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Kallie Noble begins her first season with the University of St. Thomas volleyball team as the Lady Celts’ new head coach. Noble brings five years of coaching experience at the Division I and II levels and nine years of overall coaching experience to the Celts’ program. Most recently, Noble served as assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Tulane University in New Orleans, La. for the last three years.
While at Tulane, Noble helped the squad qualify for the 2009 NCAA Tournament and had five players receive All-Conference USA honors, with two players earning American Volleyball Coaches Association All-American and All-Region honors. Other player awards during Noble’s stay with the program were C-USA Co-Player of the Year and a C-USA Freshman of the Year.
As Noble helped coach the Green Wave to success on the court in 2009, the team earned the American Volleyball Coaches Association’s Team Academic Award, an achievement that only one other squad in school history accomplished. The AVCA honors teams had a cumulative GPA of 3.30 for the academic year.
In 2007, Noble was an assistant coach at University of New Orleans. She helped the Privateers to a 16-16 overall record while qualifying for the Sun Belt Conference Tournament.
Prior to moving to New Orleans, Noble spent a year as an assistant at Lincoln Memorial University, where Noble helped the Railsplitters post a 19-12 overall record.
A native of Peru, Ind., Noble has been active in youth volleyball for many years. She currently owns and operates Cajun Wave Volleyball Club in New Orleans. In the club's second year, Noble saw her 18- and 17-year-olds win the 2012 Bayou Region Championship.
Noble completed her bachelor's degree in music and elementary education from Western Michigan in December 2003 and earned a master's degree in education and counseling from Lincoln Memorial in May 2008.
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|5||Reagan Creely||FR||S||5-9||Bellaire, Texas||Bellaire High School|
|6||Shirley Paul||JR||L||5-7||League City, Texas||Clear Springs High School|
|7||Regina Trapp||JR||OH||5-10||Santa Fe, Texas||McNeese State Unviersity|
|9||Lauren Curley||SR||MB||5-11||Corona, California||San Jacinto College|
|11||Kylah Dias||SO||MB/OH||5-11||Pasadena, Texas||Pasdena Rayburn High School|
|13||Kelsey Balderamos||SR||RS/MB||5-11||Belize||St. John's College|
|14||Brittany Weiler||SR||S||5-6||Deer Park, Texas||San Jacinto College|
|15||Stephanie Biediger||SR||OH/RS||5-11||Houston, Texas||Quinnipiac University|
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