Ma'Loni Doty (Club Director)
Ma'Loni Doty, owner of Fury, coaches multiple club teams as well as high school. She currently is the head coach for Florence High School. She has been coaching there for 15 years with the junior high and high school programs. She feels it is a privilege to be a coach for the Lady Falcons. Whom just finished with an outstanding season! Falcons wrapped up an impressive 29-2 record (undefeated conference), earned an all conference title, took hardware home for an undefeated District and Divisional championship, placed 4th at State and last but not least she was blessed to coach four all state players this season. She feels every season gets better and better! She has coached boys and girls from ages 8-18 through club and school ball. Her love of coaching started as a sports counselor for the YMCA and has progressed into programs such as junior high, high school, college courses and club ball. Ma'Loni's experience include coaching and organizing private lessons, clinics, camps, and tournaments. Ma'Loni's accomplishments have included state placements in the top three in the state as well as 8th grade championships. She is a mother of three wonderful daughters. She feels blessed to be a role model for the young women of our community. She will continue to educate herself through clinics and experiences on and off the court to better prepare herself with the ever changing sport of volleyball!
Jereme Doty has been coaching the past five years with Fury and the Lady Falcons. Previous to that, he coached volleyball at Valley Christian HS and Soccer with the Lady Broncs. His time with Hamilton included in an epic State title. Jereme started playing organized volleyball in Southern California as a child on the court and beach. He continues his love of the sport by playing for adult open leagues as well as local state tournaments. Jereme is committed to the progression of volleyball in the state of Montana! He loves seeing kids become players and players becoming a TEAM!
Christy Duchien has an extensive volleyball background. She attended and played volleyball for the University of Montana Western as a middle blocker while earning a degree in both elementary education and PE/Health. From there Christy coached high school as well as middle school in Oregon before moving back to Montana. Since then Christy has taught in Corvallis and coached intermittently at the high school and middle school levels. She currently is teaching and coaching at Florence. This will be Christy's second year coaching club for the Fury family. She is also very involved in her sports family as her husband is a high school football coach and her two sons play a variety of sports.
Sydney is a senior at the University of Montana where she is studying to become a high school history teacher. She has been passionate about volleyball since a young age. Coming from Lewistown, MT, Sydney played four years for Fergus High School where she helped her team win two Class A State Championships her junior and senior years. During her time in Lewistown, Sydney also played four years of U18s club volleyball before moving onto coaching a season of both middle school and U14s club volleyball. Sydney loves working with kids and helping them reach their full potential. She is more than excited to join the Fury family and expects a FUN and successful season.
Jen is a senior at the University of Montana where she is studying exercise science in preparation of becoming a physical therapist after attending the PT school at UM. Jen has played volleyball since 5th grade. Knowing that she loved it from a young age, she played for the club team in Bozeman for five seasons, and played at Bozeman High School while she was there. She was on varsity two of the seasons. Jen helped coach girls during the summer for the high school's volleyball camps. While at the UM, Jen plays intramural volleyball as well. Jen loves the game of volleyball and can't wait to coach so that girls can learn to love the game as well. She is excited to join the Fury family this year! It's going to be a good season!
Jordan is currently a student at Missoula College where she continues her education as a pre-nursing major. She played 4 years of volleyball during her high school career; four years varsity, two years captain, and two years all-confrence. Jordan played most positions in her earlier years and finished as a setter her junior and senior years. Jordan also played club ball with the Fury family and enjoyed every minute of it! Commitment, teamwork, developing skills, and having fun are Jordan's goals for the upcoming season and she looks forward to being a part of the Fury family once again with a new role.
Taylor has been involved in a volleyball arena for 9 years. She played Libero at Florence High School for four years, 2 of which was team Captain. In the off season she played with the Montana Volleyball Academy as a Libero and Setter. Currently, she coaches at Loyola Sacred Heart High School and St. Joseph's Middle School where shes given the opportunity to coach the fundamentals of the game to middle and high school girls. She prides herself on having teams work together to achieve a common goal and the importance of building character with these young ladies. She's looking forward to a successful Fury season!
Rhandy comes from Superior, MT where she played 4 years on the Superior High School varsity volleyball team. She also played 4 years of club ball, 3 of those years were on the Fury club team. Rhandy played a season as a medical redshirt for Walla Walla Community College. She comes from an athletic family. In her family of 6, all 6 were collegiate athletes. Most of her family also coaches (Dad and brother coached basketball, Mom and sister coached volleyball). Rhandy played every position in high school and has good knowledge on each position.
Madison Winz is a product of Big Sky High School in Missoula MT. She was a multi letter player and the captain of her team. She played volleyball for four years, three on varsity. She earned the coaches award for hardest worker, most consistent, and most inspirational. Maddi also played four years for Fury Volleyball Club where she learned from some of the best coaches. Throughout her years of playing she always knew she had a passion for the game of volleyball and realized there is no better way to give back than to coach in her local community. This brings her to her third year coaching for the Fury Sports Program, she is excited to share her talents and give back to others so they can grow in the volleyball world. Congratulations on being a part of such an amazing program and welcome to the Fury Family!!