About Addie

Addie Hauschild-Willis Volleyball Training

Addie Hauschild-WillisAddie Hauschild-Willis is currently an independent trainer and skills developer.  She spent 8 years as the Assistant coach for UC Davis Women's volleyball and is a former U.S. National Team member and University of the Pacific All-American.   

Although a middle blocker as a collegiate player, Hauschild-Willis earned a spot as a libero on the U.S. National Team in 2002. In addition to her two-year stint with Team USA, she also played for the Minnesota Chill of the U.S. Professional Volleyball League, earning Libero of the Year honors in 2001. Hauschild-Willis has since retained her ties with USA Volleyball, serving on staffs for Youth and Junior National Team camps and as a training coach at the National Team open tryout in Colorado Springs.

Originally from Sacramento, Calif. and Hiram Johnson High School West Campus, Hauschild-Willis enjoyed an outstanding career at Pacific before embarking on her professional and National Team career. She earned first-team AVCA All-Region and All-Big West Conference honors in 1996 and 1997, after capturing second-team nods as a sophomore in 1995.

Hauschild-Willis also earned Big West Freshman of the Year recognition in 1994, the same season Volleyball Monthly named her to its All-America squad. She finished her Tiger career with 955 kills, a .304 hitting average, 116 aces, 1003 digs and 505 blocks. Through 2005, Hauschild-Willis continues to rank among Pacific's all-time top 10 in hitting percentage and total blocks. She earned her B.A. degree in sports sciences from University of the Pacific in 1998. 

In 2010, Hauschild-Willis' collegiate career was honored with her induction into the Pacific Athletics Hall of Fame.

Before departing UC Davis as it's Assistant Coach acting as recruiting coordinator, camp director and skills coach, Addie saw the Aggie's through many D1 milestone successes.  Among those:

-their first 20 win season in 2009
-receiving Top 25 votes in 2011
-8 All Big West Conference players
-6 BigWest Conference Players of the Week
-2 National Players of the week
-1 Strength and Conditioning All-American
-4 players turned professional
-wins vs. Top 25 ranked teams