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Plant’s Rumore lands Naples volleyball job
Posted Jul 26, 2012 by Bill Ward
Updated Jul 26, 2012 at 05:26 PM
Just three days after formerly announcing her departure as Plant’s volleyball coach, Amy Rumore has landed the same job at Naples High.
Rumore, a lifetime Tampa resident and Plant graduate, stepped down as the Panthers’ volleyball coach after one season following a job transfer of her husband, Mike Holloway, to Naples. Not only did Rumore manage to get a teaching position at Naples, she snared the Golden Eagles’ volleyball job when Rich Hubbard resigned as coach after 10 seasons.
“Although I’m sad to leave my Plant family behind, I’m looking forward to joining Naples High’s staff and help them to continue growing their volleyball program,” Rumore said. “I never envisioned leaving Plant but once I made the decision, I feel very fortunate to be able to teach and coach at a school like Naples.”
Rumore’s last stint as Plant’s coach was today in a summer camp at Hillsborough Community College, where her Panthers defeated Durant for the team title.