Kelsey Stanley was
named head coach of the North Idaho College volleyball team at the NIC Boosters
Luncheon Tuesday, May 13. Stanley has been the team’s assistant coach for two
years and interim head coach since January.
“Kelsey has done
an excellent job as the interim head coach and earned a chance to guide our
volleyball team,” said Al Williams, NIC athletic director. “She gained valuable
experience as an assistant coach and understands the needs and expectations of
our program. I believe she will be a nice addition to our head coaching staff.”
Bottineau High School in North Dakota, where she excelled as a student athlete
in volleyball, basketball, and track and field. She earned All-State honors in
volleyball and was a five-time state pole vault champion in track. In
2006, Stanley was named North Dakota Athlete of the Year.
her volleyball and track career at Dickinson State University where she became
a six-time NAIA All-American in track and field and a four-time national pole
vault champion. She completed a bachelor’s degree in elementary education at
Dickinson State University.
Kelsey lives in
Coeur d’Alene with her husband, Keri – who is currently the NIC assistant
wrestling coach – and their child.
information on North Idaho College (NIC) Athletics, please visit www.nicathletics.com