Falyn Fonoimoana, Head Coach ... USC ...  SCVC 2nd year

2016 - 2017:  SCVC 14Quiksilver Asst. Coach; USA BJNC Bronze Medal; So Cal Qualifier, Silver Medal

High School Mira Costa High School:

o 4 year varsity; ranked as the No. 1 high school senior in the nation; finalist for the Prep Volleyball National Player of the Year honor; 2010: Volleyball Magazine Fab 50 selection

o 2009: All-CIF Southern Section first team honors; named Daily Breeze Player of the Year

o 2007: National Sophomore of the Year; Division I Co-Player of the Year; Daily Breeze all-area first team honors 14’s Division: National championship; named 14 Open most valuable player. College:


Started in 31 of 34 matches as a freshman for the Women of Troy and was second on the team in kills and points...recorded 398 kills (3.34 kps) for a .239 hitting percentage with 10 assists (0.08 aps), 24 aces (0.20 saps), 195 digs (1.64 dps), 61 blocks (0.51 bps) and 468.0 points (3.93 pps)...earned AVCA/Pacific Region Freshman of the Year and Pac-10 Conference Freshman of the Year honors...also named to the Pac-10 Conference All-Freshman Team...became the fifth player in USC history to earn conference Freshman of the Year honors...recorded 20 kills in a match seven times during the season (six of them during Pac-10 Conference play)...earned NCAA Dayton Regional most valuable player honors after recording 33 kills and 20 digs with her big match coming in the regional final against No. 3 seed Stanford with season highs in kills (25) and digs (14).


o 2013: Played in Puerto Rico for team Orientales de Humacao as the starting Outside Hitter. Ending the season with number one attacker and number one point scorer.

o 2014:Played in Puerto Rico for team Criollas de Caguas as the starting Outside Hitter. Along with winning a championship, was the number one point scorer and second in attacks.

o 2015:Played professionally for PGE Atom Trefl Sopot. Along with winning the Polish Cup, also was apart of runner up in European Cup as well. Volleyball Coaching Experience:

o 2 year Varsity Assistant at Junipero Serra High School

o Sunshine Volleyball Club o Long Beach Mizuno College Volleyball Training

o Beach Cities Volleyball Club o Destinee Hooker Volleyball Camps


Rick Arce, Asst. Coach ... Long Beach State ... SCVC 13th year

  • 2017 Boys 15 Open Gold Medal - Undefeated National Champions
  • 2016 Boys 18 Open Bronze Medal
  • 2015 Boys 17 Open National Champions
  • 2014 Boys 16 Open National Runner-up
  • 2013 Boys 15 Open National Champions
  • Arce begins his fourth year as an assistant coach for the Toros volleyball program with nearly 20 years of coaching experience in the southern California area following two years at Long Beach State and a 6-year professional career on the beach. Arce, who coached younger sister and former beach professional Lisa Arce Zimmerman, began his coaching career on the sand, enjoying a decade-long stint that included coaching his sister and Holly McPeak at the both the 1997 and 2001 Goodwill Games.
  • During his tenure, Arce also took up coaching duties as the JV coach at powerhouse Mira Costa from 1998-2005, where his teams claimed 5 Redondo JV titles. He has been with the Southern California Volleyball Club (SCVC) since 2002 as both head and assistant coach in arguably the most competitive organizations in the nation. With the SCVC, he helped his team claim the Junior Olympics bronze medal as an assistant coach to USC women's volleyball head coach Mick Haley during 2006-07, and a 5th-place national finish at the JOs with USC men's volleyball head coach Bill Ferguson two years earlier.
  • Prior to the SCVC, he was named Pioneer League "Coach of the Year" as the El Segundo HS varsity head coach, guiding ESHS to a CIF semi-finalist appearance. On the court, Arce was a standout as a 49er, claiming 1st-team All-Tourney honors as an outside hitter, opposite and defensive specialist.
  • He followed his collegiate stint by earning the top ranking with teammate Chris Hannemann at the EVA pro beach tour, also pairing with Eric Fonoimoana, Ali Tazarouni and Tim Walmer among others during his professional career, where he was a 3-time silver medalist on the Asian 4-man tour.

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