|Name||Phone||Area of Responsibility|
|Nicole Palmerfirstname.lastname@example.org||(512) 762-7389||Facility Director|
|Benishe Dillard Robertsemail@example.com||(512) 686-0448||Tournament Director
Volleyball Skills Trainer
|Carmelo Leefirstname.lastname@example.org||(512) 810-1793||CenTex Attack Director
Lead Basketball Skills Trainer
|Macy Floydemail@example.com||(512) 686-0448||Basketball Skills Trainer|
Nicole Palmer | Facility Director
Nicole is the Facility Director at the PAC, where she oversees the daily operations, management of the facility, and ensures both the safety and satisfaction with the facility and each of its’ programs.
Nicole attended Baylor University where she played for the Lady Bears and Incarnate Word University where she received a Masters in Sports Management and was an assistant coach. She has been a coach at the middle school, high school and collegiate level for over 15 years. She has also worked for Point Guard College as a site coordinator and basket instructor. When not making the PAC run smoothly, she is a proud mom and wife.
Carmelo Lee | Centex Attack Basketball Director & PAC ELEVATE Lead Trainer
Carmelo Lee is the Centex Attack Director and Lead Elevate Skills Trainer at the PAC. Coach Lee is the head of Centex, our select basketball program for boys and girls from 4th to 12th grade. In this role, he oversees full development of each team from the hand selected and dedicated coaching staff to each roster full of disciplined and hardworking players. Carmelo is also a certified personal trainer, who trains the athletes both on the floor and in the weight room as our lead basketball Skills Trainer and Centex Attack National Coach.
Carmelo played collegiately at Florida for one year under Lon Krueger, then transferred to Long Beach State University where he played for three years and received his degree. After graduating, Carmelo has had an impressive 14 year professional basketball career playing in Spain, Mexico, Japan, The Dominican Republic, and in Puerto Rico. He has trained clients in the Central Texas area for numerous years with experience ranging from age 5 to professional players.
Benishe Dillard Roberts | Basketball Tournament Director and Lead Volleyball Trainer
Benishe is the Tournament Director for both volleyball and basketball as well as the Lead Volleyball Trainer. Benishe oversees each and every tournament from start to finish including but most definitely not limited to registration of teams, scheduling, game day coordinating, and updating results. She is also a skilled coach who trains athletes and runs our volleyball camps as well.
Benishe graduated from Long Beach State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Human Development. At Long Beach, Benishe was a NCAA Division I Scholarship Player in Women’s Volleyball, as Middle Blocker. In 1998 she capped off her collegiate career in style, leading Long Beach State to the NCAA National Championship with a 36-0 season. She was named to the NCAA Final Four All-Tournament Team and selected to the AVCA All-American Second Team and a two-time AVCA All-American selection and First Team All-Big West Conference. After college Benishe went on to play professional volleyball for Imola VBC, Imola, Italy-Grupo VBC, Murcia, Spain-Volero VBC, Zurich, Switzerland-Pinkin, Corazal, Puerto Rico-United States Professional Volleyball St. Louis Missouri. Benishe was named as alternate for the USA Olympic team that competed in the 2000 Sydney Olympics. Benishe was also a featured athlete in the book Super Women, 100 Women, 100 Sports by Jodi Buren.
Macy Floyd | Skills Trainer
Macy grew up playing basketball starting at a very early age on AAU teams from 5th grade and up and played 1 year in college at Howard Payne University before retiring. Playing on multiple teams and in college has helped her understand what it takes for an athlete to make it on a college team with a strict level of discipline and hard work. Macy is also a NASM Certified Personal Trainer which has further helped her develop athletes to better themselves on and off the court. . Macy looks forward to working with individual athletes and helping them grow as better people and athletes.