Carroll University, initially Prairieville Academy, is a private, coeducational, liberal arts university in Waukesha, Wisconsin. Its name is in honor of Charles Carroll, one of the signatories of the Declaration of Independence. The university is an affiliation of the Presbyterian Church. Presently, Carroll University is serving around 3,000 undergraduate students and around 500 postgraduate students. Its undergraduate student population has a 35 percent male and 65 percent female students gender distribution. The population is also through a selective enrollment acceptance rate of 72 percent. Carroll University is also a top academic institution. In fact, it is 38th in Regional Universities Midwest of the 2018 edition of the US News and World Reports Best College rankings. In sport, Carroll University fields 22 sports teams in the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin of the NCAA Division III. They are the Pioneers.
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The head coach of the Carroll University Pioneers women’s volleyball team is Becca Saal. She is at the same time the team’s strength and conditioning coach. Coach Saal has an outstanding collegiate playing career which includes a Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Scholar-Athlete award. In addition, Coach Saal is a master’s degree in Sport Administration graduate from the Northern Illinois University. Then, the Pioneers volleyball assistant coach is Preston Saal. And finally, Dillon Hock and Sean Steinhart are the student assistant coaches.