Jenny Lingenfelter is a former Arkansas Razorback. Lingenfelter played for Arkansas in 2000-01, leading the Razorbacks to 37 wins and the NCAA Tournament as the team’s setter. She finished her career with 1968 career assists, a mark that ranks fourth all-time for the Razorbacks. In addition, Lingenfelter’s name is splashed throughout the record books as she holds the career record for assists in a match with 88 against Tennessee in 2000. Lingenfelter earned her bachelors degree in education from Arkansas in 2002 and masters in Sport Management in 2004, Evgeniya “Jenny” Rangelova Lingenfelter returned to the Arkansas fold as a volunteer assistant coach for the Razorbacks in 2008. She is now the Director of Volleyball Operations for the Razorbacks volleyball team. During her high school career she was 3 time gold medal winner at the Junior National Championships at her home country Bulgaria. Jenny was also was a member of the Junior National Team of Bulgaria. Jenny has been coaching with Ozark Volleyball Clubsince 2000. She has been Ozark Juniors Volleyball Club Director since 2004.
Angie Baker has been the Head Volleyball Coach at Huntsville High School since the 2007 season, after serving as an assistant in 2006, which marked the Eagles first state tournament appearance in program history. In her first year as head coach, Angie led the Eagles to a conference co-championship and a runner up finish in the district tournament. She was named the 4A Northwest Conference Coach of the Year during the 2007 campaign and had 3 athletes named to the All State team. During the 2008 season, the Eagles were district runners-up and in 2009, the Eagles were conference and district runners-up. The Eagles have made three consecutive trips to the state tournament under her direction, advancing to the quarterfinals in all three appearances. Angie has produced numerous all conference players and four all state athletes during her tenure at Huntsville. Angie earned a Bachelor's Degree in Sociology from Missouri Southern State University in 1993 and a Masters in Education from the University of Arkansas in 2005. Angie's husband, Ed, is a high school football coach and her daughter Aubrey is an Ozark Juniors player. Angie started as an Administrative Director for Ozark Juniors Volleyball Club in 2009.
Stacie Johnson enters her third season at the helm of the JBU volleyball program. In her first season with the Lady Eagles, Johnson led the program to an 18-17 record.
Johnson returned to the Golden Eagles program after graduating from JBU magna cum laude with a degree in accounting and a minor in journalism in 1991. As a student-athlete, she competed during the 1989-1991 seasons and returned as an assistant coach from 1993-1996.
Prior to returning to JBU, Johnson served as varsity and junior varsity volleyball head coach of Fred J. Page High School in Franklin, Tennessee. During the 2009 season, she led Page to a 45-9 record, which included winning the district championship, conference championship, sub-state championship, and a runner-up finish in the AA State Finals.
Johnson, who is IMPACT certified, also spent two years (2008-2009) coaching an Elite Team for the largest club in Tennessee - Alliance Volleyball Club.
Before joining the ranks of head coach, Johnson worked in the accounting field for six years followed by spending the next few years as a stay at home mom and doing volunteer work.
This is Stacie Johnson's 3rd year of coaching at Ozark Juniors Volleyball Club