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Lafayette Volleyball to Change Direction

A national search for new leadership is underway

EASTON, Pa. – Lafayette College Director of Athletics Sherryta Freeman announced Wednesday that a change in leadership will take place for the 2019 season as Terri Dadio Campbell will not return after spending the previous 17 seasons as the head coach of Lafayette Volleyball.
 
"I want to thank Terri for her commitment and service to Lafayette College and to the student-athletes who have been a part of the volleyball program," Freeman said. "We wish her the best in her future endeavors."
 
A national search to fill the position will begin immediately and assistant coach Colton Reinholtz will serve as the interim leader of the program.
 
A 1992 graduate of Lafayette, Dadio Campbell took over the program in 2002 and compiled a 164-318 record with the Leopards and 53-197 in the Patriot League. The Maroon and White's best season under Dadio Campbell came in 2006, when Lafayette finished 18-10 and earned a Patriot League Tournament berth.
 
"We will begin a national search immediately and are committed to identifying a strong leader for the future of Lafayette Volleyball," added Freeman.
 
Dadio Campbell returned to College Hill after spending seven seasons as the head volleyball coach at Washington & Lee where her teams compiled a 159-48 record before returning to her alma mater.
 
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