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Kim Rahar
Kim Rahar
Head Coach

KRahar@Kaskaskia.edu

Kim begins her sixth season as head coach for the Kaskaskia College Blue Angels Volleyball Program. Rahar attended Breese Central High School and received a volleyball scholarship to continue her athletic career at Southwestern Illinois College.

After graduating from SWIC, she attended Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville and played volleyball for two years until an injury sidelined her. She was named All Great Lakes Valley Conference First Team, GLVC Player of the Year and was on the All American Second Team in 2006. Rahar averaged 4.52 points per game for SIU-E in 2006 and registered 3.75 kills per game. She played in 73 games on the year and led the league in blocks with 1.38 per game. She was twice named GLVC Player-of-the-Week during the season and guided the Cougars to the conference regular season title with a 16-0 record. She graduated from SIU-E with a bachelor of arts and science degree in sociology. Rahar served as an assistant volleyball coach at St. Rose Elementary School. In 2012 Rahar was named GRAC & Region 24 Coach of the Year.

Rahar and her husband, Nick, reside in Breese, Illinois and are the proud parent of two children: Riddick and Rowan.

Cortney Crocker
Cortney Crocker
Assistant Coach


Cortney begins her second season as assistant coach for the Blue Angel Volleyball Program. She is a 2010 graduate of Mater Dei High School and was a member of the KC Blue Angels squad from 2011-2013 under Coach Kim Rahar where the team finished as conference and region champs in 2012. As a freshman for the Blue Angels, she received the Defense Award and was also named to the GRAC All Conference 1st Team and the NJCAA All Region 24 Team. As a sophomore she was named to the Kankakee All-Tournament Team, named the MVP and also received the Defense Award. She was also named to the GRAC All Conference 1st Team and named the NJCAA Region 24 Division I Most Valuable Player.

She is currently in the KC Nursing Program, and plans to work in the pediatric field when she graduates in March.