Naomi Posada
Georgia Southern University
Naomi Posada
Assistant Volunteer Coach
Georgia Southern
Division 1

Naomi Posada enters her first season at Georgia Southern as the volleyball graduate assistant.  She played both volleyball and softball at Midland College for two years and was named defensive/offensive MVP in softball and won the Lady Chap award in volleyball. She continued her volleyball career at Tennessee Temple University in Chattanooga, Tenn., for one season where she won the Crusader Award and was a part of a team that made it to Nationals in New York for the first time in school history. She finished her volleyball and softball career at Brewton-Parker and won the Baron Award. Posada earned the MC Legacy Scholarship at Midland College in Midland, Texas, and received her Associate of Arts Degree in general studies in May of 2014. She was named to the President's List at Tennessee Temple University and finished her education at Brewton-Parker with a Bachelor of Arts degree in behavioral science with a concentration in psychology. She was a part of the Pi Gamma Mu National Honor Society.  Following graduation, Posada became the assistant coach for the Brewton-Parker women's volleyball team as well as assisted the first men's program in the school's history in the 2017-2018 season. Posada is pursuing her masters degree in kinesiology with coaching emphasis at Georgia Southern.