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Victoria Boehme

Regional Team Coach

HOME LIFE: Victoria grew up in Smithfield, she is the oldest of 5 and has 3 sisters, 1 little big brother and 2 dogs, Nala and Bella. Victoria worked in Grand Teton National Park for a summer, and returned from The Louisiana Baton Rouge Mission in January 2016. She currently works as a florist and loves designing flowers every day, especially wedding bouquets. When she isn't at work she enjoys running and ran her first half-marathon in October 2017 and might be crazy enough to run another one in 2018.

EDUCATION: Victoria attended Snow College after graduating from Sky View High School.

VOLLEYBALL CAREER: Victoria played four years at Sky View High School, and played in volleyball classes while attending Snow College.

COACHING CAREER: Victoria first started coaching the fall rec league at the Smithfield Recreation Center for 3 years, and coached for North Peak the year before her mission. She is currently the Freshman coach at Sky View.

WHY I COACH: "I love volleyball, the excitement and rush of the game. The constant change of plays and progress being made as a team. Being a coach, seeing the unity that comes when there is one purpose, one goal and the team giving it all they got. That opportunity to support their dreams and give them the tools to achieve their dreams, watching them work with those tools and being willing to show them again and again seeing them apply the steps given to help them better use the tools they've been taught thus far and encouraging them to overcome their limits and their excitement when they do something they never thought they could. Becoming better, not just as players, but as people makes me truly happy and this is why I coach."

VOLLEYBALL IDOL: Kerri Walsh Jennings

FAVORITE QUOTE: "True happiness resides within you. Most people are searching for happiness outside of themselves. That's a fundamental mistake. Happiness is something that you are, and it comes from the way that you think." - Wayne Dyer

"The only limits you have are the limits you believe" --Wayne Dyer

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