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Campbell signs on to play volleyball at Mount Mercy

January 7, 2019
By Allison Graham - Sports Editor (agraham@tamatoledonews.com) , Toledo Chronicle, Tama News-Herald

STC senior Katie Campbell will be continuing her volleyball career after graduating from South Tama. Campbell signed on to play volleyball at Mount Mercy next fall.

Campbell is the daughter of Kent and Pat Campbell. She was a two year starter for the STC Trojans playing the setter position.

"It is really exciting. I can't wait to continue playing volleyball and meet new people and just have more fun," said Campell

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Katie Campbell (center) is standing between her parents Pat and Kent Campbell. Katie will be attending Mount Mercy after graduating from South Tama and will be playing volleyball. Also pictured are Stan Upah, former head coach Amy Dolash, Michelle Bradley and Sarah Weiermann.
News Herald Photo/Allison Graham

She is planning to Major in Elementary Education at Mount Mercy.

"After we visited I new that is where I wanted to go especially for my major and volleyball is a plus," said Campbell.

The Mustangs are coached by Deb Marlin. Marlin became head women's volleyball coach in June 2013 after serving as associate head coach at Mount Mercy since 2006. She guided the Mustangs to the first NAIA national tournament berth in school history in 2015.

Marlin has been involved in volleyball at the high school, college and club levels for most of the past 20 years. Marlin prepped at Cedar Rapids Kennedy and played collegiately at Morningside College, setting single-season and career records for the Cougars and Chiefs.

Marlin previously served as head volleyball coach at Kirkwood Community College, where she was named NJCAA Region V Coach of the Year while leading the Eagles to a top-five finish at the national tournament. She is also an invited clinician at several area summer camps.

The Mustangs closed out their 2018 season with a 20-14 record. They were 7-11 in their Heart of America Athletic Conference.

 
 
 

 

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