Robyn Romansky

Renee Johnson

Romansky worked with the Texas A&M University Volleyball Team as an assistant coach for the 2004-2009 volleyball seasons. She joined the Aggie coaching staff after returning from the Olympic Games in Athens and completing a 3 year tenure with the USA Women’s Volleyball Team. She was part of a staff that led the United States to a number one world ranking heading into the Olympics. Robyn helped the team achieve a first place finish at the 2001 Grand Prix, a silver medal finish at the 2002 World Championships, and a third place finish and Olympic qualification at the 2003 World Cup. She was the assistant coach of the 2003 USA Mexicali Centennial Cup Team and the 2004 USA Pan-American Cup Team that gained the USA Team a spot in the 2005 World Grand Prix with their bronze medal finish. Most recently, Romansky was an assistant coach for the USA Girls Youth National Team which won the bronze medal at the 2012 High Performance Championships in Des Moines, IA.

A former University of Georgia outside hitter and Blinn College volleyball player/All-American, Johnson coached for two seasons as an assistant for the Blinn College Buccaneers. An outside hitter for Blinn in 2004 and 2005, Renee was named an NJCAA First Team All-American and Region XIV Player of the Year. She was also selected to the All-Tournament team at the national tournament and the Region XIV All-Academic team.

Thereafter, she was a two-year starter for the Georgia Bulldogs and in her senior year ranked in the top ten of the SEC in both service aces and in digs. She earned a degree in Family and Consumer Sciences in May 2009 from Georgia. She followed her sister into coaching and is also a certified personal trainer.

Credit: Brandon Nance