CSC signs head volleyball coach

Marquis

Marquis

Chadron State’s volleyball team signed a head coach to replace Amy Spruieill, who resigned in November after the 2010 season.

Natasha Marquis of King City, Calif., was the graduate assistant for the University of Nebraska-Kearney Lopers since 2008.

During Marquis’s three seasons with University of Nebraska-Kearney, Marquis earned a comulative record of 96-12 and qualified for the Division II playoffs each season.

Marquis was a hitter for Butte-Glenn Community College for two years and played for the University of Albany, the State University of New York for her last two years of college.

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