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Coach Amanda Mullen- Club Director

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Coach Amanda

Coach Amanda Mullen (Cranberry Twp., PA) is Pitt United Girls Volleyball Club Director.  She resides in Cranberry Twp., and works as a Family and Consumer Sciences teacher at Moon Area School District.  At Moon, Coach Amanda teaches Mastery of Cooking, an advanced cooking class at the High school and Middle School Family and Consumer Sciences. She loves teaching 7th grade sewing and foods and 8th grade foods and Child development.  She has a ten year old Yorkshire Terrier named Molleigh and a six year old rescue Doberman/Hound from Animal friends named Bucco. In September of 2019, the club welcomed a new member into the “Pitt United Family” with the birth of Coach Mullen’s son Levi Mullen.  In addition to work, volleyball, and being a momma, Coach Mullen loves to hang out with her friends, family and her husband Ryan.  She enjoys singing Karaoke, reading chick flick books in her backyard and going shopping at TJ MaXX and Homegoods and tailgating.  She attended Indiana University of Pennsylvania from 2004-2008, graduated Magna Cum Laude with her Bachelors of Science Degree in Family and Consumer Sciences Education with a minor of Child Development and Family Relation Studies.

Amanda Mullen has 15 years coaching experience ranging from the Middle School, Junior Varsity and Varsity level.  Eight years ago, she started Pitt United Girls Volleyball Club knowing she could provide a more private and exclusive opportunity for young female athletes to be trained in the sport.  Before finding her niche in coaching, Amanda played at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, for Renaissance Volleyball Club/Penn Juniors and for Seneca Valley High School.  While participating in volleyball, she was a Middle Hitter, 3 year Varsity letter winner at Seneca Valley High School and Captain of her volleyball team (02′ & 03′ seasons).

Contact Info:

Email: pittunitedvolleyball@gmail.com

Phone: 724-766-3180 (3:00pm-8:00pm M-F) – text first!

 

 

Coaches for the 2021 season will be identified soon!