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Laredo Community College - Volleyball
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Head Coach Brittany Harry

 

Coach Harry has eleven years of coaching experience in various head coaching roles from the club volleyball scene, through the junior college circuit and lastly at the NAIA level. Her greatest success as a head coach has been at the junior college level.  She has built an 148-59 combined head coaching record during her time at Spartanburg Methodist College (SMC) in South Carolina, at Vincennes University (VU) in Indiana and at Cumberland University in Tennessee. She has also spent time as an assistant coach at the NCAA Div. I level at USC Upstate and a very brief stint at Butler University.

Her teams at SMC earned two trips to the NJCAA Div. I National tournament (2007 and 2008) and she also recruited and coached the 2008 Region X Player of the Year, Tiffany Dean. In addition, she has coached eight All-Region/Conference players, nine All-Tournament performers, two members of the Atlantic Sun Conference All-Freshman team and one Mid-South Conference Player of the Week.  She was named the District K Coach of the Year in 2007 and 2008 and the Region X Coach of the Year in 2008.

Coach Harry is known throughout JUCO athletics as a coach that can take lackluster teams and turn them into highly respected volleyball programs.  She has proven that she has the skill-set to change the culture of a volleyball program and instill a culture of winning and success and that is evident during her time at SMC and VU.

Coach Harry also takes growing the game locally very seriously.  During her time at VU she started a local junior volleyball club called Vincennes Elite Volleyball Alliance.  Within the club she developed a structure that included travel teams, in-house training options, beginner training options, private lessons and summer camp availability.  She also has tremendous experience in directing summer camps in every aspect including operations, hiring staff, maintaining budgets and leading camp in instruction.