One Wisconsin :: Bay is dedicated to raise the level of volleyball in the Green Bay and Fox Valley area to a point it has never been before. Our teams will train and compete in a competitive atmosphere designed specifically to meet the individual needs of our National, Club, and Regional programs (more information on our programs page). All of our teams practice and train together allowing us to take full advantage of the competitive edge learned in those situations. Training includes team practices, specialty sessions and full club practices.
Alyssa King is entering her first season with One Wisconsin.
King served as the head coach at Rock Valley College from 2012-2016. King was the youth program director for VC United Volleyball Club. She also coached club volleyball with Club Fusion, the largest and number one recruited volleyball club in the country.
King was an assistant coach for the Keith Country Day high school team that won the 1A state title in 2013 and served as head coach for the Keith Country Day middle school team that went undefeated in 2013. Prior to that, she also coached at DeKalb High School in 2012.
As a player, King started her college playing career at Middle Tennessee State University where, as a freshman in 2007, her team advanced to the Sweet 16 for NCAA Division I. She transferred to the University of Pittsburgh for her junior season in 2009 and graduated with a bachelor's degree in Sociology in 2011. While finishing her degree at the University of Pittsburgh, she also coached club volleyball for the Pittsburgh Magic in 2011.
King is originally from Rochelle, Illinois.
Koenig’s volleyball coaching experience travels all over the Midwest, ranging from high schools to youth clubs and even NCAA programs.Starting with two periods as the head girls coach at Ashwaubenon High School in 2003 and later in 2013, Koenig also served as the head girls’ coach at Homestead High School in 2007 and the head girls coach at Delta High School (Ohio) from 2009-2012. More recently, Koenig was the head girls coach at Wrightstown High School from 2014-2017. He guided the Tigers to a regional title in 2015.
Koenig has also been heavily involved in the club volleyball scene. From 2004 to 2008, Koenig was the head girls coach for Milwaukee Sting, where his 16’s team grabbed consecutive fifth-place finishes at the Open Level of the JVA National Championships in 2007 and 2008.
Koenig is no stranger to the NCAA Division I level of play, having been an assistant women’s coach at Division I UW-Milwaukee from 2005-07. The Panthers’ 2006 team compiled a 24-6 record and participated in the Division I postseason tournament. Koenig also served as an assistant coach at Division I North Dakota State University in 2008 which compiled a 24-4 record and participated in the Division postseason tournament.
Koenig played volleyball for Grossmont College (Calif.) in 2001 and Palomar College (Calif.) in 2002. Koenig then played for the club team at Lakeland University from 2003-05. He was a two-time All-American, a three-time conference Libero of the Year. Koenig was inducted into the Wisconsin Volleyball Conference Hall of Fame in 2008 and was also the recipient of the Leif Storvik Sportsmanship Award in 2005.
Koenig obtained his bachelor’s degree in Sports Management from Lakeland University in 2005. The Valders High School graduate lives in Kaukauna with his wife, Anita, and son, Cole.
B.J. Bryant joins One Wisconsin after previously servings as a co-director and head coach for Wisconsin Volleyball Academy (WVA). Bryant and the WVA staff have helped 107 girls earn an opportunity to play volleyball at the NCAA level, including 38 at Division III, 31 at Division I and 26 at Division II.
Bryant was also involved with the USA Volleyball Badger Region High Performance program from 2008 to 2016. An assistant coach from 2008 to 2011 and the head coach since 2012, he aided teams to a USA Volleyball HP Championships bronze medals in 2016, 2015, and 2009, as well as a silver medal in 2010.
Bryant currently is in his fourth season as the women's volleyball coach at St. Norbert College in 2018-19. He was also named the head coach of St. Norbert's new men's volleyball program, which began play in 2019-20.
Bryant led St. Norbert back to the NCAA Division III Tournament in 2016, leading the Green Knights to their first Midwest Conference Tournament championship since 2011 with a five-set win over Cornell College in the title match.
Bryant served as an elected member of the Badger Region Volleyball Board of Directors from 2011 to 2017 serving on the executive board as the region secretary.