Harrison HS announces head volleyball coach

Harrison Raiders (Photo Provided/Harrison High School)
Harrison Raiders (Photo Provided/Harrison High School)

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) – Harrison High School’s Athletic Department announced Thursday that Meghan Mohr will fill the position of head volleyball coach starting the 2014 season.

Mohr has coached at the college, high school and club levels for nine years and was an outstanding high school and collegiate athlete. Mohr is a 2005 graduate of Elida High School in Elida, Ohio where she finished her career as an All-State selection. She ranks eighth in career kills for high schools in the state of Ohio.

Mohr played collegiality at Bowling Green State University for four seasons. Mohr will be coming to Harrison from Wausseon High School where she is a teacher and assistant volleyball coach.

“The Harrison Volleyball program will be built on a foundation of excelling in the classroom and on the court or competition.” said Mohr. “My goal would be to include the traditions of the past, while bringing a fresh new outlook to the volleyball program.”

Mohr earned her master’s degree in 2013 and will teach in the Special Services Department at Harrison beginning in the fall.

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