Steph Remley joined BSU prior to the 2021 season as an assistant coach.
Remley helped the Beavers to excel in the classroom behind six 2021 Fall NSIC All-Academic Team selections, including Ashley East, Rylee Pompa, Maddie Mackinac, Meeghen Dahlager, Taylor Kot and Annie Hopp. Mackinac also earned a selection to the 2022 NSIC Myles Brand All-Academic with Distinction Award.
Remley joins the BSU volleyball program after serving as an assistant coach in the St. Cloud State University volleyball program for nearly two seasons. During her time at SCSU, the Huskies were ranked as high as ninth nationally and posted a 9-1 record during the 2021 spring season. She had a hand in practice planning, facilitating team-building activities, and evaluating and recruiting potential student-athletes. In addition, she handled the bulk of the video and technological coaching duties for the staff.
Prior to joining St. Cloud State, Remley served as the head coach and program director of volleyball at Providence Academy in Plymouth, Minn. from 2018 to 2019, where she directed the middle school and upper school programs, while coaching the varsity level. During this time, Remley led the program to its best record (17-9) and highest section seed (fourth) in school history. She also helped outside hitter Kate Neill earn American Volleyball Coaches Association All-Region honors in 2019. Prior to coaching at Providence Academy, she served St. Louis Park High School as an assistant coach from 2015 to 2017.
Remley has coached club volleyball for six years and continues as a coach at MN Select. She is USAV CAP I certified, and a 2019 recipient of the AVCA 30 Under 30 High School coaching award. In the summer of 2019, Remley was an apprentice coach with the USA Volleyball High Performance program, and in 2020 was named the North Country Region AVCA U16 Girls’ Coach of the Year.
Steph is a St. Cloud State graduate, a Wayzata High School alumna, and played juniors volleyball at Minnesota One and Crossfire Volleyball.