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Matt Fuerbringer

Director / 18 Rockstar
Matt Fuerbringer is the founder and Director of Team Rockstar since its start in 2009. He was a four time All-American and 1997 National Champion at Stanford. Matt then went on to play both overseas and on the AVP, where he was an eight-time winner. In 2013, he won the Manhattan Beach Open, with Casey Jennings. Matt was the Men's National Team Assistant Coach from 2013-2017. The National Team was named the World League Gold Medalist in 2014, the World Cup Gold Medalist in 2015, and Olympic Bronze Medalists in 2016. In 2013, Matt was the Volunteer Assistant Coach for the UCLA Men's Volleyball Team. Matt, and his wife Joy, recently took over the Long Beach State Women's Volleyball Program, where Matt is the Associate Head Coach. His wife, Joy, owns Mizuno Long Beach Volleyball Club. They have 2 kids, Charlie (14) and Mateo (11). Both play for the club.



Anjinho Bacil

18 Rockstar / 14 Rockstar
Eduardo “Anjinho” Bacil begins his 10th season with Team Rockstar and has been coaching club for over 10 years. Anjinho is also the Head Coach at El Segundo HS--2009-present (2015 CIF Champions DIV 3). In 2015, he was named League Coach of the Year. He was a member of the Brazil National Team from 1988-91 and was ranked in top 8 of AVP rankings for 10 straight years. Anjinjo trains professional beach volleyball players and was the U-21 USA boy’s national team head coach from 2009-2014, and the Team USA beach volleyball U23 head coach.



Jeri Estes

15 Rockstar
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Falyn Fonoimoana

18 Black
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Jo Rocha

18 Black
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Cody Oreiro

12 Rockstar / 14 Rockstar
Cody Oreiro enters his second season at Team Rockstar and Mizuno Long Beach this year and comes to us from the Lummi Nation, in the Pacific Northwest area of WA state. He is a  University of San Diego graduate with a Sports Medicine background, where he played soccer and club volleyball. Cody started out his coaching career coaching indoor High School volleyball with 2 years at cathedral Catholic followed by 3 years at Tri-City Christian, winning 4 cif Championships, 1 state championship and 2 state runner up finishes. During his 10 year run at Carmel valley middle school head coaching 7th and 8th grade they finished in every single San Diego middle school championship winning eight 7th grade titles and nine 8th grade titles.  As an 11 year resident at Coast Volleyball club Cody spent 10 years on the 18-1 staff, 5 years in the 16s age groups, 4 years in 14s, and 3 years with 11s/12s, winning gold in the 16-open, 18-open, silver in 11s, and 15-open, bronze in the 17-open, and a Bronze at the aau 18-open. 
    “I believe that together we are learning life lessons through volleyball. The sport may have brought us together, but the things we experience throughout the season like the hard work in the gym, the wins and losses at tournaments, the everyday turmoil that life can dish us, getting through those things together with the support of the team allows us to form life long friendships, and that is why I love my job.”



Spencer Mclachlin

16 Rockstar
Spencer Mclachlin is in his 4th season with Rockstar and is the current assistant coach for the UCLA men’s volleyball program. Spencer brings over 20 years of coaching and playing experience to Rockstar. A former All-Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF) outside hitter while earning a national championship playing for Stanford in 2010, McLachlin returned to Westwood after serving the previous two seasons as an assistant coach for the University of California women’s volleyball team. In 2017, he won the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) “Thirty Under 30” Award, which is presented to up-and-coming coaching talents across all levels of volleyball. This past off-season, McLachlin broadened his experience while working on the coaching staffs for U.S. Men’s Volleyball squads which competed in the Pan American Cup and the NORCECA Champions Cup. McLachlin finished his playing career at Stanford ranked among the program’s all-time leaders in kills in the rally scoring era (1,288). As a senior, he was team captain and earned second-team All-MPSF honors. McLachlin was a three-time MPSF All-Academic team selection and earned his degree in Political Science in 2011. During 2011-12, he was a club coach for the Bay-to-Bay Volleyball Club and went on to secure a Master’s degree from Stanford in Education in 2012. McLachlin continued his playing career at the professional level as an outside hitter for Greek pro volleyball team, Mas NIKI Aiginio from 2012-14. He also worked as a teacher at his former high school, Punahou School, from 2014-15. As a youth player, Spencer was a member of the 2007 U.S. Junior National Team which participated in the World Championships. In 2005, he saw action on the U.S. Youth National Team which won the NORCECA championship. McLachlin was a three-time selection as state Volleyball Player of the Year while at Punahou.



Grady Hoffman

13 Rockstar
Grady is excited to begin his first season as a coach for Team Rockstar. Grady is a Rockstar alumni, having played on the 14U-18U Rockstar teams, all top 5 in the nation. Most recently he was the starting libero and captain of the18U team who were Gold Medal Champions in the Open Division at the 2019 East Coast Championship. Grady was also a member of the 2019 USA Volleyball High Performance A1 Indoor National Training Team. He is a 2020 graduate of Palos Verdes High School, where he played 3 years of Varsity and was Captain and 2019 Defensive Player of the Year as well as nominated for the Best Male Athlete. He is currently deferring his admission to the University of Arizona, taking a gap year and looking forward to working with the club.



Ricardo Araujo

Ricardo Araujo Ramirez begins his first season with Mizuno Long Beach. Ricardo Started playing in 2006. Made it to the youth u-17 (2010), u-19 (2011) Mexican national team. Participated in two youth world cups (u-21 Ankara, Turkey 2013) and (u-23 Dubai, UAE 2015). Played one Panamerican cup with the Mexican senior team in USA in 2015. Participated in some NORCECA tournaments (Guadalajara, Mexico 2010) and Panamerican cups (Mexicali, Mexico 2011 and Havana, Cuba 2014). Ricardo was a Member of the Tecnologico de Monterrey University campus Guadalajara volleyball team from 2011 to 2017.



Shane Beatty

17 Rockstar
Shane Beatty begins his 4th season with Team Rockstar. Shane assisted the 2018 Gold Medal Winning 15 Rockstar team. Shane is also the St John Bosco Volleyball coach. He is also a Trainer at Peak Volleyball Academy. Previously, he was Holy Names University Assistant Coach for Women's Volleyball, and Interim Head Coach Men's Volleyball for 2 years. Shane played at Hope International University (2012-2015) and was Setter of the year and 1st team All-Conference in 2015. He played at Grossmont College (2010-2012), where he was Co-player of the year in 2011 and 1st team All-Conference 2011 and 2012. / 619-933-7482


Austin Matautia

15 Rockstar
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Naomi Iosia

12 Rockstar
Naomi Iosia begins her 1st season with Team Rockstar. She comes from a family of volleyball players that have gone through both the boys and girls program here at the Mac. She earned a scholarship to Hope International University (2009-2012) where she received a degree in Liberal Studies with a minor in Biblical Studies, and also obtains a Masters Degree in Educational Administration. Naomi has previously coached at North Torrance and Ambassador High School. She is in her 10th season with Mizuno Long Beach. In 2018, her 12 Mizuno won gold at Junior Nationals in Detroit, Michigan. Naomi is currently a director of Mission Kidz Preschool in the South Bay.



Eamon Pool-Harris

14 Black
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Nate Ngo

17 Rockstar
Nate Ngo is in his 1st season with Rockstar and is currently the performance analyst for the USA Men’s National Team. Nate has been on staff with the USA Men since 2015, a period in which the team has earned Bronze Medals at the 2015 FIVB World League, 2016 Olympic Games, 2018 FIVB Volleyball Nations League, and 2019 FIVB World Cup, Silver Medals at the 2019 FIVB Volleyball Nations League, and Gold Medal at the 2015 FIVB World Cup. During this time, Nate has also held coaching positions with the UCLA Men (2019-2020), Cal Poly Women (2018), University of Denver Women (2017), and Irvine Valley College Men and Women (2015-2017). Prior to working with the Men’s National Team, Nate was an assistant coach for the University of Portland Women in 2014, a graduate manager for the University of Nebraska Women from 2011-2013, the volunteer assistant coach for the Cal Poly Women (2007-2010), and the head coach for the Cal Poly Women’s Club Team (2007-2010).


Emma Kirst

16 Rockstar
Emma begins her 2nd season with Rockstar. Emma committed to University of Utah Sophomore year of high school playing both pin positions. She competed for two years at the PAC 12 level for Utah, reaching the NCAA Tournament twice. Emma transferred to Long Beach State for her final two years where she led the conference in blocks playing both pin positions and middle blocker. Finishing up her indoor career, she collects several all-conference awards. She played one year of beach under Mike Campbell. Emma graduated in 2019 with a degree in Communications on the Dean's Honor Roll List.


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Remi Pourrat

13 Rockstar
Remi Pourrat is from Cannes, France. For 7 years, he has served in both the role of head coach and assistant coach for the most prominent boy’s club in France, AS Cannes Volley Ball, developing players between the ages of 11 – 20 years. Additionally, he has coached within the French National Team development pipeline, from 2013 – 2016 winning the French Boy’s Championship in 2013. In 2016 he served as an assistant coach to the Under-18 boy’s junior national team. In 2014 – 2015, he was an assistant coach of the professional team of Le Cannet Women’s Volleyball, winning the French Cup for the first time in history, and runner up of the French super league. In 2015, he interned for 2 weeks with the USA Women’s Volleyball team during training camp, and in 2016 with the Germany Women’s Volleyball team. In the US, he coached at Peak Volleyball Academy with Alfred Reft, head coached the boy’s 13s and assisted with the 17s and 18s here at Team Rockstar Volleyball, winning the Bronze at the Junior's Olympics in 2019. He's also coaching at LBVC since 2019, where he is now the Head Coach of the Girl's 16s Gold team. Since 2018 Remi is assisting the LBCC men's volleyball team, winning the 2019 CCCAA State Championship. He is also a Volunteer Assistant Coach for the Women’s Volleyball program at Cal State Long Beach since 2019. As a player, Remi was part of the Under-21 French Championship team in 2010, and played in the 4th French division. He moved to the US in 2017 and played on the LBCC men's volleyball team in 2017/2018, leading the team as a captain to a 20-1 record.



Irina Malysheva

15 Rockstar
Irina Malysheva was born in 1953 in Buryatia in the family of a geologist and an artist. She has been engaged in volleyball since the age of 14 in high school. She graduated from the College of Physical Education and Sports with honors. As part of the national team of Kazakhstan became a bronze medalist of the student league. 
Since 1975 she worked as a coach at the children's sports school in Ekibastuz (Kazakhstan). Her teams became champions of the Pavlodar region in 1976, 1977 and 1978. 
Since 1981 she worked at the sports school in the city of Nizhny Tagil (Russia). At the same time studying at the Omsk State Institute of Physical Education and Sport. 
In 1987 she received the highest category of coach and confirmed it every 4 years with the Regional Category Commission.  
Under Malysheva's leadership teams became more than 60 times Champions and medalists of the Sverdlovsk region from 1983 to 2016.  2000-2015 2-3 places in the Russian Workers' Championship. In 2011, her team won silver medals in the Russian League II Championship. 
Several of her students, as part of the Sverdlovsk regional team, were the winners of the Russian Championship.  
Five of its players were part of the youth team of Russia. Two students born in 2004 are currently on the national team. 
It should be noted that in Russia the coach works with players for 8-12 years from 6-8 years to 14-16. 
Malysheva Prepared players for professional teams of clubs «Uralochka» (Ekaterinburg), Spartak (Omsk), TTU (Leningrad), Indesit (Saratov). Several students play in the teams of Greece, Israel, Germany. 
In 2001 she defended her dissertation on mutual education in the process of learning the game of volleyball and received a Ph.D. in pedagogical sciences through the Moscow Academy of Sports.  
2002-2016 she lectured on physical education at the Nizhny Tagil State Teachers' Institute. 
Awarded federal government awards in Russia: 
- "Excellence in Physical Culture and Sports Russia" – 1999; 
- "Honorary Worker of General Education Russia" – 2000; 
- Badge of honor "80th anniversary of the Ministry of Physical Culture, 
Sports and Tourism of the Sverdlovsk Region" – 2004; 
- The distinction "Sports prowess of the Sverdlovsk region" – 2015; 
In 2016, she moved to the United States with her daughter, who was invited to the Dickinson State University volleyball team, for which she played the 2004-2008 season and received 4 individual awards, including Bes All-Around-Player, Best Server.

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Matt Iamaleava

14 Black
bio coming soon...



Lindsey Lampert

Club Administrator
Lindsey Lampert has been working with Team Rockstar since 2012. Lindsey also provides administrative support to both Mizuno Long Beach and runs the social media for both clubs. As a player, she earned a scholarship as a middle blocker to the University of San Diego where she was named to the WCC 1st team during her junior and senior seasons. Lindsey has almost 15 years of coaching experience at both the high school and club levels. Lindsey has been the Director of the Beach Babes program for the past 5 years. Lindsey is married to Mizuno Long Beach 11s coach, Alec Gilliland, and they have 3 kids, Jace (8), Max (5), and Jordan (3).