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Varsity Coaching Staff


Head Coach
Missey Hall

Lambert High School Head Coach- 11 Years

2022 Georgia 7A Coach of the Year

2 Time Region Coach of the Year

5 Region Championships

8 Elite Eight Appearances

3 Final Four Appearances

1 State Championship Appearance

Previous A5 Head 17-3 Coach

Group Fitness Instructor

Previously at Lifetime, OneLife, and The Forum. Group Fitness Director at the Forum Athletic Club.

Southeast Missouri State University

Volleyball Graduate Assistant specialized in conditioning and setter training

Florida Southern College

First Team All American

3 Time All Region

2 Time Team MVP

Team finished 5th and 7th at the NCAA Tournament Florida Southern Athletic Hall of Fame Sunshine State Conference Hall of Fame

Coach Hall is honored to be 
taking over as Milton's new head volleyball coach for 2024.  She has over 24 years of teaching experience at the elementary and high school level.   Coach Hall recently moved to the Milton area with her husband Tyler.  She has two children.  Ally, who is a former A5 and collegiate volleyball player, will graduate in May from GCSU.  Tanner played football at Georgia Southern and graduated from the University of Georgia.  The family is rounded out with a pitty named Simba who rules the house!
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Assistant Coach
Hannah Liable

Coach Hannah Laible is thrilled to join the Milton volleyball program this season as the varsity assistant coach. Previously, Hannah spent four years coaching within the Lambert High School volleyball program and most recently served as a varsity assistant at North Forsyth. Outside of high school volleyball, Hannah spent eight years at Intensity Volleyball Club serving as the Director for the 12-14U teams, master coaching the academy, as well as coaching her own team. 

Growing up in the midwest, Hannah was a multi-sport athlete all through youth and high school athletics. She continued on to play collegiately at Covenant College (NCAA DIII) where she was a dual sport athlete, playing both softball and volleyball. During her time at Covenant, Hannah was team captain for two years and helped lead the team to the program’s first NCAA Tournament appearance.

Hannah has an Interdisciplinary Studies degree with concentrations in Coaching, Youth Ministry and Community Development. She currently lives in Duluth with her husband and their two sons Roman (4) and Sterling (2) and a baby girl on the way.

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