Tatiana Booth will enter her first season as the Tiger assistant volleyball coach after head coach Donika Sutton announced her hiring July 10, 2019.
Booth arrives at Tennessee State after serving as the head coach at Cameron University for the last two seasons.
In her first season, the Aggies finished fourth in the Lone Star Conference and ranked 17th nationally in blocks per set.
Booth spent four seasons at Vernon College, one as an assistant before being promoted to the head coach position where she compiled a 76-40 record. Her 2016 team went 27-12, 7-5 in conference play qualifying the team for an appearance at the NJCAA Region V North Volleyball Tournament. During her three seasons at VC, she helped her teams finish as one of the top junior college teams in kills and blocks, while helping each of her sophomores move on to four year institutions.
Booth was a two-time All-Great American Conference member at East Central Oklahoma while also earning GAC All-Acadmic team accolades. Booth is listed in the top-10 in the GAC record books in career attack percentage and postseason attack percentage. Following her senior season, Booth spent a semester as ECU's volleyball grad assistant.
Booth graduated from East Central Oklahoma with a bachelors degree in History and a masters in Sports Administration, summa cum laude.