Winona State Warrior Volleyball
Selene Teitelbaum is in her third year as an assistant coach for the Winona State volleyball team. A California native, Teitelbaum brings a wealth of head coaching experience to the WSU bench.
Winona State improved to a 15-15 record in during the 2011 season that included wins over ranked teams Wayne State (NE) and Rollins. Three Warriors were named to the all-NSIC team with Shannon McGowan earning NSIC Libero of the Year.
Teitelbaum helped the Warriors post a 12-16 record in the most difficult conference in the nation in 2010. Eight of WSU’s losses came against teams ranked in the nation’s top-15.
Teitelbaum tutored Shannon McGowan, an all-conference selection at libero. The Warriors were an extremely young team in 2010, with just two seniors on the roster.
Prior to joining the Winona State staff, Teitelbaum spent six seasons as the head coach at California-Santa Cruz. She was also an assistant with the school’s men’s program for three seasons. At UC-Santa Cruz, Teitelbaum posted an overall record of 88-98, leading the team to back-to-back 20-win seasons. She coached 11 NCAA Division III All-Americans and had six consicutive seasons with players in the AVCA 30 Dig Club.
No stranger to the NSIC, Teitelbaum spent two seasons as an assistant at Bemidji State.
Teitelbaum had been a Nike Volleyball Camp Director at UCSC as well as coaching in the club circuit.
Teitelbaum was a four-year volleyball student-athlete at UC-Santa Cruz, graduating with degree in Music. She earned her Master’s Degree in Sports Studies from Bemidji State.
She is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) with the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), as well as a Certified CrossFit Trainer, and an ACE Certified Personal Trainer. She has worked with Gold Medal Squared and is CAP Level I Certified.
Teitelbaum is an avid CrossFitter and was a top ranked beach volleyball player in California before moving to Winona.
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