Head Volleyball Coach
Jon Campbell has compiled 13 seasons as a collegiate coach, including 7 at the University of Mobile. From 2007-09, the Lady Rams racked up a combined 96 wins and made back-to-back-to-back trips to the NAIA National Tournament. He owns an overall collegiate coaching record of 300-158 in a coaching career that includes a four-year stint at Cumberland College where he achieved a 106-48 record, and a two-year stint at North Greenville College where he went 21-35.
Since starting the volleyball program at Mobile, Campbell has guided the Rams to a combined 173-75 record, including three 30-win seasons. He was a four-time GCAC Coach of the Year honoree. In just seven years, Mobile has produced 26 All-Conference selections, 7 All-Region selections, 8 Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes, 6 NAIA All-Americans and 4 GCAC MVP’s. Campbell was also named Mid-South Conference Coach of the Year at Cumberland College.
Campbell earned his degree in athletic training from Carson-Newman College, and continued his education at Furman University where he received his master’s in health and exercise science.
Coach Campbell spends most of his time coaching and mentoring players with his wife and assistant, Amber, by his side.