Volleyball Assistant Coach Monica Marlowe
- Monica Marlowe
B.S. Exercise Science, Truman State 2003
Monica Marlowe is in her third season with the Tribe in 2010, after helping the team to 37 victories and two CAA Tournaments in the past two years. Her duties include assisting with all off-court aspects of the program with specific emphasis on recruiting. In the gym, she is responsible for tutoring the teamís setters.
In her first season, Marlowe helped Kim Mount become the first W&M player ever named CAA Setter of the Year, as the senior led the conference in assist average and also garnered first-team honors in the conference and the state. Despite having fewer assist opportunities than in any other season over the past 34 years, Mount posted the eighth 1,000 assist season in school history. In 2009, Marlowe was responsible for the development of freshman Jordyn Moloney into the teamís top setter and a member of the CAA all-rookie team.
Marlowe joined the College in 2008 after two seasons as an assistant for the Bradley University Braves. While in Peoria, she worked with the setters while also coordinating team travel, film exchange, fundraising, and alumni relations.
Before joining the Bradley staff, Marlowe spent three seasons at the University of Nebraska Kearney. During her time with UNK, the Lopers made the NCAA Division II Elite Eight all three years, advancing to the quarterfinals in 2004 and to the championship match in 2005. Marlowe also helped with the development of seven AVCA All-Americans during her time in Nebraska.
Marlowe graduated from Truman State University in 2003 with a Bachelorís of Science in Exercise Science, after starting at setter for all four years under Tribe alumna Becky Eggering Pike í93. A four-time All-MIAA first-team honoree, Marlowe led Truman State to the 2002 NCAA Division II title game and garnered second-team AVCA All-America accolades. The 1999 AVCA Regional Freshman of the Year, she went on to earn AVCA All-Region honors each of her last three seasons and led the Bulldogs to two conference championships and three NCAA tournament appearances. Marlowe graduated as the all-time career leader for assists per game with 11.43, and second all-time in total assists (5,475).