|4||Teryn Freeman (captain)||S / RS||8|
|14||Mamie Burkett (captain)||S / RS||8|
|15||Mallie Brackin (captain)||OH||8|
|4||May Strain||S / RS||7|
|6||Lynn Ibrahim||S / RS||7|
|7||Maya Singh||S / RS||6|
|11||Hadley Surface||S / RS||7|
Natale Blackwell '90
Blue Team Head Coach
In addition to volleyball, Blackwell coaches girls' basketball and track and field. She joined the Bolles staff in 2015 as the Bartram Campus Store Associate. Her son, Zayne, is a 2019 graduate of Bolles and is a member of the Stetson University Men's Rowing team.
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 '27 and Kaden '28. He also has two older sons, Sean Jr. and Shane.
Orange Team Head Coach