started to coach volleyball at the age of 14 for his club Arsel Eagles. By the
age of 18, Danny had won four Puerto Rico national tournaments in the 14U club
division. On 3 of those seasons, his team went undefeated. Danny led his 12
Open team to an AAU National Championships. He also won the USAV Junior
Nationals for girls with his 14’s team in the open division. He also won went
on to win every national tournament that his team played in Puerto Rico,
including the championship for the 16’s age group. Danny also served as the
assistant coach for semi-pro team in his home town Toa Baja. The year that he
was assistant, the team was the national champion of the Puerto Rican league.
After only one year, he took over the team as the head coach, and the team made
it all the way to the semi-finals. Danny finished his coaching in Puerto Rico
when he went to Junior Nationals with his 15’s team and got the 3rd place in
the 15 Open division.
In 2008, Danny coached at the Orlando Volleyball Academy where in the first year, he took his Molten team to the USAV Junior Nationals finishing in 5th place. In 2010, he coached the OVA 14 Asics and the team went on to finish in the top 10 for the USAV Junior Nationals. In 2011, his 14 Asics team won the Big South Qualifier and the Show Me Qualifier and also finished 3rd place in the Open division. In 2010, Danny was named the Outstanding Junior’s Coach by the Florida Region. He also served as the Varsity Head Coach at Winter Springs High School and led the team to the FHSAA State Finals. Danny was also the head coach for Foundation Academy in Winter Garden. The team was runner-up in 2A in the years 2012 and 2013. He moved to coach at Dr. Phillips High School when in 2 years the team had 2 district championship and 2 region finals appearance. In 2016 his OT 17 Asics Red took second place at the AAU Nationals in 17 Open, and in 2018, Danny won the National Championship 11’s Patriot division and was the runner up in 13 Club at AAU Nationals.
Played a club volleyball with A5, went and played Division II collegiate volleyball at the University of West Georgia. Being a recent college graduate and new coach, very excited to begin my coaching career with TK Volleyball. Had the privileged to coach TK Fall League, 13-Sky.
Russell Aguirre is a native of Georgia and has lived in various parts of the metro Atlanta area, he currently resides in Gwinnett County with his family. His volleyball journey began in middle school but while in high school he played club for Southern Storm and during his senior year he helped his 18’s team win the SRVA Championship and qualify for the USAV Nationals. He has coached and directed club volleyball in Louisiana and Georgia, winning many club tournaments and finishing in the top of many tournaments and national qualifiers, including as SRVA Runner-Ups and an AAU National Division Champion.
Russell has been coaching volleyball for over 11 years, having coached all levels. He has been coaching at the middle school, JV, and varsity volleyball levels here in Georgia since 2012 having been a part of and helping build strong volleyball programs, Landmark Christian School and currently at Hebron Christian Academy. During this time, he has been a part of many successful seasons that include top finishes in the county, region, and top 10 state finishes. His varsity coaching accomplishments also include (5) Area Championships, (4) Area Runner-Ups, (8) State Playoff Appearances, (5) GHSA Final Four Appearances, (1) GHSA State Runner-Up, and (2) GHSA State Championships.
Growing up in Georgia, Ashlyn started playing club volleyball in 8th grade. During high school, she was the starting varsity setter for her three years at King’s Ridge. Finishing high school at Cambridge, she helped led the team to a final four appearance as an outside hitter. She continued her playing career throughout college and continues to compete in adult tournaments to this day. She recently finished her collegiate playing career at Millikin University where she transferred after playing for Georgia Southern. During her college career, she spent her time filling in where the team needed her, playing as a setter, defensive specialist, libero, and outside hitter. She continues to compete and play volleyball at a high-level, traveling and playing tournaments on sand, grass, or indoor.
Wanting to share her passion for sport of volleyball and invest in younger athletes, she began coaching five years ago. She has spent the last three years as a club coach in Illinois and South Georgia. Additionally, she spent the previous year as the Volunteer Assistant Coach for the Millikin University Men’s Volleyball team during their inaugural year helping with strategy during games, practice plans, film analysis, and more. She coached club volleyball for Illinois United for the past two years as the 18-1s Head Coach for the 2019-2020 club season and then as the 13-1 and 16-1s Co-Head Coach for the 2018-2019 club season. Returning to Georgia, she wanted to continue her passion for coaching. She served as the Blessed Trinity Feeder Volleyball Coach for the 7th grade team this year. This season, she led the feeder team to two tournament championships and one second place finish being the only loss the team had this season. She is excited to now be part of the TK family this year and work with all ages helping each one of the girls develop and grow as players and people off the court.
Ashlyn Hartman is a recent Presidential Scholar graduate with a dual degree in Sports Management and Mathematics with a concentration in Data Science from Millikin University. In addition, she pursued a business minor and a certificate in Information Systems Data Management. While she completed this rigorous course load a year early, she successfully earned Dean’s List and Scholar Athlete honors each semester. Currently, she is furthering her career at State Farm as a Digital Analytics Analyst where she analyzes customer web experience to help drive business driven decisions.
Additionally, she is the oldest of four children. She has two younger sisters who followed in her footsteps and play volleyball as well.
My name is Kristin Crespo, and I am a senior at Dunwoody High School. I have played club volleyball for seven years as a Libero/DS and all four years of high school, two of which were on Varsity. I played on the 18 Legends team at TK last year coached by Danny Eleutiza. I have experience coaching in the Junior Wildcats Program and assisting the TK 15 Rise team last year at practices during their season. I love this sport and can't wait to work with the girls.
Hannah has been coaching girls volleyball since 2012. She has coached various club teams around Atlanta and middle school teams through the Walton Junior Raider program. Prior to coaching, Hannah played high school and club volleyball.
Hannah graduated from Georgia Tech in 2019 with a degree in Biomedical Engineering. She now works as an engineer at BD where she works on the design and development of medical devices.
Outside of work and volleyball, Hannah enjoys
running, hiking, and traveling.