Phil Herro will be entering his fourth season as the head women's volleyball coach at RVCC in the Fall of 2018. In 2016, he led the Lions in the transition to a full intercollegiate team after participating as a club team in 2015. In 2017 the Lions were runner-up in the Region XIX championship and earned the schools first ever Garden State Athletic Conference Championship.
In addition to being the head women's volleyball coach, Herro is the head women's basketball coach and recruiting coordinator. He resides in Bound Brook, NJ.
Kelsie Fleming is entering her third season as assistant coach for the Lions Volleyball team in the Fall of 2018. In her first season as RVCC’s assistant she made an immediate impact as the Lions improved from 4-10 to 20-2 under her guidance. Coach Fleming helped the Lions capture their first ever Garden State Athletic Conference Championship in school history as well as Region XIX Runner-Ups in her inaugural campaign. Fleming followed up her first successful season with another GSAC Championship, marking the first time an RVCC team has won back to back championships since the 2001 season. Fleming is a great instructional coach and the results were evident in her players’ individual accolades. Chandra Ramlogan was named First-Team All-Region XIX two years in a row, while Bryahna Shaw, Mekayla Dela Cruz, and Hannah Eisenstein were awarded with Third-Team Honors.
Prior to RVCC Coach Fleming spent two seasons as the head coach at Kent Place High School in Summit from 2014-16. In her first season at Kent Place her team earned the Union County Conference Mountain Division Championship. Coach Fleming has been involved with volleyball in the Hunterdon and Somerset County communities for years as she’s been a constant figure at CJVA. From 2011-2016 she helped coach numerous teams for the well-recognized club program.
Fleming earned her Bachelors of Arts in Latin and Classics from Montclair State University in 2015. She continued her education at Aston University in Birmingham, UK where she earned a Master’s degree in Forensic Linguistics. Currently, Fleming teaches Latin at STEMCivics Charter School in Ewing, NJ.