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2017 Volleyball Timberwolves

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Head Coaches

Jessica Humphreys

Jessica Humphrey Jessica has co-head coached the Timberwolves the past two years along side her father, Dave Baty. Prior to that she assisted the program since 2012. During this time, the Timberwolves have been at the top of the East Region every year, and went on to win the NWAC Championships four years in a row.

Jessica played Outside Hitter and Setter for Pendleton High School and Columbia Juniors Volleyball Club. Jessica's has collegiate experience at the Division I and Division II level. She was recruited to play Libero for Western Oregon University (2006-2008) and later transferred to play for the University of Portland (2008-2010), while earning her Bachelors of Science degree in Nursing.

Jessica obtained her Masters Degree in Nursing Education and is now a full-time faculty member for the Nursing program at Blue Mountain Community College. She enjoys spending free time with her family and riding her horse. 

Phone:  541-278-5910             Cell:  541-377-7020
Email: jhumphreys@bluecc.edu

Assistant Coach

Kendra De Hoog

Kendra De Hoog

Kendra De Hoog is a new assistant coach for the Timberwolves Volleyball Team at Blue Mountain Community College.  When she isn’t on the court working with the ladies of the volleyball team she is most likely wearing her nursing scrubs and working through the intensive training that is expected of a second year nursing student in BMCC’s nursing program.  With any remaining time in her world, Kendra relishes spending time with her family and working on her family’s dairy farm.

Growing up in the northwest in Ephrata, Washington, Kendra played middle blocker for Ephrata High School’s volleyball team, as well as, the Columbia Juniors Volleyball Club and Kamali’i Volleyball Club as an outside hitter.  Kendra began her college athletic career by playing as an outside hitter for the BMCC Timberwolves and helped BMCC to win east region titles and win the NWAC Championships in 2012 and 2013.  Kendra then continued her collegiate career as she transferred to Eastern Oregon University and competed at the NAIA National Tournament in 2014 and 2015 as an outside hitter.

Kendra obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Activity and Health from Eastern Oregon University in 2016.

Phone:  541-278-5910             Cell:
Email: kdehoog@bluecc.edu