Assistant coach Lauren Otto shares with the fans the experience of being a student-athlete on the last overseas trip in 2009.
The Prentice Lewis Volleyball Camps will offer a variety of clinics and camps this summer.
Coach Otto can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org in her office at (817) 257-5487.
After only three years away, former Horned Frog Lauren Otto returns to TCU as the newest member of the TCU volleyball staff.
In her first year with the program, Otto saw the team nab numerous program firsts, including taking on the No. 1 team in the nation, sweeping Baylor and defeating the Bears in Waco for the first time and getting a sweep of Kansas State on Senior Night.
Otto joined the Horned Frogs after spending three years as a high school coach in Texas. Otto had stints at Arlington Seguin, Centennial and Richland High School.
She began her coaching career at Texas Advantage Volleyball Club in 2005. In 2013 as a coach with the TAV 17-Blue, Otto helped lead the team to a silver medal in the 17 USA Division at the Big South Qualifier, which qualified them for the USAV Nationals in June where the team ultimately finished 13th. For the last few years, Otto has assisted at the TAV College Coaches Camp by implementing drills and teaching skills to camp attendees.
Outside of club volleyball, Otto began working TCU summer camps in 2007 and worked every summer through 2013. In addition, Otto was also the director and head coach of the Benbrook YMCA Summer Volleyball Camp in 2007 and 2008, where she created instruction for week long camp of basic volleyball skills.
On the court, Otto was a four-year letterwinner for the Horned Frogs from 2006-09. Otto played in 117 matches and appeared in 427 sets, while also helping lead the team to its first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance in 2009. The Arlington native finished her career with 1,126 kills and 1,115 digs, with both marks ranking sixth all-time in program history. Otto amassed 1,324 total points in her career for the third spot all-time, while also posting 37 double-doubles which is good for fourth in school history.
Otto graduated from TCU in December 2010 with a bachelor's degree in communications studies with a minor in education.