13-1 Green - Head Coach
Coach Fun Facts
- Bicentennial high school graduate
- Attended 32 consecutive United States Bowling Congress Championships
- Went to college at 28 and he took 8 years going part-time to graduate
- Has a dog (Rosie)
- Has bowled a 300 and hit a hole in one golfing
This season (2023-2024) Eloy Rodriguez is the head coach for Roots Volleyball’s top 13s team – 13-1 Green.
Last season (2022-2023) Eloy Rodriguez was the head coach for Roots Volleyball’s top 13s team – 13 Green. 13 Green competed at USAV Girls’ Junior Nationals in the American division in Minneapolis, MN after earning a bid at Lone Star Regionals. 13 Green had a great showing and a top 25 finish. 13 Green also earned a top 5 finish at the Salt Lake City Showdown National Qualifier, going 8-1. The previous season (2021-2022) Eloy Rodriguez served as the head coach for 14 Under Armour Blue. He led his team to a 43-15 season record. Serving played a huge part in the team’s success – as a team they served almost 90% on the season. The season highlight was finishing 8-1 at the Sunshine Classic National Qualifier in Orlando, Florida with a 5th place finish.
The season before (2020-2021) Eloy served as the head coach for 14 Under Armour Blue. In 2019-2020, Eloy served as the head coach for 14 Black and the season before (2018-2019) he served as the head coach for 12 HCI Black. Previously (2017-2018) Eloy served as the head coach for 13 Under Armour. The season before (2016-2017) Eloy coached his team, 14 Black, to moved up in the regional rankings from 108th to 52nd because of their high level of play throughout the season. The season highlight was winning Lone Star Regionals (non-bid division) in Houston by going undefeated (8-0) on the weekend.
Eloy has been a volleyball coach, private lesson instructor, and certified TASO officiate/referee for 19 years. Eloy served 6 seasons as the head middle school coach at Hill Country Christian School of Austin. Another 3 seasons as the top middle school coach at Hyde Park. In 2023, Eloy will be the top middle school coach at Valor. In early 2016, Eloy earned a CAP I Certification from USA Volleyball. The four cornerstones of the USA Coaching Accreditation Program are coaching with integrity, education, commitment, and enthusiasm.
Eloy’s expertise is in developing the core skills for young athletes. His style of coaching brings encouragement, confidence, and positive results to his players and their family members. Prior to joining Roots Volleyball, Eloy coached three years with Austin Metro Volleyball Club.
Eloy’s interest in volleyball began several years ago when he participated in recreational volleyball and subsequently began playing more competitively. He enjoyed both USVBA indoor and sand tournaments and gained interest in club ball when his daughter began playing in school, club, and intramural volleyball leagues.
You can count on his coaching style to be open and honest. His focus will be to blend techniques, practical knowledge, and strategy. Together, these will help provide a foundation for continued player development.
Eloy is married and has two children and 4 grandchildren. He is a graduate of Concordia Lutheran College in Austin and is a Supply Chain Manager for Flex, Inc. In addition to volleyball, Eloy enjoys a variety of other sports such as golf, bowling, running, and playing with his grandson, Nathaniel. This is Eloy’s 17th season coaching with the Roots Volleyball family.