Terri (Zemaitis) Boumans

PLAYER DEVELOPMENT

2012-2006- Trained players at the beginner level up to the collegiate level. Implemented learning styles of the game from top programs as Penn State University and World Class level techniques from USA National Volleyball Team. Trained hundreds of volleyball players from the Naperville area and surrounding Chicago Suburbs. Camp Director for several summer volleyball camps across the country. Read testimonials from current and past players.

PROFESSIONAL VOLLEYBALL COMPETITION

2001-2002 Team Captain for the Chicago Thunder USPV professional volleyball team. Terri Zemaitis-Boumans (Chicago): MVP of Chicago's semifinal series sweep of St. Louis. Third in the league in blocks (3.1 bpm, 0.7 bpg) and ninth in the USPV in scoring (10.6 ppm, 2.6 ppg). Averaged 13.5 points (3.0 ppg) and 4.2 blocks (0.9 bpg) per match in the playoffs.

MAJOR INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION

1999 – Australia Trip…BCV Volley Masters…Dominican Republic…Japan Tour…NORCECA Champtionship…Pan American Games…World Cup. 1998 – Canada Cup…Canada Tour…Germany Trip…Grand Prix…Italy Tournament…Japan Trip…Peru Tour…World Championships.

INTERNATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS Team USA

1999 – Led the USA National team with 3.29 kills per game on the Australia Trip. Also posted four blocks and a .486 attack percentage…Led the team with 14 kills in the three-game win over Dominican Republic…Posted 12 kills and a .409 attack percentage in the team’s four-game upset over Japan. 1998 – Joined the team on the Germany Trip, posting two kills in a five-game victory…Posted 31 kills, 14 blocks and a .323 hitting percentage in three matches of the Canada Tour…Tallied 15 kills and a career high 10 blocks against Japan, and had nine kills and five blocks in the Americans sole victory over the Japanese…Tied a career high with 17 kills against Italy in the Grand Prix…Helped the team claim the Canada Cup with 50 kills and 16 blocks in four matches.

COLLEGE HIGHLIGHTS

Led Penn State to two Big Ten Conference titles and a national runner-up finish in 1997…She was the only player in Big Ten history to record more then 1,500 kills, 1,000 digs and 600 blocks…Finished her career at Penn State as the Nittany Lions’ leader in career blocks (736) and second in career kills (1,842), kills per game (4.02) and attacks (4,084)…A three-time captain for Penn State. 1997- American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) First Team All-American…Asics/Volleyball First Team All-American…AVCA All-District 2… First-Team All Big Ten…Most Outstanding Player of the NCAA championships. 1996- AVCA First Team All-American..Asics/Volleyball First Team All-American…First Team All-Big Ten…Set school record with 1.85 blocks-per-game average…Fourth all time in school history with 535 kills. 1995- AVCA First Team All-American…Big Ten Player of the Year…Set PSU record with a 5.0 kills-per-game average…Second all-time in school history with 1,319 attacks. 1994- Asics/Volleyball Monthly All-Freshman Team…Helped Nittany Lions reach the national finals.

PERSONAL

Graduated in 1998 with a degree in telecommunications from Penn State. Is married to Kerry Boumans and has five children. Has been coaching in the Naperville area for the past 8 years. Has trained several high school athletes and prepared them for their collegiate volleyball career.

 

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  • Terri Boumans
  • Mettle Volleyball Academy
    31W300 Schoger Drive
    Naperville, IL 60564
    (630) 485-1497

    "Immediately we could see that there was something unique about Terri's coaching style. What stood out the most was that Terri takes on a holistic approach with her athletes. Terri is very clear on her direction, and takes every opportunity to fine tune and refine so that the fundamental skills are solid. She has a way of encouraging her athletes to work hard and believe that they can do better. Terri pushes her athletes beyond the limitations they have set upon themselves. She is uplifting with her words so that her girls know what they need to work on and in what areas they have improved."