Kieran O’Leary Roblee

Kieran O'Leary Roblee

Kieran O'Leary Roblee

A volleyball standout at Dos Pueblos High School, Kieran (O’Leary) Roblee graduated in 1986, the year she was named the Santa Barbara Athletic Round Table High School Girls’ Volleyball Player of the year. She also notched two Channel League MVPs in 1984 and 1985 and the Volleyball MVP at the Los Angeles Summer Games in 1985.

Playing her freshman year at Cal Poly – San Luis Obispo, Roblee transferred to Santa Barbara City College and finished out her impressive collegiate career at Fresno State University, earning her B.A. in Physical Education in 1990.

A member of the SBCC Athletic Hall of Fame, Roblee was an All-State selection in 1988 and the Western State Athletic Conference MVP that same year. In 1989 the SBART named her the College Women’s Volleyball Player of the Year. At Fresno State, she was the all-time single season assist leader and the career leader in assists in only two seasons.

Roblee currently serves as the head girls’ volleyball coach at Bullard High School in Fresno and the head coach for the Central Cal Volleyball Club 18 Travel Team. As a high school coach, her teams have won six league championships in nine years and have advanced to the CIF Central and Central Coast Sections Semi-Finals five times. Nine of her club teams have qualified for the volleyball Junior Olympics, and they won the bronze medal in 2006. Roblee has helped over 70 athletes go on to play volleyball at the four-year college level.

Also the Athletic Director at St. Anthony’s School, Roblee lives in Fresno, Calif., with her husband of 15 years, Mike.