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Cappy Meyer
Cappy Meyer

Hometown:
New Orleans, LA

High School:
Sacred Heart

Last College:
Tulane, '97


Cappy Meyer, a former volleyball standout at Tulane, enters her second season on the Tulane volleyball staff, serving as an assistant coach. Meyer assists in all areas of coaching, specifically serving and setting, as well as assisting in recruiting duties.

Prior to her position at Tulane, Meyer served as an assistant coach to Betsy Becker Ferrer for two seasons at the University of New Orleans. Meyer, a New Orleans native, played two seasons at Duke University before transferring and completing her eligibility at Tulane from 1994-95. She earned a Bachelor's Degree in exercise and sport science from Tulane in May of 1997.

Meyer had a successful collegiate career, playing at both Duke and Tulane. In her two year career at Tulane, Meyer totaled 1,740 assists, which is the second highest for any setter in Tulane volleyball history. Meyer is currently ranked fourth in assists in a single season, after recording 1,193 during her senior campaign in 1995. Against Marquette in 1995, Meyer recorded a career high 64 assists and the sixth highest number of assists recorded in a single match. Tulane went 20-9 in her first season on the squad, the Green Wave's last 20-win season.

While at Duke, Meyer ranked eighth in Division I and first in the Atlantic Coast Conference in assists per game as a freshman and a sophomore. She started all 31 matches and helped lead Duke to a 26-5 record and the ACC regular-season and tournament titles as a freshman in 1992, and set several single-season and career records as a sophomore in 1993. During Meyer's sophomore season, the Blue Devils made an NCAA Sweet 16 appearance. Her Duke career total of 2,710 assists are fifth best in school history.

As a standout prep player in New Orleans' Sacred Heart, Meyer was a "Fab 50" selection by Volleyball Monthly magazine and was featured in Sports Illustrated's "Faces in the Crowd." She was also named the Class 2A most valuable player in state tournament and was voted the state's all-class MVP by the coaches' association.