RECORD

23-11 (3-2 IN REGION)

Region Runner-Up

1A Private State Sweet 16!

SCHEDULE

2021 SCHEDULE

ROSTER

# NAME GRADE HOMETOWN
16 Emily Church SR Clarkesville, GA
5/40 Evette Corwin SR Mt. Airy, GA
1 Allie Dalton SR Baldwin, GA
19 Nancy Fisher SR Clarkesville, GA
8 Marissa Gergeni SR Clayton, GA
18 Sarah Jennings JR Clarkesville, GA
7 Layne Kafsky JR Clarkesville, GA
2 Chloe Kahwach JR Cleveland, GA
24 Addy McCoy SO Cornelia, GA
3 Kitty Rodenas JR Spain
10 Alba Romanos Gracia SR Spain
6 Julianne Shirley SO Clarkesville, GA
12 Barrett Whitener SR Clayton, GA
MGR Keelie Parks JR Cornelia, GA
MGR Tanisha Seymour JR Bahamas
MGR Kate Trotter JR Cornelia, GA

HISTORY/RECORDS

SWEET 16: 2018 • 2020 • 2021 

State Playoffs: 2015 • 2016 • 2017 • 2018 • 2019 • 2020 • 2021 

Area/Region Runner-Up: 2018 • 2019 • 2020 • 2021

Program History/Records

NEXT LEVEL INDIANS

Abby Carlan ('21) - Truett McConnell University

Katy Corbett ('21) - Mercer University (Beach Volleyball)

FACILITIES

The varsity volleyball program plays home games in the Student Activity Center, which is located on the Middle School campus.

LINKS

Program "At a Glance" (PDF)

Order Team & Individual Photos

Order Action Photos

COACHES

Matt Heyl - Head Coach 
matt.heyl@tallulahfalls.org

Matt Heyl just finished his third season as head coach (72-53) of the Lady Indians volleyball program. Heyl took the program to unprecedented heights in 2018 with a record 31 wins and the school's first-ever Sweet 16 appearance, as well as first time finishing as runner-up in the region and a #10-state ranking. In 2019, the team won 22 matches, was ranked #7 in the state, and made the state playoffs for the fifth straight season, again finishing runner-up in region. The 2020 season saw TFS go back to the Sweet 16 and earn another region runner-up finish to go with 19 wins. Heyl has been with TFS for 12 years and serves as a math teacher at the Upper School. He has coached volleyball for over 25 years at multiple levels, including at the Division-II level in Sweden. His own playing career spans over 27 years, with much success in beach volleyball. While in college, he qualified for a professional beach tour along the east coast, and while playing indoor in Florida, was twice on a team that was ranked #1 twice and qualified for two national tournaments. Heyl has five children.