Angela Mills '95
||Entering her 19th season, head coach Sue Everden has molded the Amherst volleyball program into one of the finest in the nation, guiding the team to a 399-174 overall record entering the 2004 season, 15 postseason appearances, three consecutive NCAA Tournament berths (from 1998 to 2000) and back-to-back NESCAC Championships (1999 & 2000), twice earning NESCAC and New England Region Coach of the Year honors along the way. After graduating from Slippery Rock University, Everden completed her master's degree at Springfield College and has spent the next 25 years coaching a variety of sports at several colleges, including Clarkson University, the United States Coast Guard Academy and her ongoing tenure at Amherst. In addition to her duties on the volleyball court, she guided the Amherst softball team to four consecutive postseason appearances (from 1999 to 2002) and has twice been named NESCAC Softball Coach of the Year in just five seasons as head coach. Everden also serves as an assistant athletic director for the college.
Sue Everden's Career Coaching Record
Angela Mills '95 begins her second stint as an Amherst assistant after serving as the head volleyball coach at NESCAC rival Trinity College, where she led the Bantams to 33 wins over three seasons. She began coaching after graduating from Amherst in 1995 through the collegeís prestigious Hitchcock Fellowship for athletic excellence and leadership, working with the volleyball, womenís basketball and womenís lacrosse teams. She then hired on as the head volleyball coach at nearby Mount Holyoke College and as a womenís lacrosse assistant at Springfield before accepting a trio of high school assignments at the Northfield Mount Hermon School in Northfield, Mass., Miss Porterís School in Farmington, Conn. and the Stoneleigh-Burnham School in Greenfield, Mass. A Columbus, Ohio native, Mills captained both the volleyball and womenís lacrosse teams at Amherst and earned all-league honors in volleyball.