Camp Director/Head Coach
Stephanie Radecki enters her 14th season at he helm of the UNA volleyball program after taking over head coaching duties in February of 2004. She owns a 299-146 record at UNA with 310-165 career mark. Coach Radecki was Coach of the Year in 2015 and reached the 300 career win mark this 2016 season.
In her first seven seasons, the former UNA graduate assistant coach won three Gulf South Conference championships, one NCAA South Central Region championship and a berth in the 2006 National Championship match. She has also led the Lions to six appearances in the NCAA Division II Tournament.
During her tenure with the Lions, Radecki has been named the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) regional Coach of the Year twice and GSC East Division Coach of the Year three times. She has also coached players who have won all-conference honors 33 times, with 20 all-region selections and seven All-Americans.
Radeckis 2006 team went 35-6 and gave the school its first Elite Eight appearance since 2003. After winning their third straight GSC championship, the Lions went on to claim the South Central title, including a win over top-ranked and regional host Truman State in the semi-finals on Nov. 10. UNA downed Central Missouri 3-0 in the regional championship match, then defeated Ashland and West Texas A&M at the Elite Eight in Pensacola, Fla.
Jennifer McCall enters her sixth season as assistant volleyball coach at North Alabama. The Littleton, Colo., native has 17 years of coaching experience, including time as head coach at the NCAA Division I level.
The former collegiate standout most recently served as head volleyball coach at North Carolina-Wilmington, where she spent five seasons at the helm of the program. Prior to her stop at UNCW, McCall served one season as associate head coach at Gardner-Webb University.
She previously spent three years as assistant coach and associate head coach at Iowa State. She also served five seasons at Auburn as an assistant, the first two as a graduate assistant before moving into the assistant role her final three seasons with the Tigers.
Graduate Assistant Coach
Haley Marett enters her first season as graduate assistant coach at North Alabama. The former libero and defensive specialists at Edinboro University lettered four years before serving as student assistant coach for the Scots in 2015. She graduated in 2016 with a degree in HPE teacher certification/human performance with a minor in coaching.
Marett closed her career at Ediborbo with 2,082 digs, the second highest total in school history and seventh in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) history. As a senior, she reached double figures in digs in each of the 33 matches played, including a career-high 37 on Oct. 11 against Pitt-Johnstown. She was a 2014 second team All-PSAC selection and helped lead the Scots to the NCAA Tournament.
For her career, she averaged 4.52 digs per set and holds the school single-season record with 751 digs set during the 2013 campaign.Marett spent the 2015 season as a student assistant coach for Edinboro. The Scots went 31-7 on the year and advanced to the NCAA Atlantic Regional Tournament.