TEMPE – Sun Devil Volleyball has a new director of operations as Carley Bock, a Valley native and former outside hitter, joins the family.
Bock is a Chandler, Arizona native and grew up playing club volleyball in Arizona. She has a wide range of experience, playing at many different clubs throughout the Valley. She played at Hamilton High School in Chandler where she competed in back-to-back state championships in 2013 and 2014 alongside assistant coach Preslie Anderson.
After high school Bock continued her volleyball career at Fresno Pacific University in California. She played at FPU as an outside hitter from 2015-2019. At FPU, she was a starting outside hitter who led the PacWest Conference in kills per set her senior year. She made the Pac West All-Conference Team as well as being named Fresno Pacific Senior Athlete of the Year.
In 2020, Bock moved back to Arizona to attend graduate school at Arizona State to pursue a master’s in higher education, which she received in 2021. Prior to this new position with the Sun Devils, she had been serving as an admissions coordinator for the W. P. Carey School of Business at ASU.
Bock has experience coaching volleyball as well. While at FPU, she coached at Central Cal Volleyball Club for five years as both an assistant and head coach. She also coached at Clovis North High School in California for both the boys and girls’ programs in 2018 and 2019. For the last three years, she has been coaching with Spiral Volleyball Club in Chandler.
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