11 Teal

11 Teal Team Photo

11 Teal Head Shots

Pod Leader

  • Ilani Myers
    Ilani Myers

Head Coach

  • Megan Paulk
    Megan Paulk

Assistant Coach

  • Aggie Alford
    Aggie Alford

11 Teal Tournament Schedule

DateTournamentLocation
January 21Carolina Regional TBD, NC
February 3Carolina RegionalTBD, NC
February 17Carolina RegionalTBD, NC
March 3Carolina RegionalTBD, NC
March 16Carolina RegionalTBD, NC
Olivia Cohen
Izzy Burt
Peyton Ferguson
Maggie Ackiss
Hailey Hrehor
Jocelyn Muddiman
Sloane Scott
Emma Carter
Marina Miller
Ilani Myers

Ilani Myers graduated from East Central University with a bachelors degree in Psychology. After graduating and earning the All GAC Distinguished Scholar Athlete Award, Ilani transferred to Shaw University to begin a masters degree and finish her volleyball career under JP. Prior, she attended Colby Community college where she gained experience playing a number of positions. Her experience has developed her volleyball intelligence and increased her love for the game.

When she is not on the court Ilani is finding new ways to compete with her brothers, spending time with her mom, or adventuring her hometown with friends.

During the season Ilani’s primary goal is to develop young athletes on and off of the volleyball court. She hopes to build relationships with players and encourage them to play towards their own individual strengths. She believes attitude and effort lead players to being successful and strives to embody that as an athlete and coach. Ilani is very excited to join Emma and JP for her first year with the club!

Megan Paulk

Megan is ecstatic to join Carolina Advantage. She has been coaching club volleyball for 8 years at a multitude of levels from 17 open to regional 12s.

Megan is an NC State graduate with her BS and MS in accounting. She was a member of the NSCU Women’s Club Volleyball Team during all 4 years of undergrad where she played as a middle blocker and right side hitter on the top team. Megan is now an avid beach volleyball player. She loves to compete in sand volleyball tournaments around the region. Megan is also an active volunteer at Hope Reins where she serves as a session leader on a weekly basis.

Megan’s favorite thing about coaching volleyball is helping players build a love for the game and teaching them to play the sport creatively. She is a huge believer in high-energy, game-like practices where players are getting as many good repetitions as possible.

Aggie Alford