McKenzie Bronken grew up in Turlock and played volleyball at Pitman High School as libero and D.S. She received the most inspirational player each year of her volleyball career. After high school, she began college at Fresno State where she studied Accounting. McKenzie is currently finishing college online with the goal of receiving her degree in Bachelors of Science in Accounting. While McKenzie does college online, she is also coaching Frosh/Soph girls volleyball at Turlock High School. As this is her first season coaching, she has found passion in encouraging a love for volleyball in the younger girls.
McKenzie began playing volleyball at a young age, which was inspired by her older sister, Spencer Bronken. She watched her older sister play on the Pitman High team that went to state during the 2014-2015 season. McKenzie’s household has maintained a deep love for volleyball for over 12 years.
McKenzie is most looking forward to developing a love for the sport in her players while encouraging progress and athletic growth. Alongside athletic growth, she aims to provide an environment that encourages teamwork and independence, simultaneously.