Frisco Flyers Volleyball Club is excited to announce our College Recruiting Team that will be assisting our athletes in their pursuit to play at the next level. As one of the largest and most competitive clubs in the region and country, FFVBC has players that can compete at the various levels of collegiate play.

Our mission is to facilitate the recruiting process for all of our players that wish to pursue playing in a college volleyball program. That doesn’t mean that we guarantee each player will get a D1 scholarship. There are so many opportunities to play in NCAA Division I, II, III, NAIA, and NJCAA. The goal is to find the right fit for the player and the program.

The recruiting process at Flyers includes recruiting seminars, one-on-one meetings, video highlights review and communication with collegiate coaching programs on behalf of our players. We will be there to guide the player in their journey. At the end of the day, the players must put in the effort to research (schools, academic interests and requirements, and the volleyball program) and communicate with programs they are interested in.

Frisco Flyers college recruiting staff:

Andy Gass
This will be Andy's 23rd year coaching, 17th year as a Club Director and 1st year with Flyers. His wife, Brandy and him created Nitro Volleyball Club in 2002. Andy has written an article “Starting a Club: The Story Behind the Creation of Nitro” that was published in Coaching Volleyball magazine in April 2007, recognizing all of the hard work it took in building Nitro Volleyball Club. Andy is currently the Head Varsity Coach at The Hockaday School of Dallas.

Andy's Coached Players Who Continued to the Next Level to the Following Schools: Air Force, Austin College, University of Alabama, University of Arkansas, University of Arkansas at Monticello, Boston College, UC Davis, Georgia State, Jacksonville State, LMU, SMU, Stanford University, University of North Texas, University of Texas Arlington, Texas A&M Corpus Christi, TCU, Transylvania, Trinity, UAB, Rochester Institute of Technology, Williams

Brian Fitzgerald

Anthony Graham

30+ years experience, current college coach at Austin College.