Krystal Cooper, a product of Missouri City, TX, has been playing competitive volleyball for over 15 years. She attended Elkins High School where she was Fort Bend Varsity Rookie of the year, Offensive player of the year, 1st Team All-District and helped lead her team to the State Regional Final. Krystal honed her volleyball skills by participating in club volleyball as a member of the Willowbrook and Texas Tornados organizations. Her Texas Tornados team won a silver medal at the Tampa Qualifier and a gold medal at the Tour of Texas qualifier which gave her the opportunity to play in the 2004 Junior Olympics.
After graduating, she continued her volleyball career at North Carolina A&T State University where she received a full four athletic scholarship. Over her four year collegiate volleyball career, she was named Defensive player of the year in 2007 at NC A&T, IUPUI All-Tournament team and Western Carolina All-Tournament team. Krystal graduated from NC A&T State University in 2009 with degrees in Accounting and Finance.
After coaching for a local community college, Krystal decided to create the Texas Regulators Volleyball club. Her experience over the years coaching volleyball teams and summer volleyball camps, led to her desire to help players advance their volleyball technique and increase their volleyball IQ. Krystal created the Texas Regulators in 2014 and has seen her six players in her first senior class earn volleyball scholarships.