A former Loper defensive specialist and libero, Kaleigh Zoucha moved to the coaching bench in the spring of 2013 and serves as the Lopers top assistant coach.
After being a graduate assistant for three seasons, the Lincoln native was promoted to full-time status in the winter of 2015.
Over the past three seasons, the Lopers have gone a combined 84-18, reached three NCAA Tournaments and finished eighth, fifth and 15th in the final national poll.
"Kaleigh was a natural fit to fill our first assistant position. She has grown immensely as a coach in her three seasons in the GA role and I look forward to her continued impact on Loper Volleyball," said UNK head coach Rick Squiers.
Anderson is one of only 27 UNK players to have reached 1,000 career digs, currently 24th on the list with 1,042.
Over her four year career, she played in four NCAA Tournaments and helped the Lopers win four regular season conference titles.
A Lincoln Southwest high graduate, she is the daughter of a coach as her father, Mike, served as head baseball coach at Nebraska for eight seasons. He currently is an assistant at Oklahoma.
In the summer of 2016, she married former Loper football player Kalvin Zoucha.
Graduate Assistant Coach
Stephanie Brand is in her first year as the graduate assistant coach for the Nebraska-Kearney volleyball program.
The Grand Island native began her duties in the summer of 2016.
Most recently, Brand was the assistant varsity and head junior varsity volleyball coach at her prep alma mater, Grand Island Central Catholic. As a player for the Crusaders, she was a four-year starter and a member of the 2010 Class C-1 state champions that posted a perfect 35-0 record.
Brand left GICC as the school’s all-time leader in career kills and was named honorary captain of the Omaha World Herald’s 2010 Class C-1 all-state team. She was named second-team All-Nebraska as a junior.
In college, Brand played for four NCAA Tournament teams at Wayne State and Nebraska-Kearney. She was a part of three Loper teams that won 90 matches between 2012-14. A three-time MIAA Academic Honor Roll qualifier, Brand co-captained the 2014 squad that went 27-4 and tied for the MIAA regular season title.
Brand holds an Education degree from UNK and currently is pursuing a Master’s degree.
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