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|Undergrad:||John Brown (1991)|
Stacie Johnson enters her fourth season at the helm of the volleyball program after pushing the squad to a 16-3 start to the 2012 campaign.
Before her return to Siloam Springs, Johnson served as the head varsity and junior varsity volleyball coach at Fred J. Page High School in Franklin, Tenn. During the 2009 season, she led Patriots to a 45-9 record en route to capturing the champsionships at the district, conference and sub-state levels prior to a runner-up finish in the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA) AA state finals.
In the offseasons of 2008 and 2009, Johnson served two years as coach of the Alliance Volleyball Club, the largest volleyball club in Tennessee. When not in season, she currently directs summer volleyball camps in addition to coaching the Ozark Juniors volleyball club.
Johnson's first stint with the Golden Eagle volleyball program came in 1993-96, tabbed as the assistant coach under former head coach and current director of athletics, Robyn Daugherty. As a former player under Daugherty, Johnson participated on the Golden Eagle volleyball team from 1989-1991. Since taking over the program in 2010, Johnson has posted an overall record of 58-49 (54.2 percent).
In addition to completing USA Volleyball's Increased Mastery and Professional Application of Coaching Theory (IMPACT) program, Johnson graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from JBU in 1991.
Johnson and her husband, Troy, also a John Brown alumnus, reside in Siloam Springs with their son, Brandon, and daughter, Arika.