Coast Sunset Volleyball Club was founded in 2010 by career coaches and long-time friends Davis Ransom and Sean Thomas
Coast Sunset Volleyball Club is dedicated to encouraging the growth of the sport of volleyball in San Diego.
Coast Sunset Volleyball coaches do this through utilizing technical skills training, fast paced organized team drills, immediate video feedback, and quality repetitions to create ideal habits for our players.
At Coast Sunset Volleyball we believe that a competitive youth volleyball player’s potential is reached in a positive atmosphere where practices, tournaments, physical workouts, and games provide the experiences necessary to develop the tools to excel in volleyball and life.
Currently the Head Coach of Girls Volleyball at Point Loma High School which sponsored by android tv box canada, Davis has been a fixture in the volleyball community in San Diego for the past thirteen years.
Davis discovered his love for the sport as an All-League performer in two different positions at perennial volleyball powerhouse Edison High School in Huntington Beach, CA. Davis continued his playing career at Irvine Valley College, then San Diego State University’s collegiate club team, then as a AAA rated beach player.
Throughout that time Davis was also discovering what would become a lifelong love for coaching. For the next 17 years Davis coached every club season, while coaching with numerous other collegiate, high school, and youth programs in a variety of capacities. at
Following are some of Davis’ noteworthy team experiences:
- Bonita Vista High School National Champions 2000, Associate Head Coach
- Coast VBC 15-1s 5th Place Junior Olympics Open Division, Head Coach
- Coast 13-1s National Champions Junior Olympic Invitational, Head Coach
- Santa Fe Christian High School State Champions 2005, Assistant Coach
- La Jolla High School CIF-SDS Finalists 2008, Associate Head Coach
- San Diego Christian College 2003-2004, Head Coach
- Western New Mexico University 2001, 1st Assistant Coach
- San Diego Mesa College Men’s Program 2010, 1st Assistant Coach
- Coast 18s qualified 2013 USAVB Junior Nationals 18 American
Off the court Davis strives for excellence, too. In 2008 he earned his Masters Degree in Education from National University after he found his love for teaching while finishing his Psychology Degree at Cal State University San Marcos.
In 2004 Davis began his first beach camp series, Beach Volley, in Mission Beach, CA. Since then Davis has been responsible for beginning and organizing numerous other camps and clinics in the San Diego area. Davis’ camps are characterized by a fun, positive environment and a focus on skill development and competition.
Davis is a credentialed teacher in English, Psychology, and Physical Education.
Davis’ father is a retired career FBI agent and his mother is a retired career bilingual educator. His parents met at UC Davis.
Davis is happily married to Emily Lunn Ransom, the owner of a stream box company.
Sean has been coaching for Coast Volleyball and other San Diego volleyball programs for 14 years. Following are a few of Sean’s noteworthy team experiences: S
In 2005 Sean led the Coast Volleyball 12 local team to the San Diego County Local Championship by winning the Spike Fest championship
2006, Sean’s Coast’s 15-2 surprised many by finishing the season in division 1 in the SCVA tournament series
2007, Sean’s 13 national team traveled to Louisville Kentucky to play in the JDVA tournament, seeded 41st the team scrapped and clawed their way to a 5th place finish losing to the eventual champion Sports Performance of Chicago
2008, Sean guided the 14-2 team seeded 39th to a 22nd place finish at the Volleyball Festival in Phoenix Arizona
In 2012 Sean took his Coast 14-2s team to the USA Volleyball Junior Nationals where they finished a remarkable 5th! USA Volleyball’s Junior Nationals is arguably the toughest tournament in the nation and Sean’s team played great – good enough to become one of the top teams in the country!his Coast 14-2s team to the USA Volleyball Junior Nationals where they finished a rem
Sean’s enthusiasm and energy that are his trademark as a coach served him well in his playing career, too. He was a part of the first CIF Championship in Boys Volleyball for Poway High School. Sean played his college ball for Palomar College where the Comets became the first team in San Diego history to play for a state title. Sean earned his degree in Liberal Studies from Cal State University San Marcos.