Allison Frizzell-Kizer
Ouachita Baptist University
Allison Frizzell-Kizer
Head Coach
Ouachita Baptist
Division 2

Originally I am from McKinney, Texas but found my way to the Natural State of Arkansas. I was the libero for 4 years at Ouachita Baptist University (OBU) from 2009-2012. I graduated from OBU double majoring with a B.A. in secondary education and mathematics with a coaching endorsement. During my time at OBU, I was a 4 time all conference member, including Freshman of the year, 2 second team all conference and 1 first team all conference. I was the 2011-2012 GAC Female Athlete of the Year and was nominated in 2013 for NCAA Woman of the Year.  In 2013-2014, I was the Graduate Assistant for OBU until I became the head volleyball coach and head women's soccer coach at Lakeside High School in Hot Springs, Ar, where I also taught Algebra 2. I was in charge of 7th-12th grade with 2 assistants. During my 4 season stint at Lakeside, our high school varsity volleyball team went 101-29-1, increasing our number of wins each year. Our conference voted me Coach of the Year for all four seasons as we went undefeated 4 years in a row and competed in the State Tournament each year. I also coached club for Hot Springs Force for 4 seasons coaching 4th-7th graders.  In January of 2018, I became the head volleyball coach at Ouachita Baptist University and we went 23-9. Preseason polls had us ranked seventh and we finished 4th and made it to the semis of the GAC tournament. We had the GAC Setter of the Year, a 1st team GAC member, an honorable mention member, 2 distinguished scholar athletes, and an elite scholar athlete. We had two girls represent USA in the summer of 2018 in Brazil and we have two representing this summer 2019 in Spain. I am so blessed to be back at my alma mater as it is my home! Go Tigers!