Creston — Casey Quiggle, a native of southern California, was announced Feb. 1 as head coach of the Southwestern Community College women’s volleyball program.
Quiggle, who comes to Southwestern from the University of Jamestown in Jamestown, ND, has a broad athletics resume including 14 years of coaching experience. In his most recent position at the University of Jamestown, Quiggle was the assistant women’s volleyball coach. This past fall, the program finished the season ranked 15 after making it to the Sweet 16 at nationals. Prior to that, he was the head boys’ varsity volleyball coach at Aliso Niguel High School in Aliso Viejo, CA, for three years. During his time with the varsity team, they won two league championships and a state title. Quiggle, who spent seven years total at Aliso Niguel, also served as an assistant varsity girls volleyball coach, junior varsity girls volleyball coach, and head freshmen volleyball coach during his time there. In addition, he has coached and exceled at club volleyball for a number of years.
Southwestern Athletic Director Todd Lorensen said the college is excited to be gaining Quiggle as a part of Southwestern athletics and the Spartan family.
“Coach Quiggle has many years of experience in volleyball and a passion to lead a collegiate program,” Lorensen said. “His background and determination will be a great combination to build on the momentum of our volleyball program.”
Quiggle has a bachelor’s degree in political science from Central College in Pella, as well as a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Phoenix in Phoenix, AZ, and a master’s degree in coaching and athletic administration from Concordia University in Irvine, CA.