Record: 10-21 Home: 5-6 Away: 3-10 Neutral: 2-5 KCAC: 8-14
2016 Volleyball Coaches
Cheri Lindsay Image

Cheri Lindsay started as the Head Volleyball Coach at Bethany College in December 2014. She came to Bethany from Tiffin University in Tiffin, Ohio. She was an Assistant Coach at Tiffin since the start of 2012. While there she was also the Head Coach for the Black Swamp Volleyball Club Team. She was the head coach of the 15 American team in 2012-2013 and then transitioned to the 17 American team in 2013-2014.

Lindsay was involved in more than just volleyball at Tiffin University. She also worked as an advisor in the Student African American Sisterhood of Excellence. While in the SAASE Lindsay was able to help promote higher graduation rates amongst African American female students.

Before her time at Tiffin, Lindsay was a student athlete and then a student assistant at Prairie View A&M University in Prairie View, Texas. As an athlete Lindsay was an All-Conference SWAC player. After her playing was completed, she became a student coach where she learned different coaching techniques and the behind the scenes of coaching.

Lindsay holds a Bachelor of Arts in communication studies with a minor in Psychology from Prairie View A&M University. She received her Masters of Business Administration from Tiffin University in 2013, and has since started her Masters of Educational Administration.

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Hauser comes to Bethany fresh off of a successful playing career. She first attended Lincoln Land Community College in Springfield, Ill. for two years and helped the team land 11th out of the top 16 teams in the nation in one of those years. Hauser then transferred to MacMurray College in Jacksonville, Ill. and was explosive offensively during her career there. In her two years she was the offensive MVP for both years, was a two time St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference all-conference selection as well as earning SLIAC honors both years. Hauser is in the record books at MacMurray as the all-time leader for kills in a single season with 385 in 2015 as well as second in average kills per set in a single season, also in 2015 with 3.32.

Hauser also brings three years of amateur volleyball coaching experience to the table as she was a coach for the Capital Area Volleyball Club while in college. Hauser received a degree in sport management with minors in coaching and business administration from MacMurray College.

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Quethzally Chaparro
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