17 Elite - Head Coach
Coach David Tindal returns to PVA for his 6th coaching season.
court in his backyard and this is where heDavid began playing beach volleyball after graduating from Florida State University. An elementary school teacher, David spent fifteen years traveling around the state of Florida, playing beach volleyball tournaments during the summer. In order to train for tournaments, he built a professional sand met his wife, Kimberly. David and Kim coached the Freshman, JV, and Varsity teams at Deltona High School for five years. During this time they founded and coached for Deltona Volleyball Club. Their efforts resulted in a program that produced a 5 Star Conference Championship team with a 28-4 record. They won their district's regional championship and advanced to the Elite Eight, before losing to the eventual state champions.
Many of their former players have graduated college and are now coaching their own volleyball teams. David and Kim gave up coaching volleyball when their daughters were born, so they could devote their time to raising their children.
As their daughters grew older, David served as volunteer coach at the DeLand YMCA, before coaching an 11U volleyball team for Blazers. In the past 5 years at Power Volleyball Academy, David and Kim's teams have won 233 matches and lost 31.
17 Elite - Assistant Coach
Coach Kim Tindal returns to begin her 6th coaching season at PVA.
Kim played volleyball at Deltona High School, where she led her team to a Final Four appearance as a setter. When she began her teaching career at Galaxy Middle School, Kim started an after school volleyball program for her students. The following year she and her husband, David, took over the Freshman, JV, and Varsity teams at Deltona High School.
Throughout their time at Deltona High School they produced a 5 Star Conference Championship team with an overall record of 28-4 and a Junior Varsity team that finished 20-0. They also founded and coached for Deltona Volleyball Club. Many of their former players have since graduated college and several are coaching their own teams at the high school and club levels.
Kim and David decided to stop coaching when their daughters were born, so they could focus on raising their children. When their children expressed an interest in participating on a volleyball team they began volunteer coaching at the DeLand YMCA and then coached an 11U volleyball team for Blazers.
In the past 4 years at Power Volleyball Academy, David and Kim's teams have won 233 matches and lost 31.