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Heartland names Frahm as head volleyball coach

July 23, 2019

Heartland Community College has named a Head Coach to direct the new Women’s Volleyball program.

Mary Frahm has accepted the Head Coach position for the Women’s Volleyball program that will debut at Heartland in Fall of 2020.

Frahm comes to Heartland from Illinois Wesleyan University, where she served as Assistant Volleyball Coach since 2014. During her time at IWU, the Titans Volleyball team posted a .752 winning percentage with a 2018 NCAA Sweet 16 appearance. They were CCIW Tournament champions in 2018.

As a collegiate athlete at Lewis University, Frahm was a two-year captain of a top-25 Women’s Volleyball team. During her time at Lewis, the team made four consecutive NCAA DII Tournament appearances with a GLVC Conference Tournament Championship in 2010.

“Coach Frahm has shown excellence throughout her entire volleyball career. She possesses the passion and experience to start our volleyball program and bring it to national prominence,” said Athletics Director Ryan Knox.

In addition to the Women’s Volleyball program, Heartland has added Men’s Golf and Men’s and Women’s Cross Country teams to the current lineup of sports programs. Earlier this summer Josh Edison was named Head Golf Coach, Jeffrey Wells as Assistant Golf Coach and Ty Wolf was named to coach the Cross Country teams.

Written by: Steve Fast