Erin Truett will spend the 2014 season as a student assistant for the NAU volleyball team after concluding her Lumberjack playing career last season.
Truett was a setter for two seasons at NAU and had her best season in 2013 when she started 11 matches and appeared in 18 matches overall. Averaging 9.19 assists per set, she concluded her career on a high note totaling a career-best 57 assists in NAU’s Big Sky quarterfinal appearance versus Montana at the conference tournament. Truett recorded a double-double at Southern Utah with 47 assists and a career-high 16 digs and was an all-around contributor averaging 1.81 digs and 0.53 blocks per set.
The Goodyear, Ariz. native originally attended Kansas State following a stellar prep career at Millennium High School, but did not play due to injury. She proceeded to play one season at South Mountain Community College earning All-Region and All-Conference honors during her one year in 2011 before transferring to NAU.
Truett has previous coaching experience at the club level, serving as an assistant coach with Surprise Volleyball Academy’s 18’s team in 2012. This summer, she also worked the Surprise Volleyball Academy and NAU Volleyball Camps as a coach.
A two-time Golden Eagle Scholar-Athlete Award recipient, Truett is working towards completing her bachelor’s degree in exercise science.