17's Team National Team
Head Coach, 17's
Asst. Coach Mattie Adams
Asst. Coach, 17's Team
Evan is the son of our Coach Doug Milner. Evan is 22 years old.
He is a 2015 Graduate of Steele High School where his dad taught at all 4 years.
Evan is currently an Assistant Golf Professional at Barton Creek Country Club.
He is also currently working toward a degree in Professional Golf Management through the PGA of America.
Grew up going to club volleyball/high school volleyball games watching his sister fall, spring and summer of every year.
He learned to love it over time as a young kid and having grown up learning more and more about the fundamentals and always knew that at some point in his life he'd love the opportunity to be able to coach with his Dad and sure enough it's a dream coming true!
Coach Doug Milner
All those State Championship banners in the gym…..…
This guy was right there along side Coach Grisham, putting in some serious work.
We are very proud to have Coach Milner back at home in Wimberley.
Coach Milner has been playing and/or coaching volleyball since 1975 (yes, Gerald Ford was president !) His WORDS!
He is a Graduate of UT Austin 1981 (I bleed burnt orange !) More of his words!
He has been married to his beautiful wife, Natalie, for 27 years. They have two wonderful kids…Maddie Jo age 25 (member of 2007 Wimberley State Champs) and Evan Douglas age 21 (Professional Golf Associate at Barton Creek Resorts)
Coach Milner recently retired after 28 years as a high school social studies teacher/coach at Sommerville, Johnson City, Boerne, Temple, Wimberley and Steele High School.
We are pleased to drag him out of retirement to coach our 17’s!
Coach Milner has coached volleyball at the college club, junior club and high school levels. He is USAV CAP II certified.
In his 28 years of coaching UIL volleyball:
– made playoffs 23 years
– 18 District Championships
– 9 Regional Finals
– 7 Final Four appearances
– 6 State Championships (all with Wimberley) TEXAN PRIDE
“I am very honored to return to the Wimberley area and most especially proud to be working for a great man like Gary “Catfish” Pigg and WAC volleyball”