Allsion Stack became a member of the Coker staff serving as Head Men's and Women's Volleyball Coach in April 2013.
In her first season leading the women's team the Cobras went 3-28. On the men's side, the Cobras had a strong year finishing 8-21 on the season. As a team, the Coker men ranked in the top 50 of six major statistical categories in NCAA Division I/II men’s volleyball. The trio of Ricardo Ferrer, Artur Cabral and Leshon Alexander were the catalysts behind the recognition. Ferrer and Cabral both ranked in the top 50 of aces per set, while Ferrer also ranked in the top 50 of digs per set and top 25 of assists per set. Alexander ranked in the top 50 in hitting percentage and blocks per set.
Stack joins Coker after serving as head men's and women's volleyball coach for seven years at Baruch College in New York City. She compiled a record of 148-101 with women along with a 149-73 mark on the men's side. Stack's teams won a combined six City University of New York Athletic conference championships – four by the men, two by the women. She's taken the women to two NCAA tournaments and the men to the Molten Final Four and an NCAA Elite Eight appearance.
In addition to her coaching duties at Baruch, Stack also served as assistant athletic director of compliance and student academic services. Prior to her time at Baruch, Stack was assistant director of facilities and operations at Columbia University. Before that she was managing director of the Long Island Volleyball Association.
Stack holds a Bachelor of Science in business administration from Bryant College and a Master of Arts degree in education from Adelphi University. She was also an adjunct professor at Adelphi.
Stack will relocate to Hartsville with her husband, Justin, and two children, Logan, 3, and Zoey, 1.