Angie Boldt Athletics
Hometown: St. Paul, Neb.
Alma Mater: University of Nebraska
Angie Boldt was immediately named an assistant on her husband Ben’s staff on Dec. 19, 2017. She will officially begin her duties at Concordia University on Jan. 8, 2018. In addition to her coaching role, Angie will instruct classes and assist in athletic communications.
Most recently, Angie spent two seasons as the head coach at NCAA Division III Hendrix College in Conway, Ark. During the two-year stint, Angie and Ben won the 2016 Southern Athletic Association championship and coached three All-Americans, three All-South Region selections, five first team all-conference choices and four second team all-conference award winners. In 2016, she earned the conference coach of the year award and coached Sara Dyslin to All-American, Academic All-American and conference player of the year awards.
A native of St. Paul, Neb., Angie has 12 years of experience at the NCAA Division I level. She broke into the coaching profession as a student assistant in volleyball operations at the University of Nebraska. She moved on to become a graduate assistant in volleyball operations at the University of Alabama (2006-08). Angie’s next stop landed her in Iowa City as the Director of Volleyball Operations (2008-13) and then as an assistant coach (2013-14) at the University of Iowa. She proceeded on to the University of Arkansas (2014-15) as an assistant and then assisted Nebraska Wesleyan University (2015-16) before shifting to head coach at Hendrix.
While at Iowa, Angie coached 29 Academic All-Big Ten selections. She also mentored two All-SEC performers at Arkansas, two All-GPAC choices at Nebraska Wesleyan and helped the Huskers to two Big 12 titles and a NCAA Final Four appearance. Angie has also worked with major club programs in the Lincoln, Omaha and Iowa City areas. Additionally, she serves on the AVCA Head Coaches Committee and mentors coaches through the AVCA Mentoring program.
Ben and Angie have a son Brady, who was born in October 2015. Angie graduated from Nebraska with a degree in Education and Human Sciences in 2006 and earned a master’s in Sport Management from Alabama in 2008.