Head Coach: Selina Slate
Education: M.L.I.S., Valdosta State University, 2009, B.S., Business Administration: Management & Communication, Corban University, 2004, A.A., General Studies, Toccoa Falls College, 1997
Professional experience: Selina also serves as the Assistant Library Director at TFC. She has previously worked in the Registrar’s Office as the Assistant for Certification & Scheduling.
- Head Volleyball Coach at TFC since fall of 1995 (entering 21st season)
- Played volleyball at TFC in 1985 and 1986 (Held record for most kills in one season at TFC until 2012)
- Win/Loss record currently 304 – 276
- Honored with the Toccoa Falls College Eagle O’ Fame Award in 1996
- Coach of the Year for the NCCAAII South Region in 2002
- Serves as the South Region Volleyball Chair in the NCCAAII
- Two time AVCA Victory Club Award recipient
- Many years of experience as a club coach and referee in USVA Junior Olympic Volleyball arena and was the Co-Director of Clemson Foothills Volleyball Club from 2004-2006
- Coached two NCCAAII 1st Team All-Americans and four 2nd Team All-Americans
- Throughout the last twenty years, she has coached 40+ all-region players and 25+ scholar athletes
- She has had the privilege of coaching her daughter Bethany Slate Brock from 2009-2012. Bethany is the first athlete in TFC’s history to be named 1st Team All-American all four years of her college career and holds the record at TFC in total kills in a season and total career kills.
Personal information: Coach Slate is married to Kenny Slate, who also works at TFC in the Maintenance Department and was her Assistant Coach from 1998-2011. They have two children, Bethany Slate Brock, 24, who is married to Ryan Brock and living in Toccoa and Josh Slate (18) who is currently a student athlete at TFC. They have three grandchildren, Costner, Allie, and Aiden Brock and are very excited about one more making her arrival in September of 2015.
Coach Slate enjoys watching sports, supporting student athletes and serving others. She especially enjoys spending time with her family and her players.