ROULHAC TABBED TO LEAD TENNESSEE STATE VOLLEYBALL PROGRAM
Monday, July 12, 2004
NASHVILLE -- Kathy Roulhac was recently announced as Tennessee State University's head volleyball coach by Athletic Director Teresa L. Phillips. "Kathy has enjoyed tremendous success as a coach. She has great national recruiting contacts and we are looking forward to her bringing quality athletes into the program," Phillips said. "We are excited to welcome her into the Tiger family and even more excited about the good things ahead for TSU volleyball." Roulhac comes to the Lady Tigers from North Carolina A&T State University where she served as head coach for the last ten years. She helped the Lady Aggies to three consecutive 20-win seasons from 2000-2002, the school's best ever three-year period. Roulhac also coached a total of 12 different All-Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Players, including five First Team selections. The 1987 graduate of North Carolina A&T State served the athletic department in several capacities over the last ten years, including a two-year stint as Interim Senior Women's Administrator (1996-98) and nine years as the assistant academic coordinator. The 2004 campaign for the TSU volleyball team begins on September 2 when the Lady Tigers travel across town to take on Trevecca at 7 p.m.