Gabby Sullivan enters her 1st season as assistant coach of the Triton Volleyball team and will also be working as a Housing Coordinator. Before joining the Tritons, Sullivan was an assistant volleyball coach for Wakefield-Allen in Nebraska.
Sullivan played for the Tritons in 2016 and 2017 where she led Tritons to the NJCAA Division II National Tournament while posting some of the top hitting statistics in the nation...she accounted for 682 kills, the second-most in the nation, averaging 4.49 kills per set while leading team to a 32-11 record and 10th place finish at nationals...also averaged 2.55 digs per set and scored 767 points, the second-most in the country...named AVCA First Team All-American in 2017, becoming the first Triton player to ever receive First Team All-American honors...holds single season school record for kills and attacks along with 43 kills in a single match...during her two years at Iowa Central, Sullivan averaged 3.62 kills and 1.87 digs per set while winning 59 matches.
In 2018 Sullivan joined the Wayne State College volleyball team in Nebraska where she was limited to 10 matches and 13 sets played due to injury...averaged 0.85 kills and 0.23 digs per set.
Sullivan is from Allen, Nebraska where she attended Allen Consolidated School. She was a three-sport standout in volleyball, basketball and track and field...she was a three-time All Lewis and Clark Conference First Team selection in basketball, was First Team All-Conference in volleyball twice and was a Class D State Track qualifier three years in the high jump and once in the triple jump, placing seventh in the state as a junior in the high jump.