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Jane Becker

 
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Jane Becker (St. Thomas '04) has served as the Augsburg University volleyball coach since the 2010 season.

In addition to her coaching duties, Becker also serves as the Athletic Department director of community service/engagement.

In her tenure at Augsburg, Becker has guided the Auggies to prominence in the MIAC, one of the toughest NCAA Division III volleyball conferences in the country. Under Becker, Augsburg has recorded at least 16 wins every year, while qualifying for the MIAC postseason playoffs five of the last seven years. In 2013 and 2014, the Auggies were crowned MIAC regular-season co-champions and became an NCAA national tournament qualifier, while Becker was named MIAC and AVCA Central Region Coach of the Year in both seasons. Augsburg also claimed the MIAC regular-season crown in 2016. No stranger to success, Becker came to Augsburg after leading Luther College (Iowa) to the school's first-ever NCAA Division III national tournament berth.

Augsburg Coaching Highlights:
2017: Led team to 19-12 overall record and 7-4 MIAC mark, reaching the MIAC playoff semifinals. Libero Macey Terhell repeated as MIAC co-Defensive Player of the Year and was named an AVCA All-Region honorable-mention honoree. Middle hitter Taylor Linn was named AVCA All-Region and an AVCA All-American (second team) honoree, and setter Morgan Malley earned AVCA All-Region honorable-mention honors.
2016: Led team to 18-10 overall record and perfect 11-0 MIAC mark, winning the conference regular-season championship. Becker earned MIAC Coach of the Year honors for the third time. Libero Macey Terhell was named MIAC Defensive Player of the Year and earned AVCA All-Region and All-America (honorable mention) honors, joining middle hitter Taylor Linn, who also earned the AVCA honors.
2015: Led team to 19-9 overall record and 5-6 MIAC mark. Right-side hitter Ashley Peper became the first Auggie to ever be named to the All-MIAC team all four years, while also becoming the first Auggie to earn AVCA All-Central Region and AVCA All-America (second team) three times each. Augsburg went 4-0 at its own Augsburg Invitational and went 3-1 at the Massachusetts-Boston Invitational.
2014: Led team to 23-6 overall record and a second consecutive MIAC Championship and NCAA national tournament bid. Becker was again named MIAC and AVCA Central Region Coach of the Year in 2014. Three players were named AVCA All-Americans, with Ashley Peper repeating her first-team selection from a year ago, while outside hitter Colleen Ourada repeated as a third-team selection. Setter Courtney Lemke was an honorable-mention All-American for the first time.