Fremont High School

1750 N Lincoln Ave, Fremont, NE 68025

Long known for its tradition of education excellence, Fremont High School has approximately 1475 students in grades 9-12 and runs a block schedule. Within the graduation requirements of the Fremont Public Schools you will find expectations that each student receives a well-rounded education that includes a unique combination of rigorous academic standards and achievement in an inviting school culture.

About Sami Hansen

Professional Skills:

Sami is an expert in the field of performance enhancement. She is gifted at connecting with young people and player development.


Sports should be fun! Sports provide the ideal medium to help develop character and learn life lessons. Sports provide an opportunity to teach young people to succeed in the real world. 

Coach Hansen's Resume

Coaching Resume:

  • Fremont High School- Assistant Varsity Coach
  • Nebraska Elite Volleyball- Director, Head Coach
  • Duchesne Academy- Assistant Varsity Coach


Coaching Accomplishments:

  • 2021 Silver Medalist at Windy City Qualifier
  • 2021 Team of the Year
  • 2019 12U Beach National Championship Coach
  • 2019 Nebraska State Championship Assistant Coach
  • 2018 Bronze Medalist at ASICS National Championship in 16U Division



  • B.S Exercise Science
  • Beach IMPACT
  • Impact Certified
  • Safe Sport Certified
  • Positive Coaching Alliance Certified



Sami grew up in Bennington, NE and played on a successful team at Nebraska Elite Volleyball. In 2013, she graduated from Bennington High School and went on to continue her volleyball career at Loyola University Chicago. While at Loyola, she helped lead the team to reach the Missouri Valley Conference tournament in 2015 and 2016. She also achieved multiple conference awards, broke the school record for hitting percentage, and reached 2nd in blocking per set for the school record. During her spring of her junior season, Sami got the opportunity to help coach her teammates while recovering from shoulder surgery. This along with the various school camps she assisted with helped her find her desire to coach. She graduated from Loyola University Chicago in May 2017 with an Exercise Science degree.