Erin Baker

Erin Baker graduated from Northwest High School in 1999 where she excelled at volleyball, basketball and track as well as academically.  In high school, she was MVP of her volleyball team her sophomore year, earned various 1st team All District honors 1996-1999, was selected 1st Team all NE Area, 2nd Team all Tarrant County and also selected as a Texas All Star (West) in 1999. Erin attended Ole Miss (Division 1 in the SEC) on a full scholarship where she started as a freshman.  

In 2002 she was an All-Tournament selection at the University of Montana Tournament, Ole Miss Magnolia Invitational and Central Florida Tournament.  She was the Team Captain, and was named to the All-SEC Good Works Team 2002 and All SEC Academic Honor roll in 2002.  She still holds the Ole Miss school record for most total blocks (270) in a career (rally scoring).  While at Ole Miss, she also played 1 year of basketball for the Ole Miss Women’s basketball team.

Erin coached high school volleyball for four years at Lafayette High School in Oxford, Mississippi.  In 2007, she coached her team to the State Final Four and to the Regional Finals in 2008.  She has coached three State All-Star Athletes and three All-Area athletes.  While at Lafayette, she also started a middle school volleyball program.

Currently, Erin has coached club and for several private schools in DFW. During the summer she gives private volleyball lessons. 

Fun Facts: Erin is married to her husband, Trevor, and they have a daughter named Hannah.  

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