Napa Valley College in need of new women’s volleyball head coach

By Kyle Foster

Twitter: @NapaKyle @NapaSportsLive

Napa Valley College is in need of a new women’s volleyball head coach.

The job is now open after Kristen lordanova became the head women’s volleyball coach at Westcliff College in Irvine, and her husband Danko Iordanov became Westcliff College’s men’s volleyball head coach.

Over Iordanova and Iordanov’s two-year stint as the coaches at NVC they amassed a record of  18-30. Their overall Bay Valley Conference record was 17-11 during that time as well.

The Storm finished second in BVC in 2016, Iordanova and Iordanov’s rookie season as coaches.

The job requirements are:

  • A masters degree in physical education, exercise science, education with an emphasis on physical education, kinesiology, physiology of exercise, athletic training, or adaptive physical education. A masters in any life science, dance, physiology, health education, recreation administration, or physical therapy is also needed.
  • At least two years of previously volleyball coaching experience at the intercollegiate or varsity level at the high school level.
  • A valid driver’s licence and First Aid/CPR knowledge is also needed.

Any person who wants to apply for the job can go here. The job is part-time with an hourly play between $59.96 and $75.86 as an instructor and coach at NVC. The first official day of practice is August 15th, 2018, the first day of the fall semester.

There is no deadline to apply for the job, but applicants can contact athletic director Jerry Dunlap at or at 707-256-7655. Dunlap would like to fill the job as soon as possible, so the incoming coach can get to working with the team over the summer.



Kyle Foster

Hello I'm Kyle Foster. I'm the the main sportswriter for Napa Sports Association, you can reach me at with story ideas. Follow my Twitter @NapaKyle for game updates!

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