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Kellogg Community College


Media Guide KELLOGG
Team Photo

Front Row (L to R): Erin Aerts, Avrey Sullivan, Mackenzie Leson, Miranda McDonald, and Baylee Hayes.

Back Row (L to R): Assistant Coach Brad Myers, Kimberly Kusler, Emily Delmotte, Ashley Morris,

Kealey O’Day, Breanna Eddy, Olivia Smith, and Head Coach Tom VanWienen.



3 Mackenzie Leson DS 5’3” SO Battle Creek / Harper Creek
4 Breanna Eddy OH 5’7” FR Coldwater / Coldwater
6 Kimberly Kusler MH 5’7” FR Battle Creek / Harper Creek
7 Miranda McDonald DS 5’4” SO Schoolcraft / Schoolcraft
8 Erin Aerts OH 5’8” FR Mattawan / Mattawan
9 Kealey O’Day S 5’8” FR Kalamazoo / Galesburg-Augusta
11 Avrey Sullivan DS 5’5” FR Homer / Homer
13 Baylee Hayes DS/RS 5’7” SO Battle Creek / Harper Creek
15 Ashley Morris RS 5’10 SO Battle Creek / Harper Creek
19 Olivia Smith OH 5’7” FR Thousand Oaks, CA/Thousand Oaks
21 Emily Delmotte MH 5’10” FR Marshall / Marshall
Meet the Coaches

Head Coach
Tom VanWienen
Coach VanWienen enters his 2nd year as the head coach at Kellogg Community College.
He is no stranger to the volleyball world. Coach VanWienen comes to KCC after 15 years of
coaching volleyball in high school. After successful stints at Pennfield and Climax-Scotts
High Schools, he has amassed close to 500 high school wins that rank him in the top 25
winningest high school coaches in the state of Michigan.

Coach VanWienen also has over 20 years coaching AAU club volleyball at the local and
national level. His AAU success is highlighted with winning the Asics Junior Championship
in 2012 and many local and regional tournaments.

Coach VanWienen is excited in following in the footsteps of collegiate Hall of Fame Bruin
volleyball coaches Mick Haley and John Knott. His goals are to return the Bruins to being
competitive on the court and back to the top ranks in the league. When he is not coaching
volleyball, he enjoys time with his family. He has been married to Jonna for over 14 years
and has two daughters; Allison, age 11 and Kate, age 10.

Assistant Coach
Brad Myers
Coach Myers enters his 15th year as an assistant coach for the Lady Bruins Volleyball team.
Brad coached 8 years under the NJCAA Hall of Fame coach John Knott and returned to the
Bruins as an assistant 7 years ago. His experience in coaching makes him an important
part of the volleyball team with the recruitment of superior student-athletes to the Bruin

Coach Myers lives in the Battle Creek area. He also has duties within the KCC Athletic
Department as the NJCAA Statistical supervisor and his CDL driver’s license makes him
invaluable to the Bruins across all our athletic programs when traveling.

Coach Greene starts her 2nd year as an assistant volleyball coach for the Bruins. She is
a native to the Battle Creek area. She graduated from Galesburg-Augusta High School
in 2010. She attended Northern Michigan University on a volleyball scholarship before
Assistant Coach returning to the area to play volleyball and basketball for KCC. After KCC she finished her
volleyball playing career at Northwood University.
Chelsea Greene
Coach Greene has five years of volleyball coaching experience. She has experience
coaching for area AAU volleyball clubs: Redline, Mid-Michigan, and Michigan Elite. She
has coached all ages but most recently has been coaching the 18U team for Michigan Elite.
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Strength & Conditioning
Meet the Athletes

3 Mackenzie Leson
Hometown Battle Creek, MI
High School Harper Creek High School
High School Honors 4 yr. Varsity Athlete, Captain,
Coaches Award, Defense Player of the Year
Hobbies Traveling, photography, and working out
Role Model My grandfather – Mike Leson Jr.
Parents Wendy Leson & Mike Leson III

4 Breanna Eddy
Hometown Coldwater, MI
High School Coldwater High School
High School Honors Captain of basketball and volleyball, honor
roll 4 yrs., All-Conference in track, Best Defensive Player in Basketball,
Most Improved in Soccer
Hobbies Sports and spending time with friends
Role Model My parents and brother
Parents Michael and Anna Eddy

6 Kimberly Kusler
Hometown Battle Creek, MI
High School Harper Creek High School
High School Honors Academic All-State 3yrs., All-
Conference Senior Yr., All-Region Senior Yr. Queen of
the Court 2016
Hobbies Beach Volleyball, spending time with friends
Role Model Mother Chris Kusler
Parents Mark and Chris Kusler
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Meet the Athletes

7 Miranda McDonald
Hometown Schoolcraft, MI
High School Schoolcraft High School
High School Honors All-Conference Honorable Mention, NHS,
Valedictorian, Summa Cum Laude
Hobbies Sand volleyball
Role Model My parents and brother
Parents Brian and Sonjia McDonald

8 Erin Aerts
Hometown Mattawan
High School Mattawan High School
High School Honors Magna Cum Laude, Captain of
Golf Team, MVP of Golf Team, MVP of Tennis Team, All-
Conference Honorable Mention of Golf Team
Hobbies Volleyball, tennis and golf
Role Model My parents
Parents Craig and Tamara Aerts

9 Kealey O’Day
Hometown Kalamazoo, MI
High School Galesburg-Augusta High School
High School Honors All-Conference Honorable Mention,
All-Conference 1st Team, and High Honor Roll 4 yrs.
Hobbies Beach volleyball, hiking, and going to the beach
Role Model Parents, Brother & Sister in-law
Parents Scott and Ann O’Day
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11 Avrey Sullivan
Hometown Homer, MI
High School Homer High School
High School Honors Softball Honorable Mention 2yrs.,
Academic All-Conference, MVP, Captain Volleyball Honorable
Mention 2yrs., Academic All-Conference, Captain
Hobbies Sports, spending time with family and friends
Role Model My Grandparents – Bob & Judy Cascarelli.
Parents Kelly and Erin Sullivan

13 Baylee Hayes
Hometown Battle Creek, MI
High School Harper Creek High School
High School Honors Academic All-State
Hobbies Knitting and bumble bees
Role Model My older sisters
Parents John Hayes and Vicky Tuyls

15 Ashley Morris
Hometown Battle Creek, MI
High School Harper Creek High School
High School Honors Coaches Award 2013
Hobbies Working
Role Model My mother
Parents Angela Morris
Jack Pearl’s Team Sports
Jack Pearl’s celebrates over 50 years in the team sporting goods
business. The company was founded in Battle Creek by Jack and
Nancy Pearl. Our focus has always been servicing the High School,
College and Recreational Team market. Your support has allowed
us to expand from a small retail storefront on Calhoun Street to a
large facility in Downtown Battle Creek. We have three full-time 26 W. Michigan
school salesmen, supported by an experienced and caring staff.
We have in-house screen printing, superior embroidery service Battle Creek, MI 49017
and a commitment to meeting your deadlines.
Meet the Athletes

19 Olivia Smith
Hometown Thousand Oaks, CA
High School Thousand Oaks High School
High School Honors MVP Junior yr.
Hobbies Singing and beach volleyball
Role Model Daly Santana
Parents Chris and Staci Smith

21 Emily Delmotte
Hometown Marshall, MI
High School Marshall High School
High School Honors Captain, MVP of Team,
All-State Honorable Mention, Academic All-
Conference, All-Area, All-Region.
Hobbies Working and playing sports
Role Model Sal Konkle
Parents Pete and Ann Delmotte

Appearances and Titles

Conference Championships
1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1991, 1992, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003,
2004, 2005, 2007
State Championships
1999, 2003
Regional Championships
1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004
National Championships
1978, 1979, 1980
National Championship Finishes
1977-8th place, 1996-5th place, 1997-5th place,
1999-6th place, 2000-3rd place, 2001-5th place,
2003-4th place, 2004-4th place

Athletic Scholarships

Athletic Scholarships are available under NJCAA rules. We at KCC follow these regulations to the letter.
For more information on availability of athletic scholarships please contact the head coach directory or call
the Athletic Department at 269.965.4151


Kellogg Community College is part of the Michigan Community College Athletic
Association (MCCAA) - Western Conference. We are also a member of the National
Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) - Region 12.
2015 MCCAA Volleyball Standings
Western Conference

School MCCAA Record Overall Record
Lansing 12-2 24-13
Grand Rapids 11-3 19-11
Muskegon 10-4 25-17
Kalamazoo Valley 9-5 17-12
Jackson 7-7 15-19
Ancilla 3-11 11-20
Lake Michigan 3-11 8-24
Kellogg 1-13 4-24

2015 Kellogg Volleyball Statistics
Overall Statistics 4-24 record

Crawford 93 275 2.96 160 884 .130 6 0.06 28 0.30 215 2.31 9 26 35 0.38 325.0 3.5
Boyd 92 139 1.51 98 501 .082 4 0.04 15 0.16 98 1.07 15 30 45 0.49 184.0 2.0
Morris 84 103 1.23 63 331 .121 29 0.35 0 0.00 12 0.14 9 31 40 0.48 127.5 1.5
Day 94 91 0.97 54 351 .105 2 0.02 1 0.01 7 0.41 13 26 39 0.41 118.0 1.3
Hayes 46 27 0.59 19 107 .075 2 0.04 2 0.04 23 0.50 2 3 5 0.11 32.5 0.7
House 89 25 0.28 12 139 0.94 291 3.27 30 0.34 148 1.66 0 5 5 0.06 57.5 0.6
McDonald 90 15 0.17 20 95 -.053 355 3.94 8 0.09 135 1.50 2 1 3 0.03 25.5 0.3
Lenz 91 7 0.08 11 64 -.063 5 0.05 13 0.14 137 1.51 0 0 0 0.00 20.0 0.2
Martinovich 54 3 0.06 1 19 .105 0 0.00 8 0.15 77 1.43 0 0 0 0.00 11.0 0.2
Leson 94 4 0.04 7 68 -.044 5 0.05 10 0.11 225 2.39 0 0 0 0.00 14.0 0.1

Totals 94 749 7.97 498 2802 .090 701 7.46 115 1.22 1086 11.55 52 127 116 1.23 979.5 10.4
Opponent 94 1081 11.50 393 2706 .254
1024 10.89 181 1.93 1575 16.76 118 153 195 2.07 1456.5 15.5

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2015 Kellogg Post Season Awards

NJCAA Award of Exemplary Academic Achievement Academic All-Conference
(GPA between 3.600-3.799 with at least 24 hours passed) (at least a 3.0 GPA with at least 24 hours passed)
Miranda McDonald Grace Crawford
Kenya House
Academic All-MCCAA Mackenzie Leson
(at least a 3.2 GPA with at least 24 hours passed) Jessica Martinovich
Grace Crawford Miranda McDonald
Kenya House
Mackenzie Leson All-Western Conference 2nd Team
Jessica Martinovich Grace Crawford
Miranda McDonald

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K E L LO G G C O M M U N I T Y C O L L E G E |
Season Schedule 2016
Media Guide
Date Opponent Site Time
AUG. 13 Lake Michigan College (Scrimmage) (A) 10:00 am
25 Mott Community College (A) 6:30 pm
30 *Ancilla College (A) 6:30 pm
2-3 Owens Community College Tournament (A) TBA
6 *Jackson College (A) 6:30 pm
13 *Kalamazoo Valley Community College (A) 6:30 pm
20 *Grand Rapids Community College (A) 6:30 pm
29 *ANCILLA COLLEGE (H) 6:30 pm
OCT. 1-2 Grand Rapids Community College Tournament (A) TBA
4 *Lake Michigan College (A) 6:30 pm
6 *JACKSON COLLEGE (H) 6:30 pm
11 *Lansing Community College (A) 6:30 pm
12 Grace Bible College JV (A) 6:00 pm
18 *Glen Oaks Community College (A) 6:30 pm
25 *Muskegon Community College (A) 6:30 pm
NOV. 4-6 Region XII District Tournament (A) TBA

17-18 NJCAA National Championships (A) TBA

* Indicates League Matches