Women's Volleyball Coaching Staff
LaDeane has been an adjunct instructor at Columbia College for the Health and Human Performance Department since 2014. She has a B.S. in Kinesiology from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo and M.S.S. in Sport Administration from the United States Sports Academy. She has taught Women's Varsity Volleyball, Fitness Maintenance for the Physically Limited, Adaptive Physical Education, and Lifelong Health and Fitness. Prior to Columbia, she taught Physical Education at Sonora High School and coached volleyball at Central Catholic High School. LaDeane has been the Head Coach for the Columbia College Claim Jumper Women’s Volleyball since 2019. She is excited to build a program with a hard-working, fun group of student-athletes. Hansten strives to provide an atmosphere where student-athletes have the support to maintain the life/work/school balance they need in order to pursue their higher education goals while continuing to compete in and enjoy playing volleyball. She and her husband, Jeff, have two boys: Cody and Dalton.
Kameryn was raised in Tuolumne, CA and attended Summerville Elementary school. She started playing club volleyball in the 6th grade, where she began playing as an outside hitter. While attending Summerville High School she continued to play. In 2012, she graduated from Summerville and went on to play for Columbia College for two years. In her third year, while studying Fire Science at Columbia College, she was offered a position as the Assistant Coach for the Claim Jumpers Volleyball team. She intends to finish her degree in Emergency Medical Services, while continuing to help out with the volleyball program. She has enjoyed her opportunity to continue being a part of the Columbia College Volleyball program.