Breanne (Bre) Hutchins is Vegas born and raised. She attended Basic High School and studied psychology at CSN and UNLV. Basketball was Bre’s first sport but only until she stumbled upon volleyball her freshman year, her love of the game has only grown since then.
Bre has been coaching volleyball for 6 years at Vegas Pulse, Vegas Elite and the last 2 years with Sykora Academy. Bre also does specialty training and conditioning clinics. She is a wellness advocate, weight-loss specialist, life and mental health coach, and yoga instructor.
In her spare time Bre designs jewelry, enjoys working out, hiking, playing volleyball, and reading.
Development & Program Director
Stacy is a Two-time All American Outside Hitter, Three-time Olympian, silver medalist and is the first ever US Libero; considered one of the best to ever play the position. Stacy's dynamic play over her 15+ year professional career has earned her fans worldwide, plus countless awards, including best libero and best defender in the world.
After a tragic bus accident ended her career as a professional athlete, Stacy has been coaching and motivating others by sharing her experience and amazing story. She has had recent stints coaching the US Junior and Youth National Teams and continues to work with USA Volleyball supporting camps and tryouts. Stacy is passionate about changing lives and sharing her love for the sport of volleyball.
Stacy has played volleyball professionally in Italy, Russian, Spain and Brazil, learning the language in each. She loves music and art and spends her free time creating and living in-concert.
Sara is a practicing attorney of nearly 30 years, focusing on healthcare and environmental law. She moved to Las Vegas from Miami, FL 23 years ago where she raised three children with her husband Billy. Sara's passion for volleyball developed over the past 10 years as her youngest pursued the sport and now heads to college to continue her career. Sara has a love for the outdoors and hikes and bikes regularly.
Sara saw a unique opportunity with Stacy Sykora to grow the sport of volleyball in Las Vegas by establishing a healthy and positive environment for other young athletes to thrive.