Lynn Wilhelm

Always an avid fan and steward of the sport of volleyball, Lynn Wilhelm took it to the next level in the fall of 2019 and started contributing to Prep Dig Nebraska so the readers could get some insight to some exceptional players and just great kids. Watching her two daughters play volleyball and seeing the work ethic needed to be great, she understands the amount of time players give to hone their skills on and off the court. When not watching or writing about volleyball, you will find Lynn in her day job as a real estate broker, spending time with her family, coaching youth sports, poolside, or riding her horse down the trail.

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Natalie Myers

Natalie is an avid volleyball fan and mother of a volleyball player. She's also a professional photograher. She lives in Lincoln, Nebraska and strives to let the world know about volleyball players at all levels.

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Erica Twarling

Erica has been coaching some level of volleyball for the past 16 years. She began in Gretna, NE and coached 7th grade, 9th grade, JV and was varsity assistant. She was also the Director of Gretna’s Youth League. She coached club ball for South Sarpy and G1 while in Gretna. She was the Head Volleyball coach at Cross County High School in Stromsburg, NE for 6 years. While there the Cougars were 2013 State Qualifiers. Erica was the Central Community College All-Star Assistant in 2013 and Head Coach in 2014. She also began Youth League at Cross County and then it morphed into Crush Volleyball Club for 12’s and 14’s and she was the director for 3 years. She also coached a 10’s Team for Central Nebraska Juniors and served on the Central Nebraska Juniors Board out of Central City, NE. Now Erica chases her volleyball daughters and 4 year old son as her husband is the head football coach at Norris High School. Erica lives in Firth NE with her husband and three children.

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Austin Kingsley

Austin is an undergraduate student at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, where he studies Sports Media and Communication. He has constantly been around the volleyball court throughout his life, continually learning new ways to watch the sport through coaches and peers. Through his work within the athletic department at the University of Nebraska, Austin is constantly interacting with student-athletes and has firsthand knowledge of the lifestyles and routines associated with collegiate sports.

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