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Kailee May | Assistant Coach

In July of 2017, Kailee May was named an assistant coach for the Ladyjacks, signaling her return to the collegaite coaching ranks following an impressive six-year span as a head coach at the club level.

An individual who has familiarized herself with the club volleyball scene in the Dallas area, May's most recent stop was as the recruiting coordinator and head coach for the Tejas Volleyball Club's under-16 team. Beginning in 2014, May took charge of a group of 10 players who competed in tournaments around the nation at the highest level of club volleyball. Her 2017 club finished third in the nation at the Girls National Volleyball Championships in the under-16 division.

In addition to her coaching duties for Tejas, May signed on as the varsity volleyball coach at All Saints' Episcopal School in 2015 until the summer of 2017. During her first season at the helm of the program, she led her squad to a 31-11 record and a runner-up finish in the SPC.

May began her time as a coach at the club level in the summer of 2012 by taking command of the LoneStar Volleyball Club. Through her two years in charge of the program, LoneStar advanced to national qualifier championships and USA Junior National Championships.

As a student-athlete, May attended Fordham University in the Bronx, N.Y., and was a four-year letter winner on the Rams' volleyball team. An active member of Fordham's Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, May earned a spot on the Atlantic 10 Conference's All-Rookie Team as a freshman and was named to no fewer than four different All-Tournament Teams throughout her collegiate career.

By the time her collegiate career was a matter of record, May had etched her name all over the Rams' record book. Currently, she still maintains a spot in many of the program's top-ten career statistical charts including kills, attack attempts, kills per set average, service aces, digs, sets played and matches played.

Upon graduating from Fordham in 2011, May relocated to Colby, Kan., for a short time and served as an assistant coach at Colby Community College. Before entering the club coaching circuit, May spent four months in Germany in early 2012 as an outside hitter and assistant coach for the Geraer Volleyball Club - a professional women's volleyball team.


Adler Augustin | Assistant Coach

Adler Augustin enters his second season as an assistant coach for the Stephen F. Austin volleyball team in 2016. Augustin signed on with the Ladyjacks in late July of 2015 and helped lead the team to its 19th season of 20 or more wins.

Under the direction of Augustin and the rest of the Ladyjack coaching staff, SFA landed a trio of players - Jacque Allen, OJ Olson and Justice Walker - on various All-Southland Conference teams.

Prior to his time in Nacogdoches, Augustin spent five years coaching with Austin Juniors Volleyball Club. The 2015 Austin Junior Volleyball Coach of the Year, Augustin led his under-17 Cedar Park team to a national championship in 2013 and third-place result in 2014. In addition, his teams claimed multiple tournament championships.

From 2008-13, Augustin was the head coach of the University of Texas women’s volleyball club team; and, the Longhorns finished in the top-three nationally four times under his command, with national championships in 2011-12 and 2012-13. His teams included a pair of national MVPs and eight first team all-tournament players.

Augustin also spent time as the head coach of the men’s club team at the University of Texas from 2007-09. His 2008-09 team finished fifth in the nation.

Skilled in working with athletes at multiple levels, Augustin also served as the varsity head coach at Austin Waldorf School for the 2012-13 academic year and junior varsity head coach from 2011-12. The 2013 varsity team won the regional championship.

Augustin earned his bachelors degree from the University of Texas in 2007, studying kinesiology and exercise science.