SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Bethune-Cookman University Head Volleyball Coach Isaac Raphael announced this week that Brittany Williams has joined the Lady Wildcat program as an assistant coach.
Williams comes to B-CU after two seasons at South Carolina State and replaces Kisya Killingsworth, who has been named the head coach at Delaware State.
“We welcome Brittany Williams to the Wildcat family,” Raphael said. “With her coaching experience and ability to recruit top athletes, she will definitely be an asset to our program.”
Lots of experience
In addition to her time at South Carolina State, Williams also served as an assistant coach at Southwestern University, where she helped that team finish in the American Volleyball Coaches Association Division III top 25 in 2006. She also was the head coach at Westside High School in Houston, Texas from 2008-2010.
Williams also was a head coach and assistant with Junior Olympic club teams in Washington, DC, Maryland, Virginia and Texas.
The Sugarland, Texas native was a four-year starting setter at Howard, where she received her bachelor’s degree in Business Administration in 2006. In 2011, she was one of 12 recipients of the Minority Coaches Scholarships for volleyball.
B-CU opens its 2013 season at the Florida Atlantic Invitational Aug. 30-31.