Windermere High has announced Nicole Vinas as its next girls indoor volleyball coach

Vinas will take over a Wolverines team that finished 16-7 last season and should return its top hitter and setter.

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Windermere High has announced Nicole Vinas as its next girls indoor volleyball coach, via a social media post.

“I am so excited to be a part of the Windermere community,” Vinas said in the post. “I have been coaching for the last nine years, and I’m looking forward to a great experience here at Windermere High School.”

The Wolverines finished the 2023 season with a 16-7 record and lost in the Class 7A, District 5 finals and the regional quarterfinals, both to Olympia High.

Windermere should return its top hitter, rising junior Lily Rodgers, who had 274 kills last season and top setter, rising senior Mia DiLorenzo, who dished out 290 assists in 2023.

In the same post, the school announced tryouts for the 2024 girls volleyball team are set for July 29-31 from 4:30-7 p.m.



Sam Albuquerque

A native of João Pessoa, Brazil, Sam Albuquerque moved in 1997 to Central Florida as a kid. After earning a communications degree in 2016 from the University of Central Florida, he started his career covering sports as a producer for a local radio station, ESPN 580 Orlando. He went on to earn a master’s degree in editorial journalism from Northwestern University, before moving to South Carolina to cover local sports for the USA Today Network’s Spartanburg Herald-Journal. When he’s not working, you can find him spending time with his lovely wife, Sarah, newborn son, Noah, and dog named Skulí.

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