ALPENA, Mich. — Recently, Alpena High School has hired Kolby Andrews as its new varsity volleyball coach. Andrews will take over for Melissa Doubek, who retired from coaching at Alpena this past fall.
“I’m very thankful for the opportunity to do this for Alpena,” said Andrews. “We are thrilled to have Coach Kolby Andrews back leading our program,” said Jon Studley, Athletic Director of Alpena High School. “Kolby brings a ton of coaching experience and truly understands the amount of dedication it will take to build a program. His knowledge and his can do attitude will shape our volleyball program into a very competitive program.”
Kolby has worked the past year as the freshman volleyball coach at Alpena High School. Previous to that, Kolby spent time as the varsity volleyball coach and junior high track coach in Alpena. In Texas, Andrews spent six years as the head softball coach and head JV volleyball coach. While at Chapel Hill ISD, he served as their conditioning coach.
During his time with the Alpena volleyball program, he’s noticed over the years the athletes keep bringing more and more energy onto the court. “I’m really starting to see their competitiveness grow over the last few years.” said Andrews. “It’s really awesome to see.”