Julie Yankus is in her sixth season at the helm of the Southeast Missouri State women's volleyball program. Through five seasons as the head coach of the Redhawks, Yankus has compiled an overall record of 73-88 and an Ohio Valley Conference record of 45-39.
Yankus' teams have competed at the OVC Championship Tournament all five seasons under her instruction. Yankus has mentored six All-OVC Team selections, two OVC All-Newcomer Team selections, and two All-OVC Tournament Team honorees.
In 2012, her second season at the helm of the Redhawks, Yankus guided the Redhawks to an OVC West Division crown. The Redhawks finished 21-13 overall with a 12-4 record in conference play. 2012's record was the best record by Southeast since the 2007 season. Southeast Missouri was picked third in the preseason poll and finished the season first in the West Division and qualified for the OVC Tournament.
Calaeb Campbell enters his first season as an assistant coach with Southeast Missouri volleyball. Campbell will coach the liberos and defense, assist with recruiting, coordinate travel, scout opponents, and assist with video analysis and breakdown.
Campbell most recently served as the volunteer assistant at fellow Ohio Valley Conference institution Tennessee Tech University.
At Tennessee Tech, Campbell was responsible for demonstrating and running a variety of team and position-specific drills. He also aided heavily in student-athlete physical fitness. TTU finished the season ranked second in the league in digs per set and fifth in opponent hitting percentage in the OVC.
A native of, Spencer, Tenn., Campbell has also served as a coach for the club and high school levels. He was the head coach of the MidTN Volleyball Club out of Murfreesboro, Tenn. He spent nearly three years as a site director and coach with the Ethos Volleyball Club.