Coach Sterling enters her 7th season on the BAVA staff this season. As a collegiate player at Maryland Eastern Shore, she served as a captain three seasons and eventually graduated as the first player in program history to record at least 1,000 career kills and digs in her career. She was also named Second Team All-Conference in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference as both a junior and senior and capped off her career in 2009 with the team's MVP award, she graduated in 2010. Following her career at UMES, Coach Caylin played for Gislaved Voleyboll Klubb in Sweden in 2010-11 and Reggio Calabria SS. Cuore in Italy in 2011-12. The native of Garden Grove, Calif., got her first taste of coaching at the Regis University Volleyball Camps in Denver. There she spent two summers working with players aged 12-18 on position-specific and overall game skills. She was later a youth coach at Gold Medal Squared Elite Volleyball Training in Arizona; coached at the University of Albany in 2012 where she assisted the Great Danes with a number of responsibilities including recruiting, scouting, training and compliance and administrative tasks; and coached at Bucknell University in the 2013 season. She is currently the head coach of the BAVA Outdoor Program. Coach Sterling has coached BAVA 16's, 17’s, and 18's, rec teams, and is IMPACT and Safesport certified.
Coach Leventry helped start BAVA in 1999 and is currently the Club Commissioner. This is her 17th year coaching for BAVA. She started her playing career at Chesapeake Volleyball Club in 1995. She played 4 years at Severna Park High School, 3 on varsity, and earned many honors. Coach Boyd was named 1st team All-Anne Arundel County by The Capital and The Sun. She was also named 1st team All-Metro by the Baltimore Sun and Washington Post. Coach Boyd was named the Anne Arundel County Player of the Year in 1998, leading her team to the 4A State Finals. She also played USAV at Columbia Volleyball Club 1995-99. She continued her career at Gettysburg College, starting for 4 years and helping her team make 3 NCAA appearances. She was named 1st team All-Centennial Conference in 2001 and 2002 and Centennial Conference Player of the Year in 2002. She was the assistant varsity coach at Severna Park High School 2003-2006 and is currently the JV Head Coach at Severna Park High School. Her time spent with the varsity team at Severna Park contributed to the undefeated 2014 season, 20-0, and winning the 4A Maryland State Championship. She has helped grow the sport of volleyball in Anne Arundel County by helping start the Anne Arundel County Fall Recreational Volleyball league and by running many camps and clinics. Coach Boyd has coached BAVA 12's, 13’s, 14’s, 15's, 16's, and 17's, BAVA fall recreation teams, is IMPACT certified, CAP I certified, and a member of AVCA.