Neumann Volleyball Camps

Neumann Volleyball Camps

Head Coach Alicia MacGlaughlin

Alicia MacGlaughlin begins her fourth season at the helm of the Neumann University Women’s Volleyball team in 2017.

During the 2016 season, the Knights went 18-18 overall and made an ECAC Tournament appearance. Rachel Cray was named the CSAC Rookie of the Year. Five Knights were named to the CSAC All-Conference team, Rachael Hoffman, Rachel Cray, Melanie Malseed, Hayley Glah, and Shayne Sullivan.

In her second season, Neumann went 16-20 overall and finished as the CSAC Runner-up. Rachael Hoffman was named the CSAC Rookie of the Year.

In her first season, the Knights went 23-14 overall and was the CSAC Runner-up. Neumann also received a bid to the ECAC Tournament. Kelsey D’Imperio was named the CSAC Player of the Year. Coach MacGlaughlin’s overall record is 57-52 in three seasons at Neumann.

Prior to becoming head coach, MacGlaughlin was an assistant coach for the Knights for three seasons. MacGlaughlin assisted in planning and conducting daily practices, aiding in recruitment and conducting in season conditioning workouts. Neumann has competed in the CSAC postseason all six seasons in which MacGlaughlin has been with the team.

MacGlaughlin was an assistant coach at Ridley High School for seven seasons before joining NUVB.  She has also coached club volleyball for the past 11 seasons; seven seasons with Mystique Volleyball Club, two with Synergy Volleyball Club and the most recent season at East Coast Power Volleyball Club.

MacGlaughlin was a four-year starter and a two-year captain at Widener.  She was the first player in school history to obtain 1,000 career kills.  MacGlaughlin is still currently the school record holder for kills in a season.  MacGlaughlin was selected as Rookie of the Year in her freshman year and most valuable player in her junior season.  She was also named to the AVCA Mid-Atlantic Region, the MAC All-Academic Team and to numerous All-Tournament teams during her career.

MacGlaughlin is a 2004 graduate from Widener University graduating with a BS is Mathematics.  She then completed her MS is Secondary Mathematics Education at Temple University in 2007. MacGlaughlin teaches Mathematics at Ridley High School and resides in Prospect Park.