Katie Moskowitz is a former NCAA collegiate head volleyball coach and serves as the Executive Director of Colorado RoughRiders Volleyball Club. With a background in teaching, Katie believes in the importance of educating all athletes in what it means to be a well-rounded student-athlete. At RoughRiders volleyball, team and hard work are the key foundations to helping develop each individual, so they can reach their full potential both on and off the court.
Katie has coached at both the Collegiate and High School levels. She understands the process in which it takes to play at the next level and has been an experienced college volleyball recruiter. Katie coached the Adams State Grizzlies to the RMAC West Division Championship in 2003. She has coached All-Conference and Hall of Fame volleyball players. Katie holds a Bachelor of Science in Social Studies from Black Hills State University and a Masters in Exercise Sport Science from Adams State.
Katie is married to Mike Moskowitz. Mike is the Executive Director of RoughRider Basketball and former collegiate head men’s basketball coach. Katie and Mike have two boys, Myles (18) and Elliot (16).
“It is an exciting time for volleyball in the Boulder and North Denver area. What the facilities and amenities can provide all encompassed in one location has been long overdue. With five volleyball courts to call home, sports specific performance training, private lessons, physical therapy, nutritionists and sports psychologists all in one building, this is the future of club volleyball in Colorado.”
Director of Coaching/Club Development
Ryan Glavor joins RoughRiders Volleyball as our Director of Coaching and Club Development. A native of Maui, Hawaii, Glavor has been playing and studying volleyball for over 13 years. While attending Seabury Hall High School in Makawao, HI Glavor lettered in five sports including Football, Soccer, Canoe Racing, Track & Field, and Volleyball. During his senior year as a setter for the Spartans, Glavor assisted the team to reach a regular-season division title, a divisional tournament title as well as a silver medal in the state tournament finishing the season 19-2. Glavor played collegiate volleyball for the University of Colorado Men’s Club program playing both Libero and Setter. The Buffs finished well within the top 25 at the NCVF National tournament in 2012 and 2013 finishing 7th divisionally in 2013. His team took 5th divisionally at the National Collegiate tournament during the 2014 season as well as a Silver Division Title in Las Vegas open in the same year. During the 2015 season, Glavor and the Buffaloes took first in both the Colorado Open (Hosted by the Colorado School of Mines) as well as the University of Colorado Invitational (Hosted by UCCS) and finished 3rd in Conference play. Glavor began his coaching career as a high school player on Maui aiding multiple volleyball clubs with camps and clinics. In 2013 Glavor became the Technical Coordinator for the University of Colorado, Boulder Varsity program where he was in charge of all statistical and video analysis. He took on his own club team in 2014 with the former TCA Colorado program. Glavor then moved over to BAC Volleyball Club for 2015. Also in 2015 Glavor served as the first assistant for the women’s collegiate club program at CU Boulder.
During the 2016 season, Glavor helped the Buffs reach a top 10 ranking nationally finishing 7th at the NCVF National Collegiate Tournament. In the fall of 2016, Glavor took over as the Head Coach of the men’s club program at CU. He spent two years as the head coach before taking over the women’s club program for the 2018 season.