Head Volleyball Coach Terri Wade is in her 3rd season at The Woodlands High School, leading the Lady Highlanders to the Regional Finals both her first seasons.  Last season the Lady Highlanders posted a record of 40-8 overall and 8-2 in district.

Prior to assuming leadership of the TWHS Program, Coach Wade was the Head Coach for the Montgomery High School Lady Bears from 2008 – June 2015. As the Head Coach at Montgomery, Coach Wade guided the Lady Bears to the UIL State Playoffs in each of her first seven seasons.

Coach Wade is from Hallsville, Texas.  At Hallsville High School, Coach Wade was an all-around athlete competing in volleyball, softball, basketball and track.  Coach Wade was an all-state selection in both volleyball and softball.

After High School, Coach Wade attended Henderson State University in Arkadelphia, Arkansas on a volleyball scholarship.  Coach Wade was a four-year starter for the Reddies’ volleyball team as an outside hitter.  Coach Wade earned her Masters degree in Sports Administration at Henderson State while serving as a graduate assistant coach under legendary coach Rhonda Thigpen.

Coach Wade began her coaching career as the New Caney softball coach before moving to be assistant volleyball coach at Conroe High School.  Coach Wade became the Head Volleyball Coach at Montgomery in 2008 and has coached several players who have played Division 1 Volleyball.  The Lady Bears advanced to the Regional Tournament twice, advancing to the Regional Finals in 2009.

Coach Wade is married to the new Woodlands High School swimming coach, Jeremy Wade, whom she met when both were attending Henderson State.  The Wade’s are the parents of two children, son Jett, six, and daughter Tatum, four.

Coaches Jeremy Wade (Swimming) and Terri Wade (Volleyball) with their son Jett and daughter Tatum

​LADY HIGHLANDER COACHES


Coach Rascoe graduated from The Woodlands High School in 2009. During her time  at TWHS Coach Rascoe played 4 years of softball.

 After TWHS, Coach Rascoe attended Angelina College where she played 2 years of softball. Roscoe finished college at Sam Houston and majored in History with a minor in Secondary Education.  

Coach Rascoe's teaching and coaching career began at Hudson high school. she spent 2 years there coaching softball and basketball. 


"My parents still reside in The Woodlands. My older sister, Sidney, is married with two precious twin one year olds. Shelbie, a 2016 TWHS grad, attends A&M Galveston".


"I decided to coach and teach mostly for the same reasons. Growing up I was not the smartest in the classroom and I wasn't the best on the field BUT I had teachers and coaches who motivated me to be better. They taught me that hard work, a positive attitude, and a kind spirit can get you a really long way. Most importantly, they taught me how to be a better human being. Since high school, I knew that I wanted to impact young people in the same manner than certain coaches and teachers impacted me".

Coach Champion graduated from Montgomery High School in 2011 and played four years of volleyball, one year of softball, and two years of track at Montgomery HS.

Coach Champion then began her college career at East Texas Baptist University. At the end of her first college season, Champion suffered a shoulder injury and transferred to McNeese State University. After sitting out and recovering Coach Champion walked on the volleyball team.   Coach Champion ended her college career as a volunteer assistant coach at McNeese while she was student teaching. Coach Champion graduated from McNeese in December of 2015 with a Bachelors in Health and Human Performance specializing in education.

This will be Coach Champion's second year teaching and fourth year coaching. "I am thrilled to start my career at TWHS. I am teaching special education and coaching volleyball and track. My parents Joey and Shelley Champion still reside in Montgomery County. I have twin brothers, Austin is currently attending Stephen F Austin University and Brandon works in the Woodlands. I also have a sister named Kaylee who is a junior at Oak Ridge High School".

"One of the coolest parts about me teaching and coaching at the Woodlands is that I get to coach under Coach Wade who was my high school coach. Not many people get the opportunity to do that. Along with most teachers and coaches, I went into the profession because of the coaches and teachers that inspired me along the way. I can’t wait to give back to my students what my teachers and coaches have given to me".

From Left to Right:  Coach Randi Rascoe, Coach Rachel Robertson, Head Coach Terri Wade, Coach Stormi Champion

Freshmen Green Coach

​Randi Rascoe


Freshman Red Coach

​Stormi Champion


Assistant Varsity Coach\JV Coach

​Rachel Robertson


Head Coach Terri Wade


Coach Rachel Robertson is in her second year at the TWHS volleyball program as the 1st assistant and junior varsity coach. 


Prior to joining the TWHS program, Coach Robertson was head of the junior high volleyball program at Clark Junior High in Princeton, TX for 2 seasons.  


Coach Robertson is from Princeton, Texas. At Princeton High School, Coach Robertson participated in many sports including volleyball, track and field, powerlifting, and soccer. Coach Robertson was an all-state section in volleyball, and holds her high school record for the high jump at 5'6.

 
After High School, Coach Robertson attended Texas A&M University - Commerce in Commerce, Texas. Coach Robertson was a four-year starter for the Lions as a middle blocker, and saw a year of action high jumping for the track team. Coach Robertson majored in Psychology and is pursuing a masters degree in Counseling.


While in her Lion uniform Coach Robertson was a three time All-Lone Star Conference selection, Offensive Player of the year her senior year, two time All-Academic team, named The LSC Female Scholar athlete for A&M Commerce, back to back recipient of the Lib Huggins Female Athlete of the Year for A&M Commerce, and nominated for NCAA Woman of the Year. Coach Robertson finished her career with 1,359 kills, currently ranked fourth in program history.