A&M Consolidated head volleyball coach Jennifer Kazmierski is stepping down after leading the Lady Tigers for six years.

Kazmierski said she wants to spend more time with her son and daughter, who are in 10th and eighth grade, respectively. She was a teacher and coach for 19 years, including 13 as a head coach.

“I’ll definitely appreciate running back and getting cleats and doing the things moms do,” she said.

Last year, Consol finished 37-12 and advanced to the Class 5A Region III quarterfinals. It was Consol’s deepest playoff run since a state semifinal appearance in 2014. Kazmierski had a 111-63 overall record at Consol.

Consol athletic coordinator Lee Fedora said he will move as quickly as possible to find Kazmierski’s replacement.

Kazmierski will continue to own and operate her club volleyball team, Aggie Elite Volleyball. She will not coach but will continue to help train athletes.

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