|Head Coach/ Assistant Athletics Director /Senior Woman Administrator
|Phone: (605) 394-2643
Tiffany McCampbell enters her sixth season as the South Dakota
School of Mines Head Volleyball Coach. In 2011, she led the Hardrockers
to a 25-7 overall record, finishing with the second highest win
percentage (84%) in Hardrocker Volleyball program history.
In addition, this team produced a 15-match win streak during the 2011
campaign. It was a vast improvement in the Hardrockers' record from
the 2009 and 2010 seasons in which the team finished with records of
9-19 and 10-18 respectively.
During Coach McCampbell's time at SD Mines, her teams have been awarded the AVCA Team Academic Award five years in a row.
During the 2007 and 2008 seasons, McCampbell was the head volleyball
coach at Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph, Mo. In 2007,
her team qualified for the MIAA Conference Tournament. Prior to MWSU,
she was the head coach for two seasons at Oakland City University in
Oakland City, Ind. In 2006, they were the NCCAA Mid East Regional Champions, qualifying
for the 2006 NCCAA National Tournament. Coach McCampbell's 2006
recruiting class took the OCU program from a 3-21 mark in 2005 to a
16-13 mark in 2006, as well as a sixth- place finish during the 2006
NCCAA National Tournament. In addition, the 2005 team received the
AVCA/Game Plan Team Academic Award with an overall team GPA of 3.6.
Tabbert was head coach of the Lady 'Rockers from 2003-2006.
The program improved steadily during his tenure, culminating with a 16-win
season in 2006 that represented the program's second highest season winning
percentage in the previous decade.
Overall, Lady Hardrocker players during his tenure earned one
third-team All-American selection,
one conference Most Valuable Senior designation, four all-conference selections, eight
conference player-of-the-Week honors, three region
Player-of-the-Week awards, five All-America scholar
athlete awards, and 25 conference
Tabbert comes back to SD Mines from Cameron University, (Okla.) where he served as head
coach for three seasons (2011-13). Although he was the program's sixth
head coach in a seven seasons, Tabbert's impact on the Cameron program was
Despite being picked to finish last in the pre-season conference
poll, his first squad at Cameron more than doubled the number of conference
wins from the previous season and earned the program's first conference
tournament bid in four years.
During his tenure in Oklahoma, Cameron players earned seven all-conference designations,
garnered multiple conference Player-of-the-Week awards and tied or broke multiple Cameron individual
Previous to that, Tabbert spent four years at the University of
Nebraska at Kearney (2007-10), where he was assistant coach. While at UNK, the
an overall record of 129-17 and a conference record of 71-4 including four
championships, two conference tournament championships, four NCAA tournament
appearances, and final national rankings of No. 19, No. 6, No. 12 and No. 5.
From 2001-02, Tabbert was head coach at Hastings College in
Hastings, Neb., before beginning his
first head coaching job at Methodist University in Fayetteville, NC, in 1998.
"Doug has done it all," McCampbell said. "He's been
involved with volleyball for quite some time and has seen the sport at every
level. Doug was able to help build the Hardrocker program the last time he was
here and will help do it again as we continue to be competitive at the Div. II
Coach Tabbert holds B.S. degrees in Psychology and Business
Administration from Baker University (Kansas) and a Master's degree in
Development Kinesiology from Bowling Green State U. (Ohio).
Tabbert is a native of Perry, Kansas and has coached 17
all-conference and 12 all-academic conference players, 10 all-region players,
and seven All-Americans. He
replaces Jennie Malone, who served as assistant volleyball coach for the Lady