Todd Goodwin has been coaching volleyball at numerous locations throughout San Diego and Northern California for over 15 years. Todd began playing volleyball in the early 1990’s. He became a standout player at Rancho Bernardo High School and continued his passion for the game at Palomar College. Todd started his coaching career as the Assistant Varsity coach at Valley Center High School (2003-2005). During that time, he also coached the Boys and Girls club programs at Epic Volleyball Club in Poway. In 2005, Todd took on the Boys Head Coach role at Rancho Bernardo High School where he led the team to the CIF finals.  He coached in Northern California for Club Stockton (2008-2011) and Lincoln High School (2006-2011) where he was named San Joaquin County "High School Coach of the Year" in 2011 leading Lincoln High School to 4 consecutive League titles (2007-2011). Todd was also the coach for the Northern California High Performance boys Youth and Select teams. Upon returning to San Diego, he signed on as the Freshman and Varsity Assistant Coach at Poway, as well as the JV Boys and Varsity Assistant Coach at Torrey Pines before landing at San Pasqual High School to lead the Volleyball program. He is also back to coaching club volleyball for Epic.
Todd received a BA from San Diego State University in International Security & Conflict Resolution and obtained his teaching credential in social sciences from Cal State San Marcos. He teaches History at San Pasqual. When not in the gym, Todd enjoys spending time his wife Gina and their three young children.



This is Casey’s third year coaching girls volleyball. She was an outside hitter for Rancho Bernardo’s High School Varsity Team and graduated in 2015. She continued playing at San Diego Mesa College indoor and beach, and also club volleyball for the University of San Diego. She lives by the ocean and enjoys playing volleyball at the beach in her spare time.



My name is Lindsey Gordon. I am from the 4S Ranch area and I graduated from Del Norte High School in 2014. I played volleyball throughout high school and randomly picked the setter position my freshman year and fell in love with it. Then I went on to play at San Diego Mesa College for two years where I was ranked fourth in the state of California for averaging 10.29 assists per set. I then earned a full ride scholarship to Freed-Hardeman in Tennessee where I continued to play for my last two years of college. I received honorable mention both years I was there and broke three setting records.

I absolutely love coaching. I love being able to help kids who were once my age develop their volleyball skills and put it into game play. Not only do I enjoy teaching them about volleyball, but I directly incorporate life lessons into it as well. As we all know, learning how to persevere and work hard will benefit the girls in volleyball, but life as well. I deeply care about each and every one of my girls, and only want the best for them.