Carson High volleyball

Maw steps away, Witter takes over helm of Carson volleyball

Longtime head coach Robert Maw stepped down from the role he held since 2007

Robert Maw high fives Cami Larkin during a game in the fall of 2019. Maw stepped down as the Senators' volleyball coach this week after being in charge of the program since 2007.

Robert Maw high fives Cami Larkin during a game in the fall of 2019. Maw stepped down as the Senators' volleyball coach this week after being in charge of the program since 2007.
Photo by Carter Eckl.

 Carson High volleyball coach Robert Maw, who has served at the helm for 14 years, stepped down from his position this week.
Taking over the reigns will be Brittany Witter, who was an assistant with the program for the last seven years under Maw.
Maw posted a record of 197-164 since starting with Carson as the volleyball coach back in 2007, per MaxPreps.
“Brittany takes over for Robert Maw whose long career and involvement as CHS coach and involvement in the volleyball community in Northern Nevada helped build a successful volleyball program at CHS,” said Carson High athletic director Blair Roman. “Coach Maw will be missed, but we are excited to see Brittany take over. She will bring the commitment necessary to carry on the success of our previous coach but also build for future success for the program.
Witter is a 2010 Carson High graduate and ran track while in school with the Senators along with playing other spots.
Witter is a social studies teacher at Eagle Valley Middle School.
“(Witter) has also coached the middle school teams at Eagle Valley Middle School for several years while serving as a teacher at the school,” said Roman. “She will bring experience in running the program, the volleyball coaching knowledge, and a great track record working successfully with our athletes and students in Carson City.”

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