Kelle Bond enters her seventh season as Head Coach for the Lady Eagles. During the past six years, Bond has helped lead the Lady Eagles to a 97-63 record, back-to-back CIF Runner-Up (2016-17), a State Regional Finalist (2016), back-to-back League Champions (2016-17) and a first round appearance in CIF playoffs (2013). In 2015, she received the CIF Champions for Character Coaches Award and was selected as League Coach of the Year for both the 2016 and 2017 season. Prior to joining CVCS, she was the Head Varsity Volleyball Coach for Cole Valley Christian School (Meridian, Idaho). In her three years there, she helped lead her teams to two state playoff appearances, a state runner-up and an overall finish of 61-18. She was also recognized as IHSAA Coach of the Year in 2009 and 2011. From 2006-2009, Bond served as an assistant coach at Boise State University. She was camp director, travel coordinator and assisted in both on court training and recruiting. In her three years at BSU, she coached three All-WAC conference athletes and eight All-WAC academic athletes. Before joining the Broncos, Bond was the Head Varsity Coach at Baytown Christian Academy (Baytown, Texas). In her nine years there, her teams were six-time state finalists, four-time state champions and held an overall record of 215-46. In 2006, she was selected as Texas Area Coach of the Year.
Prior to coaching, Bond played volleyball at Biola University, where she earned All-Conference (1996-1997) and All-Western Region honors (1997) as a middle blocker. She was also voted All-American in 1997 and still holds the record for most solo blocks in a match during the National Playoffs.