COWGIRL VOLLEYBALL CAMP COACHING STAFF


SABRINA BINGHAM

Head Coach

Sabrina Bingham is in her ninth year as the head coach of the HSU volleyball program. In her first seven seasons she has produced a record of 1176-79 and is the school's all-time wins leader.

She went back to the ASC tournament for the eighth straight season in 2014.

Her 2013 team rebounded from a tough regular season to win its fourth straight American Southwest Conference title. The Cowgirls also pushed national runner-up Cal Lutheran to five games in the NCAA Tournament. HSU finished the year with a record of 23-16.

In 2012, the Cowgirls won their third straight American Southwest Conference title, went 29-4 and had a school-record 25-game winning streak. She and Brent Lewis were named the ASC Coaching Staff of the Year.

The Cowgirls won a then non-scholarship era best 29 games in 2011, going 29-6. The Cowgirls won their third ASC title and second in a row. HSU also advanced to its third NCAA Tournament.

The Cowgirls won the American Southwest Conference title in 2010 under Bingham and she took HSU to just its second-ever NCAA Tournament appearance. The Cowgirls finished the year with a 21-8 and tied with Texas Lutheran for the ASC West title. She was named the ASC Coach of the Year.

In 2009, the Cowgirls went 22-7 and won the ASC West and then advanced to the ASC Championship game. She was named the ASC Coach of the Year.

In 2008, the Cowgirls finished with a record of 20-12 and finished second in the ASC West. She led the Cowgirls to a 22-9 record and the Cowgirls tied with Texas Lutheran for the ASC West title in her first season.

The 22 wins in 2007 were the most wins ever by a first-year head coach in the program.

In 2008, she coached Cowgirl Kaela Parnell to all-American honors. She is the first Cowgirl to earn all-America honors in program history. Madison Reyes was named an honroable mention all-American in 2011.

Bingham, who played collegiately at the University of Alaska at Anchorage, has a counseling degree from Regent University. She has served as a Counselor at the Abilene Regional Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse.

Bingham has coached at various clubs and camps and was a varsity coach at Chugiak High School in Alaska and was a middle hitter coach at the University of Alaska-Anchorage, before pursuing her master's.

She was a two-time team MVP for UAA and was also a two-year captain. She was an all-conference selection and a seven-time player of the week in the Pac West Conference. She had 1,102 career kills for UAA.



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