Angelos named interim head coach for Sabre women’s volleyball program

April 20, 2018

Marian University athletics has announced that Sarah Angelos has been named the interim head coach for the Sabre women’s volleyball program.

Angelos has spent the past three seasons as an assistant coach for both the men’s and women’s volleyball programs handling recruiting responsibilities.  Along with her responsibilities with both volleyball programs, she has also served as the coordinator of external relations.  Her primary responsibilities have been promoting athletic events, alumni relations, department fundraising, and development of a new student-incentive program.  Angelos has also served as a key leader for the Marian Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) during her current tenure.

A 2014 graduate of Northern Illinois University, Angelos studied business administration and communications and also earned her masters in organizational leadership from Marian. While at NIU, she was a four-year starter on the women’s volleyball program earning All-Conference athletic and academic accolades her last three years as a Huskie along with serving as a team captain in her senior year. Upon graduation from NIU, Angelos played professional women’s volleyball overseas in Denmark for Brondby Volleyball Club. Angelos was actively involved with NIU’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) and volunteered at the Salvation Army, local elementary schools, and Red Cross Blood Drives.

“I am incredibly grateful to be given the opportunity to lead the Sabre women’s volleyball program,” commented Angelos.  “I’ve learned so much from Coach Huebel over the past 3 seasons and I’m thankful to have her as a mentor. I am ready to work to take this program to the next level to be competitive in conference and on the national level. The team is excited about the future and we are working to bring in top-level recruits to help build the program up.”

In addition to her volleyball experience, Sarah has worked at Lake Heart Specialist, Waikato Enterprises, Kane County Junior Volleyball Club, and numerous athletic and volleyball camps.