Rosselli Named Head Coach at the Community College of Spokane.
April 7, 2005
Community Colleges of Spokane announced the hiring of ex-Sasquatch and ex-Tiger player Jenni Rosselli as the team's new head volleyball coach, on Apr. 1st.
Rosselli spent four seasons as assistant at the University of Memphis, where she played from 1997-98. She was the Tigers' recruiting coordinator and middle hitter coach. She helped the Tigers to their first-ever appearance in the Conference USA Tournament Finals in 2003.
The Federal Way, Wash., native was named the All-American JUCO Player of the Year by the American Volleyball Coaches' Association (AVCA) while at CCS, and was also a first team All-America JUCO honoree from the AVCA. She led the Sasquatch to two runner-up finishes at the NWAACC tournament.
Rosselli is married to former Tiger basketball player Aaron Mulvagh. She assumed the coaching and teaching position at CCS on April 1.
She replaces Irene Matlock, who won four NWAACC championships and 715 games in 19 years with the Sasquatch. Matlock also coached Rosselli before Rosselli transferred to Memphis. Rosselli holds both her bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of Memphis and was named the Education Department's Student of the Year as a senior.