As a four-year starter for the Knights, Tanya Jarvis along with her teammates made three-consecutive NCAA tournament appearances from 2001-03. At the same time, Jarvis showed off her two-way ability as a player by finishing in the top 10 all-time in UCF history in both kills and digs.
A true student of the game, the 2004 team captain knew that once her collegiate playing days ended her passion for the sport would lead her to coaching. Jarvis immersed herself in teaching the game fresh out of college and is the head volleyball coach at Bishop Moore Catholic High School. Jarvis also maintains a volunteer assistant position at Rollins College in Winter Park, where junior middle blocker Camille Indest was just named the Division II National Player of the Week.
Indest was seasoned as a younger player at the Orlando Volleyball Academy, where she was coached extensively by Jarvis. Jarvis has managed a top coaching position with one of the nation's most competitive junior programs for the last 10 years.
With Jarvis at the head of the program, Bishop Moore compiled a 72-19 mark in her first three seasons, winning the district championship each year. This year the Hornets have taken things to the next level and are currently the No. 1 ranked team in the nation after an impressive 15-0 start.
Bishop Moore will put its undefeated record and national ranking on the line when it squares off against Dr. Phillips on Tuesday night and Apopka on Thursday night.