Golden Eagle Women's Volleyball
Stacie Johnson enters her third season at the helm of the JBU volleyball program. In her two seasons with the Lady Eagles, Johnson led the program to an 36-33 record.
Johnson returned to the Golden Eagles program after graduating magna cum laude from JBU in 1991, majoring in Accounting and minoring in Journalism. As a student-athlete, she competed during the 1989-1991 seasons before returning as an assistant coach from 1993-1996.
Prior to returning to JBU, Johnson served as varsity and junior varsity volleyball head coach of Fred J. Page High School in Franklin, Tennessee. During the 2009 season, she led Page to a 45-9 record, which included winning the district championship, conference championship, sub-state championship, and a runner-up finish in the AA State Finals. Johnson, who is IMPACT certified, also spent two years (2008-2009) coaching an elite team for the largest club in Tennessee, the Alliance Volleyball Club.
In addition to coaching the Lady Golden Eagles, Johnson has also enjoyed directing volleyball camps, as well as coaching club at Ozark Juniors Volleyball Club.
Johnson and her husband Troy, who is also a JBU alumnus, have two children, Brandon and Arika.
Heather Witham enters her second season as the assistant coach of the Lady Eagles. Before coming to JBU, Witham toured with Athletes in Action competing throughout Sao Paulo, Brazil. Prior to this, she was the assistant coach for the Wichita (Kan.) Defenders and helped her team take home first place in its division at the 2010 National Home School Championship in Omaha, Neb.
Witham, who is IMPACT certified, has also coached at the club level.
Witham spent her collegiate career at Tabor (Kan.), where she earned all-conference honors before graduating in 2009 with a bachelor's degree in graphic design while minoring in painting in 2009.