McMichael grad Carrie Wilson tapped as volleyball coachJan 11, 2021
Maggie Murray, Director of Student Life at Rockingham Community College, is pleased to announce the appointment of Carrie E. Wilson as the new women’s volleyball coach, effective January 2021.
She will succeed David Ragan, who will coach the women’s beach volleyball team during Spring 2021. Wilson’s focus will be to recruit and prepare the team for indoor/court volleyball for the Fall 2021 season.
Wilson is a graduate of McMichael High School in Madison, and received her bachelor’s degree in biology with a minor in English literature from High Point University.
Her volleyball coaching experience includes serving as both an assistant coach and head coach with NC Power Volleyball in Greensboro from 2016 to the present, and as assistant coach of the Rockingham Community College women’s team in Fall 2019.
Wilson is continuing her education to study nursing. She holds several certifications in the health sciences area, and while a student at High Point University, was an undergraduate researcher in the Biology Department and co-authored a published article with a High Point faculty member in the Journal of Microbiology and Biology Education in June 2018.
“We’re so excited to have Carrie step into the roll as head volleyball coach for our Lady Eagles. In addition to bringing a vast knowledge of volleyball, she brings energy, excitement, and passion. Our Lady Eagles will be flying high with her leadership,” Murray said.
“I am honored to be getting the opportunity to coach and rebuild the volleyball program at Rockingham Community College,” Wilson said. “I am excited to see where we can take the program and cannot wait to get started.”