Curtis has coached a broad spectrum of volleyball players at multiple levels and include the following:
Curtis Abram joins Pismo Beach Volleyball Club for his first-year as an Elite coach and brings with him over 14-years of playing and coaching experience. Abram, raised in SLO and an attorney at Attala Law, learned to play volleyball at Pismo Beach and transferred these skills into a rewarding run as a high-school, college and post-college volleyball player.
As an outside hitter, Abram led San Luis Obispo High School to three-straight league titles, was selected a two-time League Most Valuable Player and was named All-CIF (Southern Section) his senior year.
Abram then attended Emmanuel College (MA), where during his senior year, Abram led the Saints to a program-best 28 wins and a 3rd-straight NECVA Tournament appearance. Abram finished the year ranked 2nd nationally in service aces (0.83 per set), 5th in kills (4.27 per set), and 9th in hitting percentage (.342), while leading the Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) in both aces and kills. Abram was selected GNAC Player of the Year and AVCA Men’s Volleyball All-American, becoming the first male All-American in the school’s history.
Abram holds a Management Degree and Communications Degree from Emmanuel College (MA) and a Juris Doctor for University of San Diego School of Law.