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Title: Head Volleyball Coach
College: Oral Roberts University
Hometown: Round Rock, TX
Shelby Cox joined the FPC volleyball program in February 2019 as an Assistant Coach and after one year, moved up to the Head Coaching position. Previously, she coached at several club volleyball programs including, Wave Volleyball Club, Club One (both in Tulsa, Oklahoma), and Austin Juniors Volleyball.
Cox is from Austin, Texas, where she played at Austin Juniors for 5 years. Her Junior year she placed first at the Lone Star Classic Tournament and won a National Championship in Dallas. Following her high school career she played at Division I Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Oklahoma. At Oral Roberts, Cox started as a Freshman playing middle blocker. Her Sophomore year, Cox earned most efficient hitter for the Golden Eagles with .299 hitting percentage. During her Junior year, she was recognized as Offensive Player of the week after earning 16 kills against Omaha. As a Senior, Cox switched to Right Side Hitter and was awarded All Conference Team at the end of the season.
Shelby earned her Bachelor's Degree in Sports Management upon finishing at Oral Roberts in May 2018 and is hoping to earn her Master's Degree in Sports and Exercise Science in 2023.
Title: Assistant Volleyball Coach
College: University of Louisiana at Lafayette & Louisiana State University
Hometown: Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Joined FPC volleyball in October 2020 as the assistant coach. Previously coached at Cajun Elite Volleyball Club and Louisiana Volleyball Club in Lafayette, Louisiana. Played in high school for Bayou Bandits Boy Club.
I am from many towns around the Baton Rouge area including Prairieville and Gonzales. I spent four years working as the student volleyball assistant for University of Louisiana at Lafayette and earning a bachelor's degree in Kinesiology. During my four years in Lafayette, I joined Louisiana Volleyball Club for one year and then became a coach with Cajun Elite Volleyball Club for another two years. Following graduation in Lafayette, I spent the summer volunteering as an assistant for Louisiana State University’s Indoor volleyball program. After my volunteering I decided to continue working with Cajun Elite part-time as I began my Master’s Degree in Sports Administration in October 2019 at Louisiana state University and finished the program in October 2020.
Shelby Cox Named New Head Women’s Volleyball Coach - 3/24/2020
Borger, TX. – Frank Phillips College has named Shelby Cox its new head women’s volleyball coach as announced by the Athletics Director Dr. Jud Hicks on Monday. Cox becomes head coach after spending the previous year as FPC assistant coach.
Shelby Cox joined the FPC volleyball program in February 2019 as the assistant coach and after one year, moved up to the Head coaching position. Previously, she coached at several club volleyball programs in Austin, TX and Tulsa, OK including: Wave Volleyball Club, Club One, and Austin Juniors Volleyball.
Cox is from Austin, Texas, where she played at Austin Juniors for 5 years earning first place at the Lone Star Classic and winning at National Championship in Dallas during her high school career. Following high school graduation Cox played at Division I Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Oklahoma. At Oral Roberts, Cox started as a Freshman and in her Sophomore year she earned most efficient hitter for the Golden Eagles with a .299 hitting percentage. During her Junior year she was recognized as Offensive Player of the week after earning 16 kills against Omaha. As a Senior, Cox switched to Right Side Hitter and was awarded All Conference at the end of the season.
Shelby earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Sports Management upon finishing at Oral Roberts in May 2018 and intends to earn her Master’s Degree in Sports and Exercise Science in 2023. Please offer a warm welcome to our newest head coach as she begins FPC spring volleyball season.
2019 FPC Volleyball Camp - 07/22-26/2019
Dates: July 22-26th
1st - 5th grades: 8:30am - 11:30am
6th-8th grades 8:30am - 11:30am
Incoming 9th-12th grades 1:30pm - 4:30pm
Cost: $75 per camper *please note this is either morning OR afternoon
Instruction from Frank Phillips College Players and Coaching Staff:
- Serve Receive
- Daily Competition
FPC Volleyball Beats Previously Ranked Odessa College - 10/23/18
FPC volleyball squad defeated previously ranked Odessa College in a five-set conference match on Saturday, October 20. Frank Phillips (10-15; 3-5 WCJAC) has fallen to Odessa College (19-9; 5-3 WCJAC) twice this season already being swept both times. Frank Phillips was tied for 4th in conference with 2-5 record while Odessa was tied for second with a 5-2 record. While FPC has struggled with multiple injuries this season, freshman Cloie Waldrop in just her second match back from a five week ankle injury had 17 kills hitting .300 for the match while freshman Paxton Patterson had a double-double with 15 kills and 10 digs. Sophomore middle blocker Denise Elder added 9 kills. Sophomore Sameshly Torres had just her second double-double this year with 13 kills and 10 digs. Freshman setter Jordan Kellogg led the offense with 55 assists and adding 17 digs for her 8th double-double on the year. Freshman libero Breuklyn McDaniel added 30 digs while freshman defensive specialist Jayda Nelson contributed 19 digs.
After losing set one 25-16, the Lady Plainsmen pushed back leading the match until a strong push after an Odessa 20-17 timeout to tie the game and eventually take the second set 26-24. The Lady Plainsmen persevered and took the next three sets 25-19, 25-18, and 15-9. The win comes after a win Wednesday night on the road at Clarendon College.
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Frank Phillips College Lady Plainsmen
2015 WJCAC Division I Champions
2015 Third in GPA with 3.59 for NJCAA Division I
2015 Three WJCAC All-Conference Players
2015 One WJCAC Honorable Mention All-Conference Player
2015 Twelve Commissioners’ Honor Roll Students