Alma Mater: Harding University, 1993
• 20 years as a head coach
• 10-time conference coach of the year
• Career record of 535-198 (.730 winning percentage)
• Six seasons with 30-plus wins
• 18 seasons with 20-plus wins
• Two Conference USA regular season titles
• Conference USA Tournament Championship
• Two NCAA Tournament appearances
• Coached one All-American at Ole Miss
• Coached five All-Americans at Tulsa
• Coached the C-USA player of the year and the libero of the year in 2011 and 2012
• Coached UCA to back-to-back Southland Conference regular season titles and posted a 31-1 league mark during that stretch
• Named Southland Conference Coach of the Year in 2008, 2009 and 2010.
• Coached the SLC player and setter of the year those three years
• Boasted the league freshman of the year in 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2010 and the libero of the year in 2009
• Coached Lubbock Christian University to seven conference championships and three region championships in eight years
• Six-time Sooner Athletic Conference Coach of the Year
Alma Mater: Tulsa, 2012
• Boasts a wealth of coaching experience both on a national and international level
• Helped coach the Rebels to three consecutive winning seasons for first time since mid 80s
• Helped coach players to All-America, All-Region and All-SEC honors and several team and individual school records.
• Spent two seasons (2012, 2013) as an assistant at Tulsa
• Helped coach Tulsa to the C-USA regular season and tournament championships in 2012
• Helped coach Tulsa to an NCAA appearance in 2012
• Served as an assistant coach on the Brazilian women’s national team from 2004-07 and aided Brazil to a fourth-place finish at the 2004 Olympics in Athens
Alma Mater: Texas A&M, 2013
• First year with team
• Spent past two seasons as assistant coach at Arkansas State
• In 2015, helped A-State to a 28-2 record, a perfect 16-0 mark in Sunbelt Conference play, a conference tournament championship and its first trip to the NCAA Tournament since 1999.
• In 2016, Arkansas State finished 25-8, 15-1 in SBC play, and advanced to the conference tournament championship match for the second year in a row.
• Spent the 2014 season as a volunteer assistant at her alma mater, Texas A&M. Helped Texas A&M to an overall record of 21-9 and 13-5 in the SEC along with an appearance in the NCAA Tournament.
• As a player at Texas A&M, finished her career with 1,480 digs, the second most in school history and most in the rally-scoring era.
• Senior year, helped lead the team to a 25-6 record, including a 16-4 mark in SEC play and an appearance in the NCAA second round.