Acting Director of Intercollegiate Athletics
Combining a passion for providing an exceptional student-athlete experience with thoughtful business acumen, Tiffany Mastin-McCampbell, acting director of intercollegiate athletics, is forging an ambitious path in leading the Mines Athletic program into their membership in NCAA Division II.
Mastin-McCampbell brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to her position, with 16 years of coaching experience, nine as a collegiate head volleyball coach at the NCAA Division II level, three as a senior woman administrator, and two as an assistant athletic director.
Getting her start as the head women’s varsity volleyball coach at Lakeview Christian High School, Mastin-McCampbell went on to coach at both Covenant Christian High School and the Circle City Volleyball Club in Indianapolis, Indiana.
She simultaneously worked as a varsity volleyball coach at Whiteland Community High School and Evansville River City Volleyball Club before switching tracks to take a position in higher education.
During her tenure at Oakland City University, Mastin-McCampbell acted as the head women’s volleyball coach, instructor of social work, and eligibility coordinator for the NCAA Division II Volleyball and NCCAA Division I Volleyball Program, earning the NCCAA Mid-East Regional Coach of the Year in 2006.
She then moved west to Missouri where she would spend two years as the head women’s volleyball coach at Missouri Western State University in NCAA Division II and as a member of the MIAA Conference. Over the course of a single year, she fundraised $10,000 while monitoring and managing a budget of $33,000.
Joining the School of Mines community in 2009, Mastin-McCampbell went on to serve as the head women’s volleyball coach, assistant athletic director, and senior woman administrator, finishing the 2011 season with the second highest win percentage in the university’s history and a 15 match win streak.
Mastin-McCampbell earned her bachelor of science in social work form Taylor University and is finishing her master of science in organizational leadership at the University of South Dakota.