Our elite group of coaches bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to Team Rockstar and its athletes. Our staff consists of ex-Olympians, AVP Champions, National team coaches, and current D1 college coaches and players.


Matt Fuerbringer

Director / 18 Rockstar
Matt Fuerbringer is the founder and Director of Team Rockstar. 4-time All-American and 1997 National Champion at Stanford. - played professional indoors overseas - 8 time AVP Champion - 2013 Manhattan Beach Open Champion (with Casey Jennings) - Men's National Team Assistant Coach from 2013-2017 and again fro 2019-present. 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. His wife, Joy, owns Mizuno Long Beach Volleyball Club. They have 2 kids, Charlie (16) and Mateo (13). Both Charlie and Mateo play for the club and are standout players in their prospective age groups.


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Anjinho Bacil

14 Rockstar
Eduardo “Anjinho” Bacil begins his 11th season with Team Rockstar and has been coaching club for over 10 years. He historically coaches our 14u team and won gold with the 14Rockstar team in 2020. 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.



John Hawks

16 Rockstar
John Hawks enters his first season with Team Rockstar.  He currently is in his seventh season on the UCLA Bruins’ staff working with the offense and serving as the recruiting coordinator. His efforts on both fronts have helped UCLA rate as high as at least No. 2 in the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) national polls in each of the past six seasons. In 2018, UCLA advanced to the national championship match and recorded 26 wins, the most by the program since the 2006 NCAA Championship season. Daenan Gyimah was awarded the Ryan Millar Award as the nation’s top middle attacker in each of the past two seasons and earned first-team All-America honors the past three seasons. Bruins Micah Ma’a (at UCLA 2016-19) and Mitch Stahl (2014-17) each saw action with the U.S. National Men’s Volleyball Team during its qualification run in the summer of 2019 for the 2021 Tokyo Olympics. This summer, Hawks is serving as Asst coach on the US Yourh National Team competing in Anaheim, CA. In the summer of 2019, Hawks served as head coach of the U.S. Men’s Volleyball team which earned a silver medal in the NORCECA Continental Championships with Stahl and Ma’a on the squad. In the 2018 off-season, he was an assistant coach for the U.S. Men’s Pan Am Cup Team, which finished seventh, and featured three Bruins (Stahl, JT Hatch, Jake Arnitz). Prior to UCLA, John spent four years in Cleveland, Ohio where he acted as Director of Volleyball for SPIRE Institute. SPIRE is a boarding school designed to blend athletics and academics at the highest level. He also served as Head Coach at The Academy for Volleyball where his 17 Open team won the 2015 AAU Girls’ National Championship. Collegiately, Hawks has an extensive history in the MPSF, spending three seasons at Long Beach State (2009-11), where he was responsible for recruiting, day-to-day operations and either offense or defense. He spent the 2007 and ’08 seasons at USC as the top assistant coach after serving four years as an assistant at UC Irvine (2003-2006) under current UCLA Head Coach, John Speraw. During his time at LBSU, the 49ers made the tournament both years and had ten All-Mountain Pacific Sports Federation selections and four AVCA All-America picks. John also served as an athletic department representative on the Academic Integrity Committee. In his two years at USC, Hawks was responsible for recruiting the top classes in the country and helping the Trojans to two consecutive playoff appearances, while compiling the most wins for the program since 2000. Those recruiting classes went on to play in two final fours during their career. During his four seasons at UC Irvine, the Anteaters won 70 matches (more than the program’s first 11 years combined), and qualified for the MPSF playoffs three times. He was on the sidelines during the 2006 campaign when UCI won the program’s first conference title, led the nation in wins (27-5) and reached the national semifinals, after spending eight weeks at No. 1. Hawks helped to recruit classes that went on to win two National Championships under Coach Speraw. In August 2011, Hawks led the U.S. Junior National team to its best finish ever, fourth place, at the FIVB World Championships in Brazil. In May 2010, he served as assistant coach at the Pan American Cup in Canada where the team beat Argentina to capture the Gold Medal. Later that summer, Hawks was head coach of the U.S. Men’s Junior National Team which competed in the NORCECA zone qualifier in Quebec. That team won USA’s first ever Gold Medal at the Junior National level and qualified for the 2011 FIVB World Championships. In September 2010, he also served as a scout for the Men’s National team during the 2010 World Championships in Italy. During the summer of 2009, Hawks was an assistant coach with the U.S. Men’s National Team for the 2009 World League, where they finished in fifth place in Belgrade, Serbia picking up wins versus Netherlands, Italy and China along the way. In May of 2008, Hawks headed up a small group of USA National Team players that trained at the Japan Institute of Sports Science (JISS), successfully helping the Japanese to qualify for the Olympic Games in Beijing. In June 2008, Hawks spent time as an assistant to Alan Knipe with the U.S. National Team at the Pan American Cup in Winnipeg, Canada, where the Americans defeated the hosts, won gold, and qualified the team for the America’s Cup later that year. He was also an assistant for the USA Boys’ Youth National Team, which went undefeated at the NORCECA Youth Continental Championship en route to the gold medal and qualification into the 2009 FIVB World Championship. Hawks served as the head coach at the 2006 USA Volleyball Boys’ Select A2 Training Camp, and was an assistant coach for the 2006 Men’s Junior A2 Team, 2007 Junior National team and the 2007 World University Games team. The Junior Team finished seventh at the World Championships in Morocco with wins coming against Russia, Brazil and Cuba, while the World University Games team defeated Italy for the bronze medal in Bangkok, Thailand. Hawks began his college coaching career as an assistant coach at Grossmont Junior College in San Diego, where he also played, from 1995 to 1997. He was the boys’ head coach at Santa Margarita High School from 2001 to 2002, after serving four years as an assistant. The Eagles went undefeated in 2001, winning the CIF Southern Section, before reaching the semifinals the next year. He was named the 2001 CIF Southern Section Coach of the Year and the 2001 Orange County Register Coach of the Year. Hawks also spent five seasons as an assistant at his alma mater, Edison High School (1990-94) and moved into assistant coaching duties at San Dieguito High School (1995) and Francis Parker High School (1996). Both squads won CIF San Diego Sectional Championships. He then moved to Santa Margarita High (1997-2000), assisting the boys (1997-2000) and girls (1997-1999) squads. The boys won a pair of CIF Southern Section titles (1997 & 1998) and the girls won three (1997-1999). The girl’s team also won the 1999 state championship, after finishing second in the state in both 1997 and 1998. On the club level, he coached Balboa Bay Volleyball Club for 12 years (1998-2011), winning nine medals at the Junior Olympics (1998, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2009, 2011), including Gold in 2000, 2009 and 2011, and silver in 2005. He was also a coach for Seaside Volleyball Club (1995-1997), winning gold in 1997 and bronze in 1995. On the girl’s side, John’s team most recently won the 2015 AAU National Championship in the 17 Open Division making him one of the very few coaches to have won Gold medals in Boys and Girls volleyball. John is married to Julianne and they have two beautiful little girls named, Giavanna and Gabriella.



Jo Rocha

18 Black
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Cody Oreiro

18 Rockstar / 14 Rockstar / 12 Rockstar
Cody Oreiro enters his 3rd 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.”



Jo Rocha

16 Rockstar
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Shane Beatty

16 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.



Sid Davidson

15 Rockstar
Sidney (Sid) Davidson enter’s his first season with Team Rockstar. He is now in his 24th year of coaching club and high school. Sid coached and taught for 15 years at St John Bosco in Bellflower. Last season Sid coached club for the 17 Black team at Balboa Bay Volleyball Club. Sid currently teaches and coaches at Long Beach Poly High School. Sid holds a Kinesiology degree and teaching credential from Cal State Long Beach University. He also earned a post graduate’s degree from Azusa Pacific University in Physical Education with an emphasis in Sports Management / Business where he graduated with honors. Sid is married to Geodi Sunabe-Davidson who also teaches, coaches volleyball and is an athletic director. Together they have two beautiful children Michael and Meilani Davidson



Chris Ceballos

16 Black
This will be Chris’ first year with Team Rockstar. He is currently the Head Coach at Woodrow Wilson High School in Long Beach. He’s been a High School Varsity Head Coach and a Club Coach for 12 years. Prior to Wilson he was the girls Head Coach at San Pedro HS from 2014-2019 where they won a Division 1 CIF City Section Championship in 2018. He held coaching positions at South Torrance, St. Bernard, Mary Star of the Sea and Serra as well. As a player, Chris was a top 50 recruit for the class of 2005 and was recruited to play at the University of Southern California.



Emma Kirst

17 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.



Irina Malysheva

12 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.


Naomi Iosia

13 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.



Alec Gilliland

18 Black
bio coming soon...



Jeffrey Ecevedo

16 Black / 15 Rockstar
Jeffrey Ecevedo enters his 1st season with Rockstar! - Coached 18s at Mizuno Long Beach - 3 season assistant coach for The HBC 2011-2013 - Current Varsity assistant for Girls Long Beach Poly High school. - Has 16 years of coaching experience for both girls and boys. For Girls 2008 Frosh Soph Moore League Champs 2013 JV Moore League Champs 2016 JV Moore League Champs 2017 JV Moore League 2018 JV Moore League Champs Won 2013, 2016 JV Valley Christian Tournament. 2016, 2017 JV South Torrance Volleyball Tournament. 2012 Varsity Moore League Champs 2015 Varsity Moore League Champs 2017 Varsity Moore League Champs 2018 Varsity Moore League Champs Played Club, High School, and College at LBSU men's club Volleyball. A Defensive specialist, Setter and Serving Specialist in his playing Coach Boys Volleyball from 2007-2015 at Long Beach Poly for the Frosh Soph Went undefeated In Moore League 1st in St. John Bosco Tournament 2nd Kennedy Tournament. 5th Valley Christian JV Tournament . 2nd Orange County Championships As an assistant For Boys Varsity 2009,2010,2011 Moore League Champs with Vuthy Cheav Won Consecutive tournaments. As an assistant Jeff coached Long Beach Poly Boys team to consecutive Moore League titles where the Boys program went 34-2 in League in three years. With Keli Pula(2013,2014,2015) In 2016, the Long Beach Poly Girls team earned CIF SS Division 1 and Open Division semifinalists. In 2017 Division 1 state semifinalist. In 2018 Open Division state participate. 2019 Varsity Moore league Champs At Seal Beach Won Silver at the 2018 Summer Soirée 16 Division and on the 17 Division Took Silver At the JVA West Coast Cup in 2019 As an assistant In 2021 Long Beach Poly boys volleyball team made it to the semifinals with Sid Davidson



Kristen Lansburg

16 Black / LAB
Originally from upstate NY. Received a bachelors degree, in 2015, majoring in Sport Management with minors in coaching and psychology from the College at Brockport, SUNY. I played indoor as an outside/DS for 2 years. I helped out with Paradigm Volleyball Club 14s and 17s teams for a semester. Then, went on to be the assistant women’s volleyball coach at Morrisville State College in NY for 3 seasons while also coaching High School girls at Morrisville-Eaton for 2 seasons. In 2018 I went back to college at Brockport for a second bachelors degree in Exercise Science with a biology minor, and finished my last two years of playing eligibility as a DS/libero. I have since done two Strength & Conditioning internships; one at Pepperdine University one at and UCLA. I received my CSCS in May 2020. I am so excited to join the Rockstar Family as both a volleyball and strength coach!!



Devon Burki

18 Rockstar
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Matt Iamaleava

18 Black
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Robbie Orantes

13 Rockstar
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Billy Veng

15 Rockstar
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Jake Lafata

12 Rockstar
This is Jake’s 1st season with Team Rockstar. He is also a 2nd year coach at Mizuno LB. He is currently a Junior Libero at Vanguard University of Southern California for the Men’s Volleyball program. In 2017, Jake played his first season of college at Judson University in Elgin, Illinois, where he got freshman of the year and 2x defender of the week. Also finishing the season at #9 for the most digs/per set in NAIA Men’s Volleyball. After leaving Judson University, he came to sunny Southern California to play for Long Beach City College 2019-2021. Jake has been playing volleyball for 13 years. His passion for the sport is very strong and he enjoys nothing more then to give back to the volleyball community that gave him such a big part of his life.

Daniel Matheney

18 Rockstar
This is Daniel’s 1st year coaching at Rockstar as he was a former player for the club for 4 years. Some of his accolades include No. 5 on the Fab 50 list, Named First-Team Boys’ HS Senior All-American by the American Volleyball Coaches Association. Took second place at the 2017 SCVA High Performance Championship (made the all tournament team at this event), finished third at the 2016 Junior National Championships with Team Rockstar 17’s. Helped lead his high school team to back-to-back Del Rey League titles in 2017 and 2018 and a CIF Finals appearance in 2017. After his senior season, Matheney was named Del Rey League MVP, first-team All-CIF-SS Division 2, and first-team Daily Breeze All-Area, Also played on the basketball team at Bishop Montgomery and was a member of the CIF Open State championship team his junior year. Selected to the 2017 USA Boys Youth National team, selected to the 2019 USA Junior National Team. 2022 NCAA Final Four Semi Finalist with UCLA. Aspiring Professional Volleyball player

Anthony Wong-Orantes

14 Rockstar / 13 Rockstar
bio coming soon


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Fia Faumuina

17 Rockstar
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Lindsey Lampert

Club Administrator
Lindsey Lampert has been the administrator for 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 was the Director of the Beach Babes program for five years. Lindsey is married to 18Black coach, Alec Gilliland, and they have 3 kids, Jace (9), Max (6), and Jordan (4).