Volleyball Program Welcomes New Coach

NCC is very excited to add Madison Volk to the volleyball coaching staff.  Madison will be the head Freshman coach as well as an assistant JV and Varsity Coach for the 2019 season. 

NCC is very excited to add Madison Volk to the volleyball coaching staff. Madison will be the head Freshman coach as well as an assistant JV and Varsity Coach for the 2019 season.

NCC is very excited to add Madison Volk to the volleyball coaching staff. Madison will be the head Freshman coach as well as an assistant JV and Varsity Coach for the 2019 season.

 Madison is a 22 year old Graduate from Northern Kentucky University with a degree in Health Science and a minor in Communication.

 She has more than 10 years of playing experience and was a 4 year varsity player and 2014 Alumni of Newport Central Catholic, during that time she was a stand-out member of the 2012 Volleyball Team State Tournament experience. During her high school career she earned Captain and MVP honors at the Freshman, JV and Varsity levels and was also named best defensive player at the varsity level in 2012 & 2013. In 2013 she was all Regional All Tournament Team and NKGVCA Division II All Opponent Team. While at NCC she was also a member of the Drama Club, National Honor Society and Student Government.

 While Madison was a full time college student she was given the opportunity to volunteer and coach at St. Joseph Grade School in Cold Spring, Ky. That is when she decided that she wanted to give back to the sport that had given her so much joy for more than 10 years. Her coaching experience includes a head coaching position for club volleyball for 3 years at NKJV. She has also been a private trainer for high school and club players for 2 years. She loves seeing the growth in not only the players, but the team as a whole. Since being offered the Freshman coaching position at NCC, she said, “Being on the other end of the sport is something that has offered both challenges and numerous successes but has been an opportunity that I wouldn’t trade for the world. I love the game and I am so excited to have the opportunity to coach at the school that shaped me into the player and person I am today.”

 Currently she works full time as an Emergency Service Representative at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, is Virtus Certified, CPR and First Aid Training and has completed certification for Safe Sport and Coaching Principles.