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Horace hires former Bison Hadley Steffen as head volleyball coach

Steffen was previously a graduate assistant at NDSU and was an assistant coach at West Fargo High School.

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HORACE, N.D. — Horace High School announced Hadley Steffen as the Hawks' head volleyball coach.

Steffen graduated from Grand Forks Red River High School where she was named North Dakota Gatorade Athlete of the Year in volleyball. She played college volleyball at North Dakota State.

Steffen was previously a graduate assistant at NDSU and was an assistant coach at West Fargo High School. She's currently a middle school teacher in the West Fargo school district.

“Through all of Hadley’s volleyball experiences, it is clear she has an extensive knowledge of the game along with a vision of building a successful program on and off the court. Coach Steffen has a great ability to lead and build positive relationships with student-athletes," Horace activities director Logan Midthun said in a press release.

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Midthun had previously served as the dean of students and activities director at Horace High School since its opening in 2021