Beth Nuneviller

Head Coach - College Recruitment Director

beth nuneviller

Coach Bio

  • Recruitment Director/Coach
  • Phone: 480-326-8644
  • College Coaching
    • Beth Nuneviller has nine years of college coaching experience.  Four years with Division 1 top 25 team University of Arkansas finishing the season as high as 13th as an assistant, an NCAA tournament team all four years. Prior to that, five years as the Head Coach at Phoenix College (NJCAA).  During the nine years, her teams achieved FOUR division titles, one conference tournament title, one Coach of the Year honor (for her) and THREE All-Americans.
  • Club Coaching
    • Beth is entering her 11th year with Aspire and has over 18 years of club coaching.  During this time she has had SEVEN Arizona Region Championship Teams and five Runner-up finishes.  Her teams have won Seven Junior National Qualifier Championship Titles in the highest division (Crossroads and 3x Southern California, Windy City, Northern Lights and Music City).  In addition to the titles, her teams have finished in Bid positions (top 3) in the highest division another eight times.  In summer 2015, her girls 14-Rox team finished with the Bronze medal at Girls Junior National Championships and days later her Boys 16-Rox team finished just out of the medals at 5th. In 2016 she led the Boy’s 17-Rox team to a silver medal in the club division at Boy’s Junior National Championships. She is a highly respected coach in Arizona for both girls and boys and we are happy to have her train our athletes to compete at the highest level.
  • Playing Experience
    • Not only does Beth have honors as a coach, but was a highly decorated player.  As a prep athlete her team won the State Championship at Apollo High School in Glendale.  She was named first team All-State and received the Arizona Republic Player of the Year Honors.  As a college player she was named All-Conference all four years and as a senior was Conference Player of the Year at Arkansas State University.  Her teams won two Conference Championships and she helped take Arkansas State to their first ever postseason in 1989.  In 2012, she was an inductee into the Arkansas State University Hall of Honor (Only the 5th volleyball player to ever receive this honor at Arkansas State).  In the 2000’s her teams won the Arizona Region Women’s A/AA Championships four times and an additional four times as runner-up.  Her women’s teams have attended Adult National Championships six times all with top 10 finishes.