Dana Henry enters her third season as an assistant coach with Oregon Tech volleyball in 2014. Looking to improve on a 6th place conference finish and a bid to the playoffs in 2013, she will continue her work with the defensive specialists, liberos, and passers.
A stand out three-sport athlete and graduate of Klamath Union High School, Dana went on to play collegiate volleyball at the University of Nevada, Reno. She was a Defensive Specialist/Libero for the Wolfpack from 2004-2007. During her first two seasons with the squad, she participated in the NCAA tournament. Three times she was named to the Academic All-WAC team from 2005-2007.
Dana was awarded the Outstanding Senior Award and was recognized as the Senior Scholar for the School of Medicine when she received her Bachelor of Science degree in Speech Pathology from Nevada in 2007 with minors in Business Administration, Psychology, and Developmental Disabilities. She has a certificate in Massage Therapy from the Kalamazoo Center for the Healing Arts, and a Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Strategic Management from Davenport University in 2010.
In addition to coaching, Dana is the Scheduling Coordinator and NAIA Eligibility Officer on campus. She resides in Klamath Falls with her husband of four years, Gordon Lemmel, and their three pets Luna (dog), Storm (dog), and Twilight (cat).