Sarah Davis, Director of Wooster Volleyball Camps, equipped with an extensive knowledge of the game and a wide variety of collegiate and camp coaching experiences enters her second decade at Wooster. Davis has been coaching NCAA Division III volleyball since 2001. She has led the Fighting Scots since 2007 and had five top three finishes. She has coached Two All-Americans and One Academic All-American. In 2009 Davis was named NCAC conference Coach of the Year and in 2014 became the “Winningest Coach” in Wooster Volleyball history.
Her collegiate program is known for high quality student-athletes dedicated to academics and serving the community. They have won AVCA Team academic awards and in 2012 has the 5th highest GPA in the nation.
Youth camps and clinics have been an integral part of Davis’ professional experience. She directed the “junior Eagles” youth volleyball clinics in La Crosse, WI and has been a part of camp staffs in California, Iowa, Wisconsin, Connecticut, Pennsylvania and Ohio. In 2003 and 2010 Davis led U.S. teams in Latin American providing volleyball camps throughout Costa Rica and Guatemala.
Coach Davis earned her M.S. degree in Exercise Science-Physical Education Teaching. She earned a K-12 Physical Education Teaching License and her camps are designed from an educator and parent’s point of view.
She and her husband Wes, a collegiate soccer coach, reside in Wooster with their daughters Nora, Eliza, & Lillian.