Founder and President, Spike and Serve Volleyball Club
Local Board Member, Hawaii
Olympian Kevin Wong was born in Hawaii and raised in Pearl City. A Punahou School grad, he went to UCLA where he helped his team win two NCAA Championships and later represented the USA in the Sydney Olympics. His professional beach volleyball career spanned 15 years during which he won the coveted King of the Beach title and the "Wimbledon of Beach Volleyball", The Manhattan Open, twice. In 2001 he was ranked #1 in the world. He began volunteer coaching at a public school where he found his love for children, coaching, and giving back. This is where the idea of "Spike and Serve" began: Serving the children and the community. Kevin is a sports announcer for NBC, PAC 12 Network, OC 16 and OC Sports. In 2013 he coached his inaugural TEAM SAS U15 girls club team to win the Gold at the GJNC. In 2014 he has received the prestigious award of Outstanding Male Coach from USA Volleyball. His personal mission is to give back and serve the youth of Hawaii by utilizing his vast resources in the sport. He is a board member of the Positive Coaching Alliance and committee member of USA Volleyball.