West Fargo hires Kelsey Titus as new head high school volleyball coach

Titus brings eight years of collegiate assistant coaching experience to the Packers

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WEST FARGO — The West Fargo High School Activities Department on Tuesday, Feb. 28, announced Kelsey Titus as the new Packers head volleyball coach.

Titus brings eight years of collegiate assistant coaching experience, with the last seven as an assistant at the University of Jamestown. While at Jamestown, Titus was named conference assistant coach of the year three times and the AVCA Northwest Region Coach of the Year in 2013.

“Kelsey brings a great deal of experience into our volleyball program,” West Fargo Activities Director Jay DeCann said in a press release. “Her passion and love for the game, as well as her commitment to teaching sound fundamentals, will be a huge asset for our students. Kelsey is a tremendous communicator, which will help foster great relationships with our student-athletes and our program stakeholders.”

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