|Title:||Senior Women's Administrator and Head Volleyball Coach|
|Education:||M.S., Athletic Training, California University of Pennsylvania; B.S., Athletic Training, Alderson Broaddus College|
Latonia Brady joined the Huntingdon coaching staff as head volleyball coach in January 2015.
Brady led the Hawks to a 15-20 record in her first season and led Huntingdon to nine wins in its final 13 matches. A total of 15 players earned Academic All-Conference honors during Brady’s first season.
Before Huntingdon, Brady coached at the Division II level and in the National Christian College Athletic Association.
Brady spent the 2014 season at Emmanuel College. She helped the fourth-year program transition from NAIA to NCAA Division II. The Lions were 12-16 during their first season in Division II and led the Conference Carolinas in blocks per set and were second in total blocks. Five of her players earned Academic All-Conference honors.
Prior to Emmanuel, Brady served as head volleyball coach, head athletic trainer and adjunct professor at Tennessee Temple. She also served as the NCCAA Mid-East Region Chair.
Brady began her coaching career at Division II Davis & Elkins College. Coming off of an eight-win season in 2007, she helped lead the Senators to back-to-back 20-win seasons. She led her team to a pair of first-round victories in the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, including the first conference tournament win in program history.
Brady earned her M.S. in athletic training at California University of Pennsylvania and her B.S. in athletic training at Alderson Broaddus College.
At Alderson Broaddus, she was a two-time All-Region performer, four-time All-Conference selection, conference Freshman of the Year and conference Player of the Year.