North Carolina A & T Volleyball Camp
Head Coach / Camp DirectorHal Clifton
Hal Clifton became the ninth head coach in the history of the North Carolina A&T volleyball program on August 2, 2011 when Director of Athletics Earl Hilton announced his signing. He came to A&T with the charge of leading the Aggies back to the success they enjoyed during the 1990's and early 2000's. Clifton enters his fourth season and has made tremendous strides with the Aggies program.
During the 2014 season, the Aggies made their second consecutive appearance in the MEAC tournament. A&T posted a 6-4 record in the southern division and earned the third seed in the tournament where it fell 3-2 to Howard. The volleyball program remained one of the top academic programs at A&T as six student-athletes were named to the MEAC All-Academic team (Liz Martino, Jillian Nobles, Ashley Johnson, Jasmine Jones, Aleena McDaniel, and Brooke Stamnes).
In his third season with the Aggies, Clifton’s hard work and patience finally paid off. The Aggies made their first appearance in the MEAC tournament since 2007 as the No. 2 seed in the southern division. A&T also secured its first non-conference win since the 2010 season with a 3-2 victory over Alabama A&M on Sept. 6, 2013. Aleena McDaniel was named a 2013 third-team All-MEAC after leading the Aggies in kills (280). Clifton has also stressed academics during his tenure at A&T. McDaniel, along with Ashley Johnson, Jasmine Jones, and Brooke Stamnes were named to the 2013.