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Katie Goldhahn

Head Coach

Coach Katie GoldhahnHead coach Katie Goldhahn was a member of the Stanford women's volleyball team from 2002-2006 where she won a national championship in 2004, was runner-up in 2002, and captained her team in 2005. She also received Pac-10 All-Academic Women's Honorable Mention in 2002, 2003, 2004, and 2005.

Katie served as an assistant coach for San Jose State University where she also taught in the kinesiology department and she coached numerous prestigious club volleyball programs in the Bay Area. Most recently, Katie co-founded a new club program, Pacific Coast Volleyball Club in her hometown of Lodi, California. Katie has achieved great success coaching at the club level taking multiple teams to the USAVB Junior National Championships and AAU Championships. She has also coached and taught at Modesto Christian and Excel Academy and the San Joaquin County Office of Education.

"I am humbled to be given this opportunity to work at CSM amongst such talented administration, staff, and coaches. Being able to build a program is a rarity, I'm thrilled to begin. I look forward to connecting with my Bay Area volleyball friends, mentors and fellow coaches, and am committed to finding the best talent in the area to be a part of this special program at CSM. My philosophy is simple: create a hard-working, prideful program by developing young women on the court, in the classroom, and beyond. My student-athletes will leave the Bulldog program knowing the values they learn here will also equip them for life after college."

Nicole Rathman

Assistant Coach

Nicole RathmanNicole is the daughter of former 2 time Super Bowl champion and 49ers Hall of Famer Tom Rathman. She was born and raised in Redwood City, California where she spent 2 years at Notre Dame Belmont High School . After her Sophomore year her family relocated to Detroit, Michigan where Nicole finished her high school career at Bloomfield Hills Lahser High School. Following her high school career Nicole was recruited to play volleyball at San Diego State University and was also recruited to play college basketball at St. John's and chose to accept a volleyball scholarship at SDSU but due to an injury had to give up playing the sport she loved. She then went into coaching and spent 7 years at Sacred Heart Prep in Atherton, California  and took their varsity program to 2 State Title matches and won 3 CCS Title matches in 5 years. Before jumping on board with the CSM Women's Volleyball program, Nicole spent 4 years at Mercy Burlingame High School in Burlingame, California