|Title:||Head Volleyball Coach|
|Year:||Second Year at E&H|
|College:||Georgia Tech, 1992|
Dan Clotfelter is entering his second season as Head Volleyball Coach at Emory & Henry College.
Last year, Clotfelter led the Wasps to a 14-13 record with a 5-5 mark in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference. He saw Jamie Cockerham and Nicole Tesh named to the All-ODAC Second and Third Teams, respectively. As a team, the Wasps finished second in the league in service aces and fourth in kills per set.
Prior to coming to Emory, Clotfelter was Head Volleyball Coach at The Walker School in Marietta, Georgia. In eight seasons at the helm of Walker, Clotfelter’s squads reached the Georgia State Semifinals on four occasions, the Elite Eight three times and the Sweet Sixteen once. For his accomplishments, Clotfelter was a four-time Area Coach of the Year and was selected as a head coach for the 2006 Georgia State All-Star Game.
In addition to coaching at Walker, Clotfelter has served as Youth Development Director and coach for the A5 Volleyball Club. He was instrumental in building the club from its formation in 2005 to its current membership of more than 300 players across nearly 30 teams.
Clotfelter’s teams have secured bids to four straight USA
Volleyball National Championships and A5 led all clubs with 14 bids
to national play in 2010. His teams have also won three Southern
Region championships, beating top teams from Tennessee, Alabama and
Known as a strong tactician, Clotfelter has achieved a Level II Certification from the USA Volleyball Coaching Accreditation Program. He has presented multiple times at the annual Georgia Volleyball Coaches Association clinic on topics that include practice design, serving and passing.