2015-16 District P Championship Volleyball Team

PHSC is a member of the National Junior College Activities Association (NJCAA) and the Florida College System Activities Association (FCSAA).

The volleyball program is admired throughout the nation for its winning tradition. The program has proven itself to be a leading contender for the region championship every year. Through its history, the program has remained successful.

In twelve seasons at the helm of the PHSC volleyball program, Coach Kim Whitney holds a record of 336-132. Whitney has led the Conquistadors to three Suncoast Conference championships, twelve regional tournament appearances, six NJCAA national tournament appearances, and in 2010 won the NJCAA DII National Championship.

Whitney (formerly Zschau) is a graduate of Kansas State University, where she still holds the records for most games played, most double-doubles and is a top record keeper for games played, double grand/career (kills/digs) and digs. Her outstanding performance at KSU earned a spot on the USA Women’s National Team in 2001. Kim played professionally in Gijon, Spain; Barcelona, Spain, and also for the United States Professional Volleyball League’s Grand Rapid Force. She also plays outdoor on the sand and has competed professionally on the AVP and EVP. Her highest finish on the AVP was ninth which she has tied three times in Louisville (Ky.) in 2007, Virginia Beach (Va.) in 2010 and Hermosa Beach (Calif.) in 2010.

PHSC has a very competitive schedule playing the top teams throughout the state. Many out-of-state teams also travel to play against our highly respected program. PHSC volleyball prides itself on graduating its student athletes on time. Numerous graduates have continued their athletic endeavors at various four-year institutions throughout the nation. Others have also chosen to concentrate solely on their academics as they worked toward their degree(s).

Pasco-Hernando State College is proud of its entire athletic program and the volleyball program is the crown jewel of that pride.