Athletic Director & Junior Varsity Head Coach
Pam returns to Genesis in her fourth year as Athletic Director and Junior High Head Coach. She delights in the game as a former player and brings years of coaching experience to the court. Pam is dedicated to skills training and desires to serve the players and their families through an exciting and smoothly run season. A graduate of Ball State University, Pam worked in Corporate America before coming home to raise her children and homeschool. She has been married to Paul for 34 years and they have five children and four grandchildren. Her family enjoys the outdoors, as they have many years of hiking and camping under their belt.
Director of Spiritual Growth & Boys Varsity Head Coach
Nickole Huffman is wife to Greg (22 years), mama to Josiah (19) and Samara (14), an athlete, world traveler, and is passionate about Scripture, Uganda, coaching, and holistic health. She has been involved with Genesis since 2016 and loves the club’s mission, vision, and core values, and the intentionality of sharing the Gospel and pointing the athletes and their family’s to the true Redeemer. She also loves the opportunities coaching provides to build relationships with the players and step into their lives. Nickole is eager to share about the Messiah and help others on their journeys of faith; even for those who are confused and unsure of where they stand. She longs to help people feel seen, heard, and understood. In her spare time, she can be found cheering on her daughter in her various sports, playing her own athletics, learning about natural remedies, or diving in deeper to Scripture in anticipation of the return of our Messiah.
Director of Community
Tina has been married for 19 years to John Woodall. They have 2 daughters, Emma (18 years old who plays volleyball for Genesis) and Molly who is 15 years old. Tina has always been a stay-at-home mom who has enjoyed being the mom and the teacher. This is Tina's second year with Indy Genesis. She served as Team Mom for the JV team. She also loved being behind the camera during the volleyball matches. She is a member of the Columbus Community Church where she volunteers for the Children's Ministry. In her free time, she loves to be outdoors behind the lens of her camera.
Sara has been married to Doug for 19 years. They have six children, Tim (17), Abby (15), Robbie (13), Amelia (10), Elsie (7), Rosie (6). Sara is in her 12th year of homeschooling her children. She has been treasurer for Cub Scout packs and AHG troops for many years. She also brings over six years of banking experience to the position. In her free time, she enjoys reading a good book, playing volleyball in the adult league at the Community Life Center, and playing board games and card games with her family.
Alicia has been married to David Goodman for 16 years. They have two children, Rebecca (13 yrs old, plays volleyball for Genesis) and Eli (10 yrs old and plays soccer for Genesis). Alicia is in her 4th year of homeschooling her children. She serves as the Office Assistant at New Life Church and has previously been the church clerk, responsible for taking meeting minutes at each business meeting. She is a great fit to serve as the Secretary of the Volleyball Sport Board. In her free time, she enjoys relaxing with a good book.
Varsity Head Coach
When not working as the Media Director at Mainstay Property Group, Dalton is usually on a volleyball court or spending time with his wife, Morgan. A former homeschooler, Dalton then went on to graduate from Anderson University in 2015 with a Bachelor’s in Information Systems. During his collegiate years, he chartered and captained a men’s volleyball club where he also played and trained his peers. Today, he continues to pursue the sport in various leagues and tournaments. Though, he has traded most of his time on the court playing for time coaching (a trade he thinks is worth it.)
Assistant Varsity Coach
Isaac Cartwright is returning for his third year as Assistant Varsity Coach. Having spent many years as a competitive player, he’s excited to continue passing on his skills and knowledge to a younger generation so eager to learn. He prides himself in teaching the basics as well as team chemistry/leadership. During his free time he enjoys playing volleyball with friends and golfing as much as possible. He is excited to be a part of Genesis and invest in making 2021 the best season yet.
Boys JV Head Coach
Chris Lorimor picked up volleyball at the age of 20 and has played in many leagues and tournaments through the years. He is new to the Genesis family and brings six years coaching experience to the court. He has been married to Christine for 24 years and they have been blessed with three girls. Hannah is 21 and still a newlywed with Luke Meier. Grace is a sophomore at IUS in New Albany. Sarah is 15 and entering her sophomore year and first year with SEEK. Chris has served in Speech and Debate as well as LOGIC for the past five years. He has been active at Lakeview Church of Christ for the past 20 years. He works as an Engineering Team Leader at Cummins. He played basketball, baseball and golf in high school, and played four years of golf at Case Western Reserve University.
Junior High White Team Head Coach
Karianne has loved the sport of volleyball for many years and is excited to start her first season with Indy Genesis! In high school, she trained with Indy Silver Lightening and Kim Mountain during their camp and conditioning sessions and now plays in an adult league in Greenwood. Karianne is a homeschool graduate who has a Liberal Arts degree from IU with a minor in Psychology. She works full time with Morgan County EMS and is currently pursuing a degree in nursing, with the end goal to settle into her medical career as a nurse practitioner. In the rare, precious minutes of free time, she loves to cook, pepper & pass the volleyball with her sister, create music, cheer on the University of Hawaii men’s volleyball team, travel, swim, drink coffee, and ultimately spoil her 7 month old niece, Glorianna.
Junior High White Team Assistant Coach
Kimberlyn is the fifth child of seven crazy kids. She was homeschooled until college then received her Associates of Science in Criminal Justice from Ivy Tech. She currently works at FedEx but plans to go back to school for a BA in Information Technology. She has chickens and an Australian Shepherd named Sky who loves to corral them into the coop. Kimberlyn had the opportunity to train with Indy Silver Lightning and soon fell in love with the sport. She has been a part of an adult league for three years and continues to play any chance she can get. She is looking forward to coaching the young ladies this season and to see their love for the game grow and teamwork blossom. In her free time, she loves puzzles, listening to music, watching movies, reading, playing volleyball with her siblings, traveling, playing the cello, and drinking coffee.
Elementary Blue Team Head Coach
Lissa played volleyball in high school, but her love for the game really started after college when she began playing sand volleyball in various leagues and tournaments with friends. She is now sharing her love of the sport with young girls and is enjoying coaching her daughters’ elementary team, this year being her second year with Indy Genesis.
This fall, Lissa and her husband Michael will begin their 8th year homeschooling their 4 children: Nathan (13), Audrey (10), Marci (8) and Logan (6). Their family just moved to Avon in June as Michael has accepted a position as the high school choir director at Plainfield High School. During any free time, Lissa would be found being active and outside in nature as much as possible, reading historical fiction, volunteering with Meals on Wheels or a local food shelter or taking a good nap.
Elementary White Team Head Coach
Alyssa played basketball for six years in grade school. After graduating, she started playing volleyball and now enjoys playing in competitive adult leagues. Alyssa loves giving back to the homeschool community through providing childcare for local co-ops, coaching, teaching children's art and sewing classes, or just being a positive role model for young girls. Alyssa is an artist, small business owner, and Jesus follower. She displays her artwork in galleries around Indiana, and sells handmade jewelry and gifts with her sisters through their business Joyful Creations. This is Alyssa’s second year on the Genesis coaching staff.
Lindsay has enjoyed volleyball since 3rd grade and played club, high school and JV volleyball at Olivet Nazarene University. She graduated in 2019 with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy and works for OrthoIndy. Lindsay's favorite thing about volleyball is winning a big point after working hard as a team and chasing after a ball to get it back in the court. She looks forward to helping Indy Genesis with specific skills like serving and hitting along with improving the team's strength and conditioning for optimal performance and injury prevention. Outside of volleyball, she enjoys running, hiking, traveling, and hanging out with her husband and family.
Jamie recently married Michael this past summer. She has been around the sport of volleyball for many years, playing both club and school volleyball in high school as an outside hitter and defense specialist (DS). She then played four years of collegiate volleyball at the University of Indianapolis as a DS, graduating with a degree in Exercise Science in 2016. Jamie received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from UIndy in 2019, and currently works in Greenwood. In her free time, she enjoys spending time outdoors with her family, playing in various volleyball leagues and traveling.
Becca Reynolds has spent more time on the volleyball court in her life than off of it. She has played since the age of 8 for various leagues and clubs traveling all over the United States to compete in tournaments. Once she graduated high school she turned down several offers to compete at the college level and chose instead to pursue an education with the National Christian Counselors Association. While working on her education, she worked with a mission organization in downtown Indianapolis and began her coaching career at Team Indiana. Becca has 4 years of coaching experience at the high school level. She is returning to the court after taking a break to start her family. Becca and her husband, Adam, have 3 children: Brianna (16), Athalia (5), and Warren (3). Becca works at New Hope Church as a Pre-School teacher.