Bredehoeft takes the helm of CHS volleyball
After seven years as the Concordia High School assistant coach, the volleyball is now in Aimee Bredehoeft’s court as she takes on head coaching responsibilities.
“I am excited for this new venture as head volleyball coach,” Bredehoeft said. “I am ready for the challenge to continue working with each athlete on the team to better their skills and reach their full potential.”
Bredehoeft’s volleyball experience goes back to her days as a varsity player. In addition to her seven years as varsity assistant, she also was the head junior high school coach for two seasons.
“I plan on keeping what has been working for us in the past,” Bredehoeft said. “I have collected a lot of new drills for the upcoming season that we will be using to increase skills.”
With a busy offseason wrapping itself up, Bredehoeft believes her squad is ready to start a new chapter in the story of CHS volleyball.
“The Lady Orioles have been working hard this summer to have an exciting and successful season,” Bredehoeft said.
For more about the Lady Orioles and all of the I-70 Conference’s volleyball and football teams, make sure to grab The Concordian’s annual Fall Sports special section — set to release on Aug. 21.