Da’Nesha Miller (aka Dee) is the Graduate Assistant Coach at Fayetteville State University where she accumulated many collegiate accolades. Da’Nesha has coached club volleyball for 5 years now and also coached one year as a High School Coach where she won a championship in 2020. Da’Nesha has a wide breadth of experience working with players as young as nine to now college athletes. She loves running one-on-one sessions with players to help them to improve their technique and game. At her prior clubs, Da’Nesha designed individual and small-group lesson plans, aiming to support existing competencies and foster the cultivation of new ones.
In 2017, Da’Nesha began her collegiate career at NC Central, was an immediate starter, and was picked as a captain during her freshman year. She finished her studies and athletic career at Fayetteville State where Da’Nesha was named Female-Athlete of the Year and nominated for NCAA Woman of the Year. While at Fayetteville, Da’Nesha received multiple Food Lion Athlete of the Week Accolades, won back to back CIAA Championships, and was named back to back Conference Tournament MVP.
Da’Nesha was born and raised in Hilton Head Island, SC. During high school, Da’Nesha won the South Carolina State Championship in 2015. Da’Nesha is super excited to re-unite with JP and Emma and help better the futures of every young athlete she can!