Audrey Campbell is beginning her first season as assistant volleyball coach at Tusculum College.
Campbell comes to the Greeneville, Tenn. campus from NCAA Division I Florida Gulf Coast University in Fort Myers, Fla.
Campbell, a native of Tampa, Fla., will assist in all aspects of the Tusculum volleyball program, including: recruiting coordination, practice planning and implementation, strength & conditioning, fundraising and the team’s community engagement efforts.
Campbell has recorded four years of collegiate volleyball playing experience, including Hillsborough Community College in Tampa for two seasons (2005-2007), before transferring to Florida Gulf Coast for her final two years (2007-2009).
While at Florida Gulf Coast, she led the Eagles to back-to-back Atlantic-Sun Conference Championships in 2007 and 2008. Campbell finished second in the league in hitting percentage (.407) as a junior and earned A-Sun All-Academic Honors during her senior campaign. During her two seasons at the Fort Myers school, her teams posted an impressive 43-11 overall record, including a 28-3 conference worksheet. Her teams also posted a remarkable 19-1 record at home.
In 2007, she played in 19 matches where she tallied 98 kills and 41 blocks. In A-Sun play, she posted a league-leading .417 hitting percentage, racking up 49 kills with only six errors in 103 attempts. She recorded a career-high 11 kills while hitting .500 and adding five blocks against East Tennessee State University.
During her senior season at FGCU, she finished with a .289 hitting percentage, which was ninth in the conference. She was one of five Eagles to play in every set, accounting for 72 blocks, which were third-best on the team.
At Hillsborough Community College, she led the Hawks to a FCCAA State Championship, Gulf District Championship and a berth to the NJCAA Tournament, where her team finished 11th in the nation. It was Hillsborough’s first FCCAA State title, as the Hawks knocked off perennial state power Miami-Dade Community College.
In 2006, she posted a .391 hitting percentage and averaged 2.2 kills per set. Campbell also led the team in blocking with 88 rejections (0.68 bps).
She also served as assistant coach for the USA South Volleyball Club program where she specialized with middle position training. She has worked with numerous volleyball camps and clinics with FGCU, USA South Volleyball Club, Hillsborough Community College and the Tampa United Volleyball Club (2006-2010).
Prior to her arrival in Greeneville, she served two years as the Development Assistant for Athletic Advancement at FGCU (2009-2011). Her duties in this position included: Eagles Club Liaison, Special Event Coordinator, fundraising, major gifts as served as the Assistant for the Senior Associate Director for External Affairs.
Campbell earned her Bachelor of Arts in Communication from Florida Gulf Coast in 2009 and followed that with her Masters in Public Administration this past May. She also earned an Associate Arts degree from Hillsborough Community College in 2007.