Volleyball Assistant Coach Audra Harrison
- Audra Harrison
B.S. Physical Education, Gardner-Webb 2008
M.S. Kinesiology-Sports Administration, Midwestern State 2010
Audra Harrison joins the Tribe for the first time in 2010, helping with all aspects of the William and Mary volleyball program. Her specific duties include working with the pin hitters and back-court specialists during practice, home game management, and team travel. She will also help out with the evaluation and recruitment of prospects.
"During the interview process it was obvious that Audra fit right in with our program," said head coach Melissa Aldrich Shelton. "She's competitive, hard working and energetic. I'm looking forward to working with her on a daily basis and I know the players will enjoy learning from her in the gym."
Harrison joins the Tribe after spending the past two years as a graduate assistant at Midwestern State University, helping the Mustangs to a combined 35-34 record and a 25-win season in 2008. MSU was her first coaching job out of college after graduating from Gardner-Webb in 2008. Harrison graduated as the Bulldog's all-time leader with 1,576 career digs, and ranked second with 1,067 kills while splitting time as both an outside hitter and libero. She was a three-time member of the Atlantic Sun All-Academic squad, and had career-highs of 29 kills and 32 digs in a match.
Harrison graduated from Gardner-Webb with a degree in physical education, and earned her masters degree in kinesiology with a focus in sports administration from Midwestern State in 2010.