Selina Slate will begin her 22nd season leading the Toccoa Falls College Women’s Volleyball program. Over the last 21 years, Coach Slate has brought stability and success to the program, both on and off the court.
The 2015 season saw great success for the volleyball program as Coach Slate made a return trip to the NCCAA Division II National Tournament by receiving an at-large bid. After finishing the regular season 20-12, the program made an appearance in the NCCAA Division II South Regional Championship game, where they fell to the Regional Champion, Pensacola Christian College.
Throughout her career, Coach Slate owns a 324 – 288 win/loss record. She’s been named the NCCAA Division II South Region Coach of the Year twice (2002, 2015) and is a two-time AVCA Victory Club Award recipient. Coach Slate has coached seven of her players to received All-American honors, including her daughter, Bethany Slate Brock, who was a four-time NCCAA First Team All-American. She has also coached over 40 NCCAA All-Region players and over 25 NCCAA Scholar-Athlete recipients throughout her career. In 1996, Coach Slate received the prestigious Toccoa Falls College Eagle O’Fame Award.
Coach Slate has also served the NCCAA as the South Region Volleyball Chair on multiple occasions and is currently serving as the NCCAA Division II Volleyball National Vice-Chair.
Coach Slate received her AA Degree from Toccoa Falls College, where she also played volleyball for two years. During those two years, she set the TFC record for most kills in a single season, until the record was broken in 2012 by her daughter, Bethany. She then received her Bachelor’s Degree from Corban University in 2004 and then her Master’s Degree from Valdosta State University in 2009. Coach Slate also serves as the Assistant Library Director at TFC.