The Baldwin Wallace University volleyball program is one of the finest in NCAA Division III. Each year, the goal is to win the prestigious Ohio Athletic Conference title and return to the NCAA Division III national tournament.
The program is continually striving for excellence by stressing the development of the complete volleyball athlete capable of executing the basic skills to the highest degree. The goal is to develop each young woman into the best person she can be both academically and athletically.
To achieve excellence, the BW volleyball athlete is asked to be self-disciplined and unselfishly dedicated in order to place the goals of the team ahead of any personal recognition. However, the ultimate objective is the growth and maturity of each individual student-athlete through the medium of sport.
The Ohio Athletic Conference and Division III
Baldwin Wallace University women participate in the 10-team Ohio Athletic Conference. Considered to be among the finest NCAA Division III conferences in the national, the OAC offers competition in 21 sports for men and women.
Annually, OAC volleyball teams have been among the best in the Great Lakes Region and in the NCAA Division III national rankings. The winner of the prestigious OAC Tournament receives an automatic berth in the Division III National Tournament.
Annually, the Yellow Jackets are a challenger for both the OAC regular season and OAC Tournament titles. Since 2000, BW has won three OAC regular season and one OAC Tournament title and last advanced to the NCAA Division III National Tournament in 2000.
- Six AVCA All-Americans
- Seven AVCA Great Lakes All-Region selections
- 21 First-Team All-OAC selections
- Three OAC Freshmen of the Year
- 2006 OAC Player of the Year Angie Camp
- 18 First-Team Academic All-OAC selections
- Seven CAPITAL ONE Academic All-District IV selections