Korrinn just finished her 4th year as Head Volleyball Coach at Presbyterian College (PC). In 2012 she was the Head Volleyball Coach for the Spartanburg Methodist College (SMC) volleyball program. Prior to SMC, Korrinn served as an assistant coach/recruiting coordinator for the Clemson Lady Tigers volleyball program.Read More
Korrinn is a native of Lake Benton, MN who helped the Lady Tigers to a record of 95-34 in four seasons. During the 2007 season, the Lady Tigers finished 29-4, won an ACC Championship with a record tying 21-1 conference record, and made it to the 2nd round of the NCAA tournament. The Lady Tigers also made the NCAA tournament in 2008 & 2009.
Before arriving at Clemson University, Korrinn spent the 2004 & 2005 seasons as a volunteer assistant coach with the University of Kansas volleyball team. She helped lead the Jayhawks to NCAA tournament appearance in both years and a 34-27 record.
Prior to her experience at Kansas, Korrinn was an assistant volleyball coach at Allen County Community College in Iola, KS. In her one year with the volleyball program, the Lady Red Devils reached the Final Four of the Region VI tournament. Also in 2003, four student-athletes were named to the All-Conference team and two earned All-Region honors. Korrinn aslo served as Assistant Director of Student Activities while at Allen County.
Korrinn was a double major at Dakota State University in Madison, SD, earning degrees in Business Administration & Computer Information Systems in May of 2003. She also played 2 seasons of volleyball at Dakota State and was DAC-10 Scholar Athlete before being sidelined with an injury. Korrinn earned a Masters of Science in Education at the University of Kansas in May of 2006.
Korrinn currently resides in Greer, SC with her husband Greg and son Evan. Greg is the Head Groundskeeper at the Greenville Drive Baseball stadium downtown.