Kari has a Bachelor’s of Arts in Sport and Exercise Physiology from West Virginia University and a Master’s Degree in Physical Education from Azusa Pacific. Kari Post comes to CRC after head coaching the women’s Volleyball team at Pasadena Community College in 2015, where the team finished 21-5. She was Assistant Coach at Pasadena CC in 2013 and 2014. Kari was also the faculty advisor for the men’s Volleyball Club in 2015. In 2012, she was Assistant Coach at Citrus College.
Kari Post was a star volleyball player at Sutter Union High. A setter, Post earned CIF Northern Section MVP honors and helped Sutter to four consecutive league titles and three section championships. She earned a scholarship to West Virginia University and was a 4-year starter for the then Big East Conference Mountaineers. She finished as WVU's No. 3 all-time leader in set assists and graduated with a bachelor's degree in 2011. She went on to play on a professional team here in the United States, part of the Premier Volleyball League that started in 2012.
Kari comes from a family of coaches. Her grandmother is Carol Jean Bordsen, who was head volleyball and basketball coach at Yuba College from 1962-1985. Her mother is Thea Bordsen Post, who was head coach of Yuba's volleyball team from 1986-2005. The two elder Posts are in Yuba's Athletic Hall of Fame.
Kari has taught a variety of classes, including nutrition, health and fitness classes.
She is entering into her 4th season coaching for CRC.