Meet the Directors

Megan McNannay
Jen Greeny
U12 Development Coach

PAC-V is very excited to welcome back Jen Greeny as an invaluable member of the club! Jen enters her second season as head coach for the Washington State University Volleyball Team. She played and was an assistant coach during the program's most successful years on the Palouse. In her first season as head coach, Greeny's team doubled the total number of wins from the previous season, including four more wins in the elite Pac-12 Conference action, and extended her five-year coaching tally to 124-44 (.738). Prior to that, she was head coach at Lewis-Clark State College where she led the program to some of its most successful seasons in program history, winning four consecutive Frontier Conference regular season titles, four consecutive conference tournament championships, as well as earned four consecutive berths to the NAIA National Tournament and finished in the top 13 in the nation each year. She wins the respect of those around her not only through her competitive success but also through her strong character and leadership. Jen is married to Burdette Greeny, WSU assistant volleyball coach. Jen and Burdette have two daughters.

Jen brings a tremendous amount of knowledge and expertise to the PAC-V pro
gram. She is entering her second year with PAC-V and will be working primarily with the U12 age division. Coach Greeny’s coaching expertise will be felt throughout the Club as our coaches will be using the same approach to practices, drills and game management used by Coach Greeny. We are fortunate to have her as a resource for our coaches throughout the Club season and see her as a vital part of building it into a very successful and competitive club program.

Katie Hinrichs
Director of Coaches

PAC-V welcomes Katie Hinrichs into her new role as coaching director. In 2012 and 2013 Hinrichs was the Palouse Area Club Volleyball U17 Head Coach along with Assistant Coach, Marcelina Glab (current WSU player). 

Hinrichs is a native of Pullman, Wash., and was a volleyball, basketball and softball standout at Pullman High School. The Pullman volleyball team won its first state volleyball championship in 2005 and placed in the top eight in 2006. Hinrichs played libero for WSU Head Coach Jen Greeny at Lewis-Clark State College where she was a three-year team captain and during her career the Warriors tallied 112 wins and 24 losses, won four regular season and post-season Frontier Conference titles, and advanced to the national NAIA Championship Tournament all four years. Hinrichs, a three-year team captain, had school-record performances including digs in a match with 41 against Doane at the 2009 NAIA Tournament, single-season digs (561 in 2010), and her 1,585 career digs is second-best all-time at LCSC. She was a four-time Frontier Conference All-Academic selection. She received her bachelor's degree in Business Administration from LC State in 2011.She received her bachelor's degree in Business Administration from LC State in 2011.

Hinrichs started her coaching career for the Snake River Juniors Volleyball Club. Mentored by Judy Fong and Jen Greeny, Hinrichs coached six teams ranging from the U12-18 level over her course of four years. With an emphasis on fundamentals, ball control, and discipline, Hinrichs and her assistant coach Kelli Tikker (current Spokane Falls Community College Assistant Coach) coached the SRJ U14-1 team to the Junior Olympic National Championships by winning the Evergreen Regional Tournament in 2011. Hinrichs is currently the Washington State Director of Volleyball Operations.