Following a season of progress and improvement, Bailey Dangler will join Capital University Volleyball for her second season as graduate assistant coach.
While assisting, the Crusaders increased their win total by nearly double the previous year’s total and won its season-opening match for the first time in three seasons. The team saw significant increases in attack percentage, assists per set, and digs per set while seeing a decrease in number of attack errors and block errors.
Dangler, a native of Kalida, Ohio, graduate with her bachelor’s degree in exercise science from Bluffton University in May 2017. While serving as a student athletic trainer for various Beaver teams over the course of two years, Dangler was also a coach with the Oiler Attack Volleyball Club out of Findlay, Ohio. Her time with OAVC spanned three years.
Dangler began her collegiate career at Owens Community College (Perrysburg, Ohio) in 2013 where she was a setter and outside hitter. In 40 matches, she produced 127 kills, 77 digs, 17 blocks, four aces, and one assist. Following that season, she signed to play at Bluffton. There she played in 22 matches as a reserve in 2014.
She is working toward her masters of business administration while coaching at Capital.