Lindsey Peterson, a former Nebraska Volleyball standout, played a crucial role in helping the team win the NCAA title in 2000. Following her playing career, she went on to coach at Northern Colorado and Virginia Tech before taking on the position of Director of Operations at the University of Nebraska.

As someone who has witnessed the growth in popularity of women’s volleyball in college over the years, Lindsey has seen firsthand how coaches have helped increase game attendance and promote interest in collegiate women’s sports. In a recent episode of the podcast with Dave, they discussed various factors that contributed to this growth and shared stories about the world record attendance for women in sports set last year.

Dave Mullins hosts The ITA Coach Podcast, a platform where he and his guests share valuable information about tennis through open discussions. With topics ranging from current coaching trends to engaging conversations with industry professionals, this podcast aims to provide insightful and educational content for tennis fans. Tune in to stay up-to-date on the latest tennis news and industry trends by subscribing to The College Tennis Coaches Podcast on iTunes or Spotify.

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