Coach Schwartz is currently in her second year as Freshman Volleyball coach and Assistant Varsity soccer coach. She is currently teaching in the CTE Department in MAPS/Professional Communications for incoming Freshman. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology with a minor in Physical Education and Health from Baylor University. She has her Teaching Certification in Speech.
She also has extensive playing experience, playing high school ball at Claudia Taylor ‘Johnson’ High School in San Antonio, Tx, where she was a varsity captain. She played club for Classic Elite of San Antonio. After high school, she went on to play collegiately D1 level at Baylor University in Waco, Tx, where she was a part of Big 12 Championship team and Elite 8 finalist in the NCAA tournament.
“She states her coaching philosophy as: An athlete′s character is more important than their talent! My goal is to create well-rounded players on the court/field, as well as in the community and classroom. I strive to enhance the talents of my players while developing their leadership skills, self-discipline, and work ethic. The desire to win, to improve skills, and to believe in each other is something that I encourage all of my athletes to aspire to do all the time. A love for the game and a respect for teammates and coaches can make any group of young women reach goals that seemed once impossible.”