Charlene Tagaloa

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Charlene Johnson-Tagaloa (born August 30, 1973) is a former indoor volleyball player. She played for the United States national team at the 2000 Summer Olympics.[1]

Born Charlene Johnson, she was the starting setter for Brigham Young University from 1991 to 1994, reaching the NCAA Final Four in 1993.[2]

After playing on the women's national team, Charlene Johnson-Tagaloa joined the Nebraska Huskers coaching staff in 2002 as an assistant coach, helping the Huskers win three Big 12 titles, earning a 124-10 record during the span, and a national championship in 2006.[3]

As Charlene Johnson Whitted, Charlene served as assistant coach at the 2010 Youth Olympic Games, helping the team earn a silver medal. She served as assistant coach for the 2012 U.S. Women's Junior National Team under head coach Rod Wilde.[4] She also served as an assistant coach for her alma mater during the 2015 women's volleyball season.


  1. ^ "Charlene Tagaloa Biography and Olympic Results". Retrieved August 17, 2012.
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  3. ^ "Charlene Johnson-Tagaloa Resigns as NU Volleyball Assistant Coach".
  4. ^ "Womens Jr National Volleyball Training Team Named". Team USA.