Beginning with the 2019-2020 school year, Mrs. Anita A. Crouch will assume the role of Director of Volleyball at Tattnall Square Academy. Following an extensive search for qualified candidates, Coach Crouch was selected as the person to continue the tradition of athletic prowess at Tattnall Square Academy.
A Warner Robins native, Coach Crouch is married to Ric Crouch, and they have three children, William, Daniel, and Jessica.
Originally from Colorado, Coach Crouch began playing volleyball at an early age. In high school, she was a four-year varsity letterman and played collegiately at Louisiana State University in Shreveport. She was team captain and setter her junior and senior years.
Coach Crouch brings twenty-five years of extensive coaching experience with a focus on and passion for player development. A fundamental skills technician, she is proficient at instructing proper body mechanics unique to volleyball. From 1994-1996, she coached at William Palmer High School, helping lead the team to a 1996 state championship.
From 2011-2015, she coached at Westside Christian and was responsible for starting the volleyball program there. Westside qualified for the GICAA regional playoffs in the central region in 2013 and qualified for the state playoff championships in 2014 and 2015.
As head coach at Northside High School in Warner Robins from 2016-2018, she expanded and helped grow the program. Her Northside team qualified for the 6A regional playoffs in two of her last three seasons. For the past seven years, Coach Crouch also coached the Southern Strikers in Warner Robins, a USAV juniors travel volleyball club team.
Coach Crouch’s coaching philosophy is simple. She invests in her players. Her ultimate joy comes from instructing and encouraging players to try new skills and seeing them improve and succeed.
“I am excited and looking forward to building a comprehensive, competitive volleyball program at Tattnall Square Academy beginning summer 2019! Thank you so much for the opportunity, confidence and overwhelming support from the administration, parents, and players!” commented Coach Crouch.