Anna Stephens
Anna Stephens graduated from Auburn University in 2007 where she played goalkeeper as a 4-year letterman on the soccer team. After college, Anna played a couple of stints in semi-pro soccer with the Atlanta Silverbacks and Fuego soccer teams. At Auburn, she received her degree in Nutrition and Food Science and continued to receive a Master’s degree from the University of Southern Mississippi.
Stephens has been coaching since her high school days in Jackson, MS. She started her coaching career at Jackson Futbol Club and has since served as Director of Goalkeeping at Tophat Soccer Club in Atlanta, goalkeeper coach for Millsaps Soccer, and served in several coaching roles at Jackson Academy. While at Jackson Academy, Stephens started the volleyball program and won the State Championship in 2014, finishing in the top 6 of all public and private schools in the state.
Currently, Stephens is serving as Managing Director of MS Volleyball club, which annually organizes hundreds of players in the Central Mississippi area.

Coach Stephens is also head volleyball coach at Madison-Ridgeland Academy. She is married to Neal Stephens, Executive VP of STEP, a K-12 learning intervention. Both are the proud parents of their daughter Elle.
Managing Director
Head Volleyball Coach,
Madison-Ridgeland Academy
Jaime Fisher
Coach Jaime Fisher enters her ninth season as the Majors head coach (2004, 2008-present). Fisher led the Majors to the semi-finals of the Southern Athletic Association (SAA) conference tournament in each of the last three seasons including a championship match appearance in 2012.
In addition to coaching volleyball, Fisher serves as the Millsaps Senior Women Administrator, Title IX Coordinator and Compliance Coordinator. She also represents the Majors on the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) Division-III South Region Committee. 
Fisher (formerly Burns) is a native of Centennial, Colorado and earned a bachelor’s degree in elementary education and a master’s degree in higher education from the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) in 2002 and 2004 respectively. A four-year letter winner, she holds top 10 records in side out scoring in 5 categories; 3rd in total kills in a match, 6th in career total attempts, 7th in career kills, 8th in career digs,  and 9th in career aces.
Jaime and her husband Ta’Boris Fisher (a standout wide receiver at Ole Miss) reside in Jackson, MS with their son, Braxton. Fisher has won several state championships, one regional championship, and a national championship in competitive adult tennis after picking up the sport in 2010.
Director of Coaching​
Head Volleyball Coach,
Millsaps College
Justin Dee
Justin Dee is in his fourth season as Head Volleyball coach at Belhaven.

Over his first three seasons, Dee has rebuilt the Blazers squad and accumulated 33 victories, improving each season.

Entering his 10th season as a collegiate Head Volleyball coach, Dee has totaled 152 career wins. 

Dee spent the 2012 season at Buchholz High School in Gainesville, Florida where his team was a semifinalist in the 7A Florida playoffs.

Prior to arriving at Buchholz High School, Dee coached at Briarwood Christian School in Birmingham, Ala, leading the team to second and third place finishes in the state playoffs. Dee was named the 2009 Birmingham News Coach of the Year.

Dee is no stranger to the collegiate game, having spent time at Lyon College (AR) and Simpson College (CA). Dee coached at Lyon from 2004 through the 2007 and led the Scots to their first ever NAIA Regional Tournament berth.

During his stint at Simpson, Dee was twice named NCCAA West Region Coach of the Year and posted third and fifth place finishes in the NCCAA Nationals.
Assistant Director
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Head Volleyball Coach,
Belhaven University
Raven Scott
Raven, a native of Louisiana, started her volleyball career with Hahnville High School in Boutte, LA. A four-year letter winner and a three year starter, Raven trained as a setter and a right side.

Building on her hardwork ethic and development potential, Raven was recruited to play at Millsaps College in Jackson, MS. Raven excelled at Millsaps early on, earning the honor of Freshman on the Year in her first year as a right-side hitter. Raven continued to grow earning All-Conference honors and the title of captain during her tenure.

Upon completing her 4-years at Millsaps, Raven remained in Jackson and served as the head volleyball coach for a local high school team for two years while teaching and earning her master's degree from The University of Mississippi. Raven then continued to grow her own skill set in 2015, moving to Spain to teach English and playing with a club team. She then returned to Millsaps, her alma mater, to serve as the assistant coach.

Raven now works for Strive, an education non-profit in downtown Wilmington, DE, teaching students to practice the leadership skills she herself had to learn and practice in her athletic teams. All of these experiences are embedded in her coaching philosophy to teach life skills through sports. 
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Leadership Program Associate,
Eric McGowan
Originally from Florence, MS, Eric grew up playing volleyball recreationally in a friend’s back yard. As his love for the game grew, he looked for more opportunity in other states to play at a higher level, eventually pairing with several other elite athletes to compete elsewhere.

Eric began playing competitive beach volleyball in 2015, participating in beach doubles tournaments in Louisiana, Alabama, Florida, and Mississippi, placing gold and silver in several tournaments. Eric continues to play competitively while balancing his work and MS Volleyball responsibilities. After being highly recruited to the club, he joined Mississippi Volleyball out of an interest in raising the awareness of beach volleyball in Central Mississippi. Eric has now coached Indoor Volleyball with MSVB for one season and is head coach for the MSVB beach program.
Beach Volleyball 
Competitive Beach Doubles Specialist
Lauren Markle
Lauren Markle is a native of Peoria, Illinois. She played club volleyball for Sports Performance Volleyball Club for 5 years and placed 3rd at Volleyball Junior Nationals in 2003 and 2005.

Lauren played collegiate Volleyball at the University of Montevallo in Alabama from 2005-2009, where she graduated with a degree in Business Management and was the Volleyball Scholar Athlete of the Year in 2009. Lauren was the Volleyball Graduate Assistant coach at Mississippi College from 2010-2012 while earning her Masters in Business Administration.

This will be her 9th year of coaching club volleyball. She has been giving private and group volleyball lessons for 6 years. She currently works at D1 Jackson in Madison, MS, as the Facility Support Specialist and as the Volleyball Strength and Skills Coach and is USAW Certified.
Head Coach,
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Volleyball Strength and Skills Coach, D1 Performance Academy
Erica Bennett
Erica is from Slidell Louisiana. She attends Millsaps College and will be a Junior majoring in Religion studies/SOAN dual major with a math and theater minor. Erica is a member of the Millsaps volleyball team and was named second team all-conference for the 2017 volleyball season. 

Erica helped coach MS Volleyball Fall Academy in 2017 and has coached many other team and individual camps in Mississippi during her time in Jackson.

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Outside Hitter,
Millsaps College
Molly Boyer
Molly Boyer will be a graduating Senior at Belhaven University in the fall of 2016 where she played 3 years with the Belhaven Volleyball team.  She previously played one semester at The University of Texas at Tyler in 2012.  During her 3 years at Belhaven, Boyer competed in 92 matches, as a middle blocker.

Boyer is originally from Slidell, LA and attended Northlake Christian School in Covington, LA.  There she was a part of a 3 consecutive year State championship volleyball team. During high school, Boyer played for Louisiana Volleyball for 5 years under Jimmy Miranda.  She also served as head volleyball coach for 1 season with Louisiana Volleyball. 
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Assistant Volleyball Coach
Belhaven University
Carly is from Olive Branch, MS and graduated from Lewisburg High School in 2017. She was selected as a 2016 high school all-star, and carried her team to 2 state championships in 2014 and 2016. She played club for 7 years with MVA and Memphis Juniors.

Carly is currently in her sophomore year at Millsaps College, where she is a setter on the volleyball team. She plans to receive a double major in education and religious studies with a minor in history.

Carly Trimarche
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Millsaps Volleyball
Lauren Worrell
Lauren Worrell is the head Coach at Northwest Rankin High School. She is also a PE teacher at Northshore Elementary.

Growing up in Alabama, she played high school volleyball and club in Birmingham. She went on to play volleyball at Faulkner State Community College then transferred to the University of Alabama and graduated in 2016.

She has coached at Eastern Shore Volleyball Club for one year, Club Crimson Volleyball club for four years, Tuscaloosa County High School as the JV coach and assisted at Tuscaloosa Academy.
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Head Volleyball Coach,
Northwest Rankin
High School
Ashley Zamjahn
Ashley graduated from Millsaps College May 2018 with a BS in Mathematics. Currently works for Southern Farm Bureau Casualty Insurance Company as an Actuarial Analyst. This is Ashley’s 5th year coaching for MS Volleyball. Played 4 years at Millsaps College. She was a two time SAA defensive player of the year, three time SAA all conference and two time AVCA all region. She won the Carla Webb Award for Millsaps Athletics, given to the most outstanding female athlete. Totaled over 2,000 digs in her career as a Major, and holds the highest total career digs in the SAA. Originally from New Orleans, LA. Attended St. Mary's Dominican High School and played varsity volleyball and basketball.
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Millsaps College Volleyball Team
Elena Johnson
Elena is from Nesbit, MS, and is an alumna of Lewisburg High School. Johnson comes from a coaching family background: her father is a football coach and her mother is a volleyball coach. While at Lewisburg High she was the starting middle blocker, and led the team to 2 State Championships and 1 Runner-up Title.

Johnson continued her volleyball career playing middle blocker for Tougaloo College and is currently enrolled locally in nursing school.

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Middle Blocker, Tougaloo College
Shelby Marsh
Shelby Marsh is from Dallas, TX, where she played club for 7 years at Skyline Juniors, Dallas Premier, and Excel Volleyball Club. She was also a part of the 2014 State Championship team at Bishop Lynch High School.

Shelby graduated from Millsaps College in 2018 with a degree in Business Administration and a minor in Spanish. At Millsaps, she was a setter for the Majors, playing in 92 matches over 4 seasons and holding over 1,900 career assists. She was ranked 2nd and 4th in conference for assists per set her last two seasons at Millsaps College.

Shelby has been coaching for 6 years and is returning to Mississippi Volleyball after coaching in the 2015 season. She also coaches at high school summer programs and club clinics in Dallas and summer camps at Millsaps College.

Millsaps College Volleyball Team