HOME LIFE: Quincey grew up in a small town in Colorado named Rangely. She has an older sister who is married with one child and another on the way. She is the second oldest and has three younger siblings: Lindzey, Skylar, and Dillan. She met her husband, Tanner, at Snow College while they were playing some pick up volleyball. They got married in the Logan Temple in April 2017.
EDUCATION: Quincey graduated high school from Rangely High School and continued on to Snow College where she earned her Associate's Degree.
VOLLEYBALL CAREER: Quincey started playing volleyball at a young age and played for Rangely High School. She then continued her volleyball career playing for Snow College. She went to Snow to play as an outside hitter; however, after her red-shirt freshman year she was converted to a middle and that's where she played for her remaining two years at Snow. She was a team captain her sophomore year and received an Honorable Mention Award at the Conference Tournament.
COACHING CAREER: After Quincey's sophomore year, a new coach was hired who asked her to be one of his Assistant Coaches for the following year. I accepted his offer and began creating the strength training workouts for the Snow College Volleyball team.
WHY I COACH: "I coach because I love creating new relationships and helping kids get better at the sport I love. I am a young coach, but as a coach I strive to help kids love the game as I do. To help them accomplish their goals and be able to reach above and beyond their limits. Volleyball has taught me a lot of life lessons and have taught me how to be a leader on and off the court."
VOLLEYBALL IDOL: Kerri Walsh
Mountain Peak Premier Coach
One Year Coaching Experience