Georgia College names volleyball coach

dshirley@macon.comMay 2, 2012 

Georgia College athletics director Wendell Staton announced Wednesday the hiring of Gretchen Krumdieck as the head coach of the newly established Bobcats volleyball program.

Krumdieck has served the past three seasons as the assistant coach of the women’s volleyball program at Division I Davidson College.

“We are thrilled that Gretchen Krumdieck has decided to lead our volleyball program at Georgia College,” Staton said. “She has proven herself as an outstanding assistant coach with tremendous integrity. Her experience as the interim head coach for the Wildcats makes her an asset, as well.”

Prior to Davidson, Krumdieck served as the assistant coach at Buffalo in 2009 and spent the 2007-08 seasons at High Point. She helped lead the Panthers to a 24-7 record in 2007, finishing third in the Big South Conference.

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