just beyond the San Luis Obispo County line, and was a superstar student-athlete at King City High. She earned all-Monterey County honors for her league championship team. Whitney was also class Valedictorian and matriculated to the University of California Los Angeles. She played club volleyball at UCLA and returned to San Luis Obispo after graduation to take a coaching position with Cuesta, but found herself back on the hardwood. She joined Cuesta’s team and earned all-Western State Conference honors both seasons of her record setting career. Whitney holds Cuesta’s record with 45 service aces in a season, along with the career mark of 76. She also ranks in Cuesta’s Top 10 for career kills and digs.
Whitney earned her Bachelor’s Degree from UCLA in Economics and her Master’s in Kinesiology from Fresno Pacific. In addition to her two years on the court for the Cougars, she also spent four years as a member of Coach Roche Nystrom’s staff. She has coaches with both the SLO JRS and 805 Elite Volleyball Clubs and as a USA Volleyball CAPII Coach she is sought as a clinician by camps statewide.
Whitney previously worked in Athletics Marketing for the United State Olympic Committee and was part of a marketing agency in San Luis Obispo, before taking over head coaching duties for Cougars.
Whitney lives in Atascadero with her husband, Robert, and their son, Leo.