Alex Uhan

Alex Uhan

Alex is also a Director at Wisconsin Premier VB Club. “

I’m so proud to be a director. I get the great fortune to coach beyond one team but to able to help all in the club. It’s a great way to make a difference.”


– 12s Teal Head Coach 2019-2020

Varsity Assistant Homestead High School 2018-2019

18 Teal Head Coach 2015-2018

– Assist. Coach – Concordia University

– Varsity Head Coach at West bend West

– Varsity Assistant. coach at Homestead High School 2008-2010

– Head Coach of G-Force VBC

– Camp director – “Uhan’s Skills and Competition camp”



– Minneapolis Northern Lights Qualifier Champion

– Badger Region Open Championship

– 40+ tournament victories

– 2nd Place USAV nationals – 2014

-2nd Place Winter Championships USAV Qualifier

More about Coach and Director Alex

Alex brings a high passion to developing players volleyball skills to the next level. Going into his 8th year of coaching club,  he led his 16 select team last season to the USAV National Championship match, first Wisconsin Club team to reach the USAV national championship since 2004!

Also he has won the Minneapolis Northern Lights Qualifier out of 78 teams in 2013.  His club team won the Badger Region open Championships in 2012.  He has over 40+ tournament victories in his club coaching years.

He is currently coaching the Varsity girls program at Homestead.

He was the varsity assit. coach at Homestead High School, then became the Head Varsity Volleyball coach at West Bend West were he racked up over 70+ win in just three years along with two Regional titles, and leading the 2010 team to the schools first Conference Championship in a decade!

He coached with G-Force VBC for 7 years and his 2012, 2013, and 2014 clubs teams all qualified for the USAV Junior nationals.  He was the camp director of “Uhan’s Skills and Competition camp” for 4 years, he has played and coached beach volleyball for past 6 years.  Alex has coached over 400+ athletes over the past 8 years from high school, club and in elite camps.  Many of his players have gone on to play at the NAIA,NCAA D-3, D-2, and D-1 levels.  He played at Homestead High School where he was All-Conference and made the  All- academic team.