Michael Del Homme is the founder, director, and head coach of California
Blue VBC. Michael is a certified USAV-CAP Level II coach through the USA
Volleyball Coaching Accreditation Program. He completed his CAP II classes
at the American Volleyball Coaches Association's Annual Convention in
Michael is also the head coach for girls and boys volleyball at Chaminade High School in West Hills, California. Michael has more than 25 years of experience coaching, teaching physical education, conducting athletic training classes and hosting summer camps at the high school and middle school levels. See Michael's CAP II certification.
Cathy Santana is the general manager for California Blue VBC as well as the assistant athletic director at Chaminade HS in West Hills, California. Cathy has been involved in sports at the high school and club levels for more than 25 years. Cathy's professionalism in business and knowledge of athletics help make California Blue VBC a special place for young athletes to learn and grow.
Javy Martinez was an all-city setter at Venice High school who ended up playing tennis in college. Javy accepted a position at Cal State Monterey Bay as a student coach for the womens volleyball team and, in his sophomore year, became a full time assistant in charge of defense. Javy coached the boys volleyball team at St. Bernard High School in Playa Del Rey and, in his first year, led them to a league title and CIF quarterfinal appearance. He also coached the St. Bernard girls volleyball team. Javy coached the boys volleyball team at St. Monica High School, which won a third league title with an undefeated league season. Javy is the head coach of the girls varsity volleyball team at the Buckley School. Javy has recently completed USA Volleyball's IMPACT course. See Javy's IMPACT certification.
Anthony Stepanov was a three-year varsity player and two-time varsity captain for the Taft High School boys volleyball team. In 2010, he was a member of the Division I city champion Taft HS team. Anthony was named all-city first team for both the 2011 and 2012 seasons. He also played for the SMBC for four years. Anthony currently plays for the Pierce College mens volleyball team after playing for Cal Baptist University.