Volleyball Head Coach
Joseph Soley is entering his fourth year coaching volleyball at Allatoona. He helped lead the Lady Bucs to their eighth playoff appearance and winning two Area 5-AAAAA Championship. He is back-to-back Area Coach of the Year (2014 & 2015). The team played back-to-back elite eight in the state playoffs 2015 & 2016 seasons. He graduated from Indiana State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Health & Physical Education. He has a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership from the University of Alabama, and completed his Specialist Degree from Lincoln Memorial University in Curriculum & Instruction. Currently, Coach Soley is teaching Health, BPE, General PE, and is also the Head Coach for the Women’s Varsity Tennis Team. He is married to Lindsay Soley who is a 5th grade teacher at Kemp Elementary, son Hayden (15) and daughter Anna Cait (10).
Varsity Volleyball Assistant Coach
Coach Adeyeye has a Bachelors of Science in Biology and is in her second year of coaching. She competed in volleyball, basketball, and track during high school, and played volleyball in college. She was best Offensive Player and a record holder in college. Coach Adeyeye looks up to Coach Amie Howard and is thankful for her sister, Debra, and her brother, Tobi.
JV Volleyball Head Coach
Jill Mosier is entering her first year coaching JV volleyball at Allatoona. In 1992, she was a High School All-American and played in the All-American Games in Albuquerque, New Mexico. In 1992, she was also Kansas High School Player of the Year. She attended the University of Iowa on a four year scholarship, and was All Big Ten two years (1992-93). Mosier was the Iowa freshman player of the year in 1993. In 1994 and 1995, she was invited to play for the US National Team. In 1995 and 1996, she was invited to train at the US Olympic Training Camps. Mosier is honored to be inducted into the KVA (Kansas) Hall of Fame (June 2, 2018). She has one son and three daughters.
Coach Mosier’s quotation is: “Start unknown, finish unforgettable.”