Part I. Coaching Foundation; Part II. Coaching Plans; Part III. Teaching Individual Skills; Part IV. Teaching a Team System and Tactics; Part V. Coaching Matches; Part VI. Coaching Evaluation
Sally Kus is the head volleyball coach at the University of Buffalo. Prior to taking over the reins at UB in December of 2001, Kus enjoyed four successful seasons at Daemen College, New York where she was twice named NAIA conference coach of the year. Kus is best known for her remarkable 23 year coaching tenure at Sweet Home High School, New York where she compiled an impressive record. She coached her teams to an American National Federation of State High School record of 292 consecutive wins, six consecutive state titles and a No. 1 ranking by USA Today. Kus was named coach of the year by the American National Women's Sports Foundation in 1983, National Federation Volleyball Coach of the Year in 1987 and was inducted into the US National Volleyball Hall of Fame in 1996.
""""Sally Kus is one of the top instructors in USA Volleyball's
coaching accreditation program. Coaches at every level will give
their players a far better athletic experience on and off the court
if they learn from the ideas in this book."""
Coaching education director, USA Volleyball
""""Coaching Volleyball Successfully "is a must-read that explores the elements that have brought success to Sally and her athletes. These gems of wisdom come from the former coach of a high school program that set the level of play for which most of us strive."""
Horseheads High School varsity coach
Southern Tier Volleyball Club coordinator and coach
"""Sally demonstrates why she has been recognized as one of the top high school coaches in the nation. Her skills as a physical educator and her commitment to her players and the game of volleyball shine through in each chapter."""
Head volleyball coach, Penn State University