Kamille Jones
Gardner-Webb University
Kamille Jones
Head Coach
Division 1

 Kamille Jones has been named the head coach of the Gardner-Webb volleyball program for the 2019 season.   Jones, who was hired earlier this year as an assistant coach, spent the 2018 season as a graduate assistant coach at West Texas A&M University, helping lead the Lady Buffs to a 19-13 mark.   We are confident in Kamilles ability to lead our volleyball program and look forward to the 2019 season, said Vice President for Athletics Chuck Burch. Kamille received high praise from several veteran head coaches in the volleyball community. Her recent experience should serve her well as we move forward.   The Fort Worth, Texas, native finished her collegiate career at West Texas A&M in 2017, earning All-Lone Star Conference honors while leading the Lady Buffs to a NCAA Division II tournament appearance.    Jones began her collegiate career at Murray State University, helping the Racers claim three-straight Ohio Valley Conference titles and made two trips to the NCAA Division I tournament.   I would foremost like to thank God for this tremendous opportunity, stated Jones.  The support of the Runnin Bulldog family is exceptional, and I am grateful to GWU President Dr. William Downs and Vice President for Athletics Chuck Burch for entrusting me with this program.  I look forward to beginning the process of creating a culture of competition and winning that will contribute to the success of our team.   Earlier this summer, Jones received valuable coaching experience, assisting legendary coach Mick Haley in leading a team of collegiate players in the European Global Challenge, competing in matches throughout Italy, Slovenia, and Croatia.    Jones graduated from Murray State University in 2017 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration with a minor in Spanish, and received her Master of Business Administration degree from West Texas A&M University in 2019.