Welch Volleyball Coach Warren Resigns

Athletic Director Greg Fawbush announced that Abigail Warren has resigned as volleyball coach for Welch College. A former student at Welch, Coach Warren led the Lady Flame for the past two seasons. She is also an elementary physical education teacher for Davidson County. Time commitment to her teaching responsibilities is the reason for her resignation.

The FlamesVolleyball program showed great improvement under Coach Warren’s leadership. She used her platform to help build Welch’s volleyball program into a competitive program in the NCCAA Mideast. The Lady Flamesvolleyball teams finished both seasons with a winning record under her leadership. She produced several all-regional players and help lead the program to several historic wins.

“Coach Warren was a constant mentor to the young ladies in the volleyball program, stated Coach Fawbush. “She challenged them physically, academically, and, most importantly, spiritually. Coach Warren demonstrated how winning can be accomplished by applying a work ethic that does not compromise on integrity.”

Woolett Signs with Welch College

Destinee Woolett has signed a letter of intent to continue her volleyball career at Welch College this fall.  She is a 5’7” hitter from Box Elder, South Dakota.

“I am very excited to add such a rounded and determined player to our roster,” said Coach Ashley Lockert.  “She is a great fit for Welch, both on and off the court.”

Academically, Woolett maintains a 4.0 grade point average and plans to major in Elementary Education.  She attends Harvest Time Free Will Baptist Church and is the daughter of Shaun & Shante Woolett.

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