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Varsity Schedule

Anyone interested in trying out for the Bolles Volleyball Team, workouts and open gyms will begin July 9 and end July 26 from 8-10 a.m., Mon-Thurs. at the Bartram Campus Gym. Tryouts are July 30, 31, and Aug 1 from 3-5 p.m. at the San Jose Campus Gym. For more information, please contact Coach Lee at leem@bolles.org.

Opponent Date Time Location Details Result Score
Bishop Kenny pre-season classic
TBD
Bishop Kenny View Recap Other
vs.
Raines
Bolles- San Jose Campus Details Win 3-0
vs.
Creekside
Bolles- San Jose Campus Details Loss 0-3
vs.
Duval Charter High School
Bolles- San Jose Campus Details Win 3-0
vs.
Baldwin
Baldwin Details Win 3-0
vs.
Episcopal
Episcopal Details Loss 0-3
vs.
Christ's Church Academy
Christ's Church Academy Details Loss 0-3
vs.
Fernandina Beach
Fernandina Beach Details Win 3-0
River City Varsity Classic
TBD
JJVA View Recap Other
River City Varsity Classic
TBD
JJVA Details
vs.
Bishop Kenny
Bishop Kenny Details Loss 0-3
vs.
West Nassau
Bolles- San Jose Campus Details Win 3-0
vs.
Clay
Clay Details Win 3-1
vs.
Trinity Christian
Trinity Christian Details Loss 0-3
Elise Bush Invitational
TBD
Bolles- San Jose Campus View Recap Other
Elise Bush Invitational
TBD
Bolles- San Jose Campus Details
vs.
Episcopal
Bolles- San Jose Campus Details Loss 0-3
vs.
Bishop Kenny
Bolles- San Jose Campus Details Loss 0-3
vs.
St. Johns Country Day
Bolles- San Jose Campus Details Win 3-0
vs.
District quarteffinal game, Raines
Episcopal Details Win 3-0
vs.
District semifinal game, Fernandina Beach
Episcopal Details Win 3-0
vs.
District championship match, Episcopal
Episcopal Details Loss 0-3
vs.
Regional, Newberry
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Newberry Details Loss 1-3

JV Schedule

Opponent Date Time Location Details Result Score
vs.
Raines
Raines Details Win 2-0
vs.
Creekside
Bolles- San Jose Campus Details Win 2-1
vs.
Duval Charter High School
Bolles- San Jose Campus Details Win 2-0
vs.
Baldwin
Baldwin Details Win 2-0
vs.
Episcopal
Episcopal Details Loss 0-2
Middleburg JV Tournament
TBD
Middleburg View Recap Other
Middleburg JV Tournament
TBD
Middleburg Details
vs.
Fernandina Beach
Fernandina Beach Details Win 2-1
vs.
Bishop Kenny
Bishop Kenny Details Loss 1-2
vs.
West Nassau
Details Win 2-1
vs.
Clay
Clay Details
vs.
Trinity Christian
Trinity Christian Details Win 2-0
vs.
Episcopal
Bolles- San Jose Campus Details Loss 0-2
vs.
Bishop Kenny
Bolles- San Jose Campus Details Loss 1-2
vs.
St. Johns Country Day
Bolles- San Jose Campus Details Win 2-1

MS-Blue Schedule

Opponent Date Time Location Details Result Score
vs.
Trinity Christian
Bolles- Bartram Campus Details Win 2-0
vs.
St. Johns Country Day
Bolles- Bartram Campus Details Win 2-1
vs.
Episcopal
Episcopal Details Loss 1-2
vs.
Fernandina Beach Middle
Bolles- Bartram Campus Details Win 2-1
vs.
Yulee Middle
Bolles- Bartram Campus Details Win 2-0
vs.
University Christian
Bolles- Bartram Campus Details Win 2-1
vs.
Callahan Middle
Bolles- Bartram Campus Details Win 2-1
vs.
Fernandina Beach Middle
Fernandina Beach Middle Details Loss 0-2
vs.
Yulee Middle
Yulee Middle Details Loss 0-2
vs.
Providence
Bolles- Bartram Campus Details Loss 0-2
vs.
Trinity Christian
Trinity Christian Details Loss 1-2
vs.
Providence
Providence Details
vs.
St. Johns Country Day
St. Johns Country Day Details
vs.
Episcopal
Bolles- Bartram Campus Details
IMSC Tournament - Blue team
TBD
Details

MS-Orange Schedule

Opponent Date Time Location Details Result Score
vs.
Trinity Christian
Bolles- Bartram Campus Details
vs.
Fernandina Beach Middle
Fernandina Beach Middle Details
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Yulee Middle
Bolles- Bartram Campus Details
vs.
Callahan Middle
Bolles- Bartram Campus Details
vs.
Fernandina Beach Middle
Fernandina Beach Middle Details
vs.
Yulee Middle
Yulee Middle Details
vs.
Episcopal
Bolles- Bartram Campus Details
Episcopal Invitational - Orange team
TBD
Episcopal Details

Varsity Roster

2018 Varsity Volleyball Team
# Name Grade
1 Grace Albaugh 8
2 Catie Murphy 12
3 Danya Rukab 10
5 Abi Platock 12
7 Cali Furyk 11
8 Diane Milne 12
9 Maddie Marrone 11
11 Isy Gardella 12
12 Fatima Samb 11
13 Mila Kavalieros 10
14 Ella Schellenberg 10

JV Roster

2018 JV Volleyball Team
# Name Grade
18 Sadie Craddock 10
20 Emily Lekas 10
21 Emily Rohan 9
22 Aynslee Hopkins 10
23 Kathryn Orr 9
25 Caroline Annett 9
26 Sydney Carpenter 9
27 Isabella Mancheno 9
28 Eryn Saye 10
29 Hannah Hellein 9
Shania Espada 9

MS-Blue Roster

# Name Position Grade
2 Olivia Janse van Rensburg S / RS 7
3 Kenzie Harrell S / RS 8
5 Anika Pillai MB / OH 8
8 Helen Commander S / RS 8
9 Nina TerKonda OH 7
10 Emily Commander MB 7
11 Amelia Dickson OH 8
12 Asha Gopal (captain) S / RS 8
13 Sloane Steffes (captain) MB / OH 8
14 Jessie Pearson OH 8
15 Mary Holton Parks OH / RS 7
17 Maggie Maye Stoll MB 8

MS-Orange Roster

# Name Position Grade
1 Emma Vasquez OH 6
2 Elle Rich RS 6
3 Hailey Christy MB 7
5 Ava Green MB 6
6 Sophia Stromberg RS 8
8 Amber Bansal S / RS 7
10 Olivia Meux S / RS 7
11 Catherine Hunt OH 7
12 Katherine Asbury MB 7
13 Reagan Lane OH 7
14 Sofia Brieva OH 6
15 Gracie Banning MB 8

Coaching Staff

Maddie LeeMadison Lee
Head Coach
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Madison Lee, a Kentucky native, joined the Bolles volleyball staff in 2015 as an assistant coach and became head coach in 2017. She joined the Bolles faculty as a middle school P.E. teacher in 2017 as well.

Lee graduated from The University of North Florida in 2015 with a bachelor's degree in Elementary Education and was an outside hitter for the UNF Volleyball team. She attended Paul Laurence Dunbar High School in Lexington, Kentucky, and played for Thoroughbred Elite Volleyball Alliance where she started as an outside hitter all four years. She earned Second Team All-State honors as a high school senior and received First Team honors as a junior. She was named first team All-District and All-Region for three years and became the first player at Dunbar High School to reach the 1,000 kill mark, ending her career with 1,035.

Lee was named a Kentucky Volleyball Coaches Association (KVCA) Player to Watch and she helped the team earn a regional title as a senior and reached the state Final Four during her sophomore season.


Hannah SchellenbergHannah Schellenberg '12
Assistant Coach

Hannah Schellenberg joined the Bolles volleyball staff in 2016, joining her sisters Kay and Lydia in returning their alma mater.

Schellenberg also followed her sisters in playing volleyball for Belmony Abbey College, where she was the most decorated player in program history. She was named third-team All-American as a senior, the first Belmont Abbey player ever to earn the honor. She was also named to the All-Southeast Region First Team, Conference Carolinas Player of the Year twice and All-Conference first team for fourth consecutive seasons.

Schellenberg earned Conference Carolinas Player of the Year in 2013 as well and Freshman of the Year in 2012. A nine-time Conference Carolinas Player of the Week selection, she was the first player in school history to earn National Player of the Week honors. She is the program’s all-time leader in kills, kills per set, total attacks and attacks per set. Schellenberg was just the second player in Belmont Abbey history to reach 1,000 career kills and finished her career with 1,772, which is the NCAA Division II active career leader.

JV Coaches

Kay SchellenbergKay Schellenberg '09
JV Head Coach

Kay Schellenberg joined the Bolles volleyball staff in 2014 as JV head coach. Schellenberg, a 2009 Bolles graduate, returns to her alma mater after a successful collegiate and high school volleyball career.

Schellenberg, along with her sisters Lydia and Hannah, led the Belmont Abbey College volleyball team to unprecedented success including a conference championship and NCAA tournament berth in 2012. She was named the 2012-13 Conference Carolinas Female Athlete of the Year, the first women's volleyball player in school history to earn NCAA All-Region honors, the 2012 Conference Carolina's Volleyball Player of the Year, 2012 Conference Scholar Athlete of the Year for women’s volleyball, and earned Conference Carolinas’ nomination for the NCAA Woman of the Year award. Schellenberg finished her senior season as the conference leader in assists per set, total assists and aces per set. For her career, she surpassed the 3,000 assist mark with a school record 3,151.

During her career at Bolles, Schellenberg helped the Bulldogs to two state semifinal berths and two district titles while earning All-First Coast Honors. Schellenberg earned a degree in Elementary Education from Belmont Abbey and is a third grade teacher at Sacred Heart Catholic School.


Lydia SchellenbergLydia Schellenberg '10
Assistant Coach

Lydia Schellenberg joined the Bolles volleyball staff in 2014 as JV assistant coach. Schellenberg, a 2010 Bolles graduate, joins her sister Kay in returning to her alma mater after a successful collegiate and high school volleyball career.

Schellenberg, along with her sisters Kay and Hannah, led the Belmont Abbey College volleyball team to unprecedented success. She helped the team to back-to-back conference championships and NCAA tournament berths. Schellenberg earned All- Conference Carolinas honors as a junior and senior and was named to the Conference Carolinas All-Academic team.

During her career at Bolles, Schellenberg helped the Bulldogs to three state semifinal berths and three district titles while earning All-First Coast Honors. Schellenberg earned a degree in Elementary Education from Belmont Abbey and is a fifth grade teacher at San Juan del Rio Catholic School.

Middle School Coaches

Natale Blackwell
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Sean MullingsSean Mullings
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Sean Mullings joined Bolles during the 2006-07 academic year. Since then, he has served the Bolles community in various capacities including: In-house Substitute Teacher; Math Teacher; Assistant Coach; Head Coach, WEB Coordinator; and Middle School Assistant Dean of Students. Currently he serves as the Assistant Dean of Students, Grade 7 Volleyball Head Coach, Grade 8 Boys Basketball Head Coach, Middle School Track & Field Head Coach and WEB Coordinator.

Prior to coming to Bolles, Mullings spent six years as a math teacher in South Florida where he coached middle school, JV and varsity basketball. He spent the 2005-06 season as Head Coach for the Grandview Prep Lady Pride, leading the team to its first FHSAA District Championship.

Mulling’s history in sports is long and varied. His first exposure to basketball was as a freshman at Xaverian High School, a perennial basketball powerhouse, in the Brooklyn-Queens Division of the Catholic High School Athletic Association. The CHSAA featured some of the best high school players in the city at that time. Some of the marquee players were: Kenny Anderson, Jamal Mashburn, Malik Sealy, Adrian Autry, Brian Reese, Jamal Faulkner, Derek Phelps and Khalid Reeves, to name a few. As a senior, he was ranked 75th, by Hoop Scoop, out of all seniors in New York City. During his high school athletic career, he also earned varsity letters in two other sports. Mullings was a stand-out Middle Blocker for the Varsity Volleyball Team. He competed and won a Bronze Medal, as a member of the 1987 New York City Scholastic Volleyball Team, at the Empire State Games. He was also a member of the 1987 and 1988 New York City Junior Olympic Volleyball Team. Mullings was a three-year letter-man in Track & Field; specializing in high jump, long jump, triple jump, and hurdles.

Mullings went on to play collegiate basketball for the NCAA Division I at Long Island University. He played for the Blackbirds for two seasons before transferring to LIU - C.W. Post (NCAA Division II) for his junior and senior campaign, as a Pioneer. While at C.W. Post, Mullings played for New York State Basketball Hall of Fame Coach Tom Galeazzi. His junior year, C.W. Post achieved a record of 26-5 while advancing to the second round of the NCAA Division II National Tournament. In 2000, Mullings earned a B.S. in Public Accountancy from LIU-C.W. Post. In 2005, he completed his MBA (Global Management) from the University of Phoenix.

Mullings lives in Nocatee with his wife, Jennifer, and their two sons Tristan and Kaden. He also has two older sons, Sean Jr. and Shane.


Video

Interview with Girls' Volleyball Head Coach Maddie Lee