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Melissa Batie

Head Volleyball Coach

Savannah College of Art and Design

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Savannah College of Art and Design

342 BULL ST

Savannah, Georgia,31401

United States

Company Description

The Savannah College of Art and Design is a private, nonprofit, accredited university offering more than 100 academic degree programs in 42 majors across its locations in Atlanta and Savannah, Georgia; Hong Kong; Lacoste, France; and online via SCAD eLearning....more

Background Information

Affiliations

University of Florida

Volunteer Assistant Coach


Education

bachelor

sports administration

Southern Mississippi


Web References(35 Total References)


Savannah College of Art and Design - Staff Directory

www.scadathletics.com [cached]

Melissa Batie
Savannah College of Art and Design - Staff Directory Savannah College of Art and Design Melissa Batie Melissa Batie Head Coach Phone: 912.525.4806 Email: mbatie@scad.edu Melissa Batie begins her second season as the head volleyball coach at the Savannah College of Art and Design. Batie, who will start her 14th season in the college coaching ranks this fall, guided the Bees to a 17-10 overall and to a third-place finish in The Sun Conference in her inaugural campaign in Savannah. Batie comes to Savannah after serving two seasons as the associate head coach at Florida State University in Tallahassee, Fla. With the Seminoles, Batie worked primarily on the court with the middle blockers. Batie joined the Seminoles after one season as head coach at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., where she inherited a team that posted a 4-29 record the year before. Batie began the Sharks' turnaround by improving their record to 6-19 and making gains in several statistical categories. The 2006 NSU team - comprised mostly of Batie recruits - posted 11 wins. The Sharks made improvements in every facet of the game including kills per game and assists per game, which both rose by 20 percent, while digs per game increased by 13 percent. Prior to her tenure at Nova Southeastern, Batie spent two seasons (2003-04) as an assistant at Wake Forest University. During her first season, the Demon Deacons posted a 21-10 mark, the sixth-best record in school history and their .667 winning percentage was fifth-highest. The 2003 edition matched a school-high with 10 ACC victories and finished third in the league, which equaled the 2000 team for the best conference finish. Before joining the staff at Wake Forest, Batie spent two seasons as the head coach of the Gainesville Juniors 16/1 Club Team. Batie also coached Team Florida, part of the USA High Performance Program, that season and took them to the Volley Classic in Utah. Prior to coaching the Gainesville Juniors, Batie served as a volunteer assistant coach at the University of Florida for the 2000 season. That year the Gators captured the SEC regular season and tournament titles on their way to the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16. Before coaching at Florida, Batie was involved with the Northern Lights Volleyball Club in Burnsville, Minn., for three years. During her stint with Northern Lights, she worked as head coach of the 17/1 team and the assistant coach for the 18/1 squad. Both teams finished in the top 10 at the National Open Championships each year. At Northern Lights she coached U.S. Women's National Team member, two-time All-American and 2003 Big Ten Player of the Year Cassie Busse. Batie spent the 1998 season as an assistant coach at Creighton University in Omaha, Neb. The previous fall, Batie spent a season as the head coach at Anoka High School in Anoka, Minn., where she guided the Tornadoes to the 1997 conference championship. After a successful playing career, Batie got her first coaching job as an assistant at the University of North Carolina-Charlotte. She spent four seasons on the 49ers bench from 1992-96 with a one-year stint (1993) as an assistant volleyball and softball coach at Allegheny College in Meadville, Pa., and was Charlotte's interim head coach in the spring of 1997. During her tenure in Charlotte, the 49ers had five All-Metro Conference selections and set 10 match, single-season, and career records. Batie earned a bachelor's degree in sports administration from Southern Mississippi University in 1991. She was a two-year starter for the Golden Eagles after transferring to Southern Miss from Texas Tech University, where she played her first two years. A two-time team MVP for Southern Miss, Batie still ranks in the top 10 on the school's career list for solo blocks and total blocks and is on the single season charts for blocking assists. Born in Detroit and raised in Miami, Batie started playing volleyball in Pleasanton, Calif., where she went to high school.


www.scadathletics.com

Melissa Batie
Melissa Batie Head Coach mbatie@scad.edu 912.525.4806


www.scadathletics.com

Melissa Batie
Melissa Batie Head Coach Phone: 912.525.4806 Email: mbatie@scad.edu Melissa Batie begins her second season as the head volleyball coach at the Savannah College of Art and Design. Batie, who will start her 14th season in the college coaching ranks this fall, guided the Bees to a 17-10 overall and to a third-place finish in The Sun Conference in her inaugural campaign in Savannah. Batie comes to Savannah after serving two seasons as the associate head coach at Florida State University in Tallahassee, Fla. With the Seminoles, Batie worked primarily on the court with the middle blockers. Batie joined the Seminoles after one season as head coach at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., where she inherited a team that posted a 4-29 record the year before. Batie began the Sharks' turnaround by improving their record to 6-19 and making gains in several statistical categories. The 2006 NSU team - comprised mostly of Batie recruits - posted 11 wins. The Sharks made improvements in every facet of the game including kills per game and assists per game, which both rose by 20 percent, while digs per game increased by 13 percent. Prior to her tenure at Nova Southeastern, Batie spent two seasons (2003-04) as an assistant at Wake Forest University. During her first season, the Demon Deacons posted a 21-10 mark, the sixth-best record in school history and their .667 winning percentage was fifth-highest. The 2003 edition matched a school-high with 10 ACC victories and finished third in the league, which equaled the 2000 team for the best conference finish. Before joining the staff at Wake Forest, Batie spent two seasons as the head coach of the Gainesville Juniors 16/1 Club Team. Batie also coached Team Florida, part of the USA High Performance Program, that season and took them to the Volley Classic in Utah. Prior to coaching the Gainesville Juniors, Batie served as a volunteer assistant coach at the University of Florida for the 2000 season. That year the Gators captured the SEC regular season and tournament titles on their way to the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16. Before coaching at Florida, Batie was involved with the Northern Lights Volleyball Club in Burnsville, Minn., for three years. During her stint with Northern Lights, she worked as head coach of the 17/1 team and the assistant coach for the 18/1 squad. Both teams finished in the top 10 at the National Open Championships each year. At Northern Lights she coached U.S. Women's National Team member, two-time All-American and 2003 Big Ten Player of the Year Cassie Busse. Batie spent the 1998 season as an assistant coach at Creighton University in Omaha, Neb. The previous fall, Batie spent a season as the head coach at Anoka High School in Anoka, Minn., where she guided the Tornadoes to the 1997 conference championship. After a successful playing career, Batie got her first coaching job as an assistant at the University of North Carolina-Charlotte. She spent four seasons on the 49ers bench from 1992-96 with a one-year stint (1993) as an assistant volleyball and softball coach at Allegheny College in Meadville, Pa., and was Charlotte's interim head coach in the spring of 1997. During her tenure in Charlotte, the 49ers had five All-Metro Conference selections and set 10 match, single-season, and career records. Batie earned a bachelor's degree in sports administration from Southern Mississippi University in 1991. She was a two-year starter for the Golden Eagles after transferring to Southern Miss from Texas Tech University, where she played her first two years. A two-time team MVP for Southern Miss, Batie still ranks in the top 10 on the school's career list for solo blocks and total blocks and is on the single season charts for blocking assists. Born in Detroit and raised in Miami, Batie started playing volleyball in Pleasanton, Calif., where she went to high school.


www.cornellsun.com

Last week, Andy Noel, the Cornell Director of Athletics, named Melissa Batie-Smoose the Wendy Schaenen '79 head coach of volleyball and Patrick Farmer the head coach of the women's soccer program.
Batie-Smoose comes to Cornell with nearly 20 years of coaching experience at nearly every collegiate level, with a legacy as the most successful head coach in the history of Savannah College of Art & Design, where she led the team to a 81-43 overall record.


Savannah College of Art and Design Athletics - Staff Directory

www.scadathletics.com [cached]

Melissa Batie
Head Coach mbatie@scad.edu 912.525.4806


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