Simmons College is a private, women’s undergraduate college, and coeducational postgraduate school in Boston, Massachusetts. Its name is in honor of its founder, John Simmons, a clothing manufacturing pioneer. In addition, Simmons College is a proud member of the Colleges of the Fenway. The other members are the Emmanuel College, the Massachusetts College of Art and Design, the MCPHS University, the Wentworth Institute of Technology, and the Wheelock College. Currently, Simmons College’s all women undergraduate student population is around 1,800. This undergraduate student population is through a selective acceptance rate of 64 percent. Simmons College is also among the region’s top-performing educational institutions. In fact, it is 14th in Regional Universities North, 2018 edition of the US News and World Reports Best Colleges rankings. In sports, Simmons College is competing in the Great Northeast Athletic Conference NCAA Division III as the Sharks.
Simmons College Sharks Women’s Volleyball Clinic Organizers
The head coach of the Simmons College Sharks women’s volleyball team since the 2015 season is Scott Grandpre, a Rhode Island native. He is at the same time the Director of New England Amateur Athletic Union volleyball. He is also the Director of RIPP Boston Volleyball Club. Then, the Sharks women’s volleyball assistant coaches are Rossi Fish and Abby Hart. Finally, the team’s athletic trainers are Michael Welch, Shelby Wozmak, and Bridget Quinn.