Oakwood ISD has named Danielle Anderson as their head volleyball coach. Anderson, a graduate of Cayuga High School, was an All-State volleyball player in high school before playing collegiately at West Texas A&M. Last year she served as an assistant coach in Amarillo before deciding to take the Oakwood head position and move back home. “I am excited about the opportunity to come to Oakwood and really get the program going. We need to get as many girls out playing as we can.” Anderson said. “The opportunity to come and build something with these young ladies is what I am really looking forward to.” Oakwood Superintendent Russell Holden said this of Anderson, “I have known Danielle Anderson for a long time, and I know her character and what she brings to the table in terms of her volleyball experience and knowledge. Oakwood is very fortunate to bring in a coach of the caliper of Coach Anderson. I know she will do a great job with building our girls program.” Anderson said she is excited to get started and is looking forward to meeting the players over the next few weeks during summer workouts which the UIL just allowed to start.
Oakwood Names Anderson as New Volleyball Head Coach
Tuesday, June 16, 2020