Coach Stadler enters her seventh year as the head coach for Sheridan College Volleyball. The past year the Generals finished fourth in the conference and with a 15-17 record. Coach Stadler had two players receive all-region honors and two players receive all-tournament team honors. Stadler also had one player receive the elite award of being named Region 9 Libero of the Year. The Generals also received AVCA Academic Team award for finishing the year with a team cumulative GPA of 3.3. In her previous role, Stadler served as the interim head coach at Black Hills State University, Spearfish, S.D. During her year as the interim head coach, the Yellow Jackets finished third in the conference with a 13-20 record. Coach Stadler had two players make second team DAC all conference and five earn DAC allscholar athlete.
Stadler also served as the head assistant coach for the Yellow Jackets from 2008-2010. While she was the assistant coach, the Yellow Jackets were backto- back Dakota Athletic Conference champions and went to the NAIA national tournament for two consecutive years. Stadler assisted the head coach with the recruiting, strength and conditioning, and development of the program. Stadler finished her senior season at Black Hills State University in 2008. Jennifer was a starter for her two seasons at Black Hills State and led her team in digs per game and passing percentage. Prior to Black Hills, Stadler played for Laramie County Community College.
During her career at LCCC Stadler was MVP, all-conference, all-region and all-tournament teams for two consecutive seasons. Coach Stadler originally from Berthoud, Colo., received her Bachelor of Science degrees in Human Services and Sociology from Black Hills State University in 2008. She earned her master’s degree in Strategic Leadership from Black Hills State University in 2011. She lives in Sheridan with her husband Josh Stadler and their sons Easton (3 years old) and Kanyon (3 months old).