Currently, Coach Rochelle is the Varsity High School coach at Rancho Christian High School in Temecula. As Head Coach for Point Loma Nazarene University, she has led the Sea Lions to the NAIA National Championships every year since she took over the program. Her team finished nationally overall 5th in 2008, 9th in 2009, and 5th in 2010.
In the Junior’s scene, she is also one of the Inland Valley's most decorated and experienced coaches. She has led teams of various ages to multiple Junior Olympic qualifiers which resulted in several Junior Olympic appearances. Her qualifying teams competed in Dallas in 2008, Miami in 2009, and in Reno in 2010. Her 2010 14s team was the first in the valley to be the Champions of the Southern California Junior National Qualifier in the club division. Prior to moving to Southern California, in 2000, she led an 18s team from Central Cal to the East Coast and obtained the Championship of the NorthEast Junior Olympic Qualifier in Baltimore, Maryland. That Championship qualified them to compete that season at the Junior Olympics in Salt Lake City, Utah.
"I love the game of volleyball and love being blessed with the ability to pass the skills and techniques as well as the passion for the sport on to the youth of the valley". When she is not coaching volleyball she enjoys time with her family consisting of 4 kids, Brooke, Bryce, Ryleigh and Chandler.
Coach Patrick has coached with Cross Point for four years now and is excited to be a part of an organization who is dedicated to improving the volleyball player on and off the court and not solely focused on winning.
This fall he accepted the position of Assistant Coach for the Mt San Jacinto Women's volleyball program. He has been extremely instrumental in the day to day development of the lady Eagles.
While now adding collegiate coaching to his resume, Patrick has seven years of coaching experience in the Juniors scene, four years with CP, two coaching with Starlings Volleyball Club in Oceanside and 2 years of High school, one at his alma mater, El Camino High and most recently at Vista Murrieta High School. Patrick played volleyball for 4 years and graduated from El Camino HS.
Patrick says "I am all about helping the girls learn more and get better in volleyball. My goal for the girls is that they improve and have an awesome season".
Patrick has one brother 14 years old and one sister 17 years old. And when he is not coaching he likes to hang out with the family.
Coach Wes returns to Cross Point Volleyball Club coming as the 16s Coach. Wes was also just hired as the JV girls coach at his alma mater Vista Murrieta HS. Previously, at the high school level he spent two seasons coaching freshman at Vista Murrieta and previously to that he was at Beckman High in Irvine. In club, he coached two seasons at TCA volleyball club in Fountain Valley and one season with Premier volleyball club.
As a player, he played two years at Premier VBC and following high school he played on the Cal State Fullerton Men's Club Team. He is married to Brittany and they have one girl, Cana and another baby girl due November 2015.
Coach Courtney has coached for Cross Point for three years and this year she will be involved in assisting many teams. As a player she played high school for Temescal Canyon for 4 years. She played three years for Viper volleyball club, while in her senior year she played for coach Rochelle. After HS she accepted a position for Cal State Northridge before transferring to RCC.
Along with coaching club for Cross Point she has also coached two years for Viper. She coached in High School as well as the Head JV coach for Elsinore High and one year as the Varsity coach for New Community Jewish High.