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CCS Volleyball Head Coach, Jenni Hull hangs up her whistle after 15 amazing years with the Sasquatch. Hull put everything into her job, but now it is time to step away and focus on her family. Taylor Brooks sits down with Coach Hull as she closes this chapter of her life.
When Jenni Hull interviewed for the volleyball coaching vacancy at Community Colleges of Spokane in the mid 2000s, she recalls telling then athletic director Maury Ray it was her dream job.
One of region’s most impressive winning streaks in recent memory came to an end Friday night when North Idaho College volleyball upended Community Colleges of Spokane.
As its past 52 opponents have found out, it’s tough to beat the Community Colleges of Spokane volleyball team. Some of the reasons why were evident on the Sasquatch’s recent trip to Arizona, where the team also made quite an impression during a special visit to an area school.
Community Colleges of Spokane volleyball coach Jenni Hull walked into Tuesday’s practice and said softly in tone but loudly in spirit: “It’s a great day to be a Sasquatch.”
Community Colleges of Spokane volleyball coach Jenni Hull has been on the job since 2005, so she knew she had the makings of a good team. Roughly four weeks into the 2018 season, Spokane has left good behind and is pushing for greatness, perhaps even all-time greatness.