Shelly Pullins has been coaching volleyball since 2003. Volleyball has always been Shelly’s passion and she uses that passion to help shape young girls lives on and off the court.
Shelly started out at Frontier High School as a junior varsity coach and then took over the varsity position in 2010. In 2011 and 2012, Shelly’s team won her area’s Sectional and Regional and made it to the final game of Semi-State both years before losing to the state championship winners. In 2013, her team also won their Sectional but lost in the Regional game. For the five years of varsity that she coached, she had an overall record of 137-49. She was also named the Midwest Conference Coach of the Year as well as the White County Coach of the Year two times. In the 2016-2017 season, Shelly coached at St. Joseph College as a volunteer assistant.
Shelly has also coached club volleyball at Performance Point Volleyball Club for 16 years. She has coached some of the high level teams there and has taken three teams to AAU Nationals in Orlando, Florida. Her 17-1’s finished in the 20’s out of over 120 teams. That same team also won the Bluegrass tournament in the club division in 2017. Shelly is currently a Varsity assistant at Harrison High school.