Jodi Lindsay Resigns as Volleyball Head Coach

Jodi Lindsay Resigns as Volleyball Head Coach

After four years of program building and positive contributions to a growing athletic department Caltech head volleyball coach Jodi Lindsay has announced her resignation.  Coach Lindsay has decided to move into the club volleyball ranks.   

“I am grateful for the opportunity to serve as the head coach for Caltech the past four years. This has been a rewarding experience on so many levels and I am very appreciative but it is time to follow my coaching path in a different direction,” Lindsay said. “It’s been a pleasure to coach here and I wish the program and the department nothing but the success.”

“While saddened by the news, the Beaver athletic program wishes her well and appreciates all of the effort given as the volleyball program evolved from a part time club atmosphere into a competitive intercollegiate program,” athletic director Betsy Mitchell said. “The momentum of this program is evidenced in the two wins this year and the multiple close set match battles.”

During her tenure the Beavers set a handful of individual and team school records. Two players highlight those records. Paige Logan will graduate as the school record holder for kills in a career and in a match. Setter Rachel Hess, who did not play high school volleyball, ends her four years with the program with the second most assists in school history.

Coach Lindsay will be in the office collaborating on transition items until November 22 and a national search for our next head volleyball coach will begin immediately.