Head Coach Tiffany Stauffenberg
 Tiffany Stauffenberg, a Riverton native, is in her ninth year coaching for Central Wyoming College.  CWC has received Academic Team Honors for eight straight years.

Tiffany has helped place several athletes into four year programs during her years at Central Wyoming College.  She was named WCCAC Volleyball Coach of the Year in 2008, 2011, and again in 2013.
 
As a player, she received two time All-Region and All-Conference honors at Sheridan College. She currently holds the record at Sheridan College for most aces in a season.  Continuing on at Dickinson State University (Dickinson, ND), she played for the first undefeated NDCAC volleyball team and was again a two time All-Region player. As a senior, Tiffany was named to the All-American team. After playing, she remained in North Dakota and coached volleyball and basketball for four years at Richardton/Taylor HS. She later returned to her home state and coached the same two sports at Hot Springs County High School (Thermopolis, WY) for four years.
 
Tiffany and her husband Serol have two children, Demi 11 and Brenon 9.
 
 
Assistant Coach Erin Thornley

A Riverton native, Thornley is beginning her first year as the Assistant Coach for the Rustlers.  A 2009 graduate from Riverton High School, Thornley continued her volleyball career here at Central.  Thornley was a Rustler for two seasons before graduating with a degree in Athletic Training.

 

Thornley continued her education at Oklahoma State University.  While at OSU, she was the team captain for the OSU Club Volleyball team.  

 

She returned to Wyoming after graduating with a Bachelors degree from OSU.

 

Thornley plans to further her education in Sports Psychology as well as continue coaching. 

 
 
 
 
 
Student Assistant Asya Oguz
 

Oguz begins her first year as a Student Assistant after competing for the Rustlers in 

2012 & 2013.  Oguz was named to the All-Conference team during the 2013 season.  

 

Originally from Ankara, Turkey Oguz began playing volleyball at the age of 10.  She attendind Ozel Pi High School and played on various club teams.  While competing with her club teams she won three consecutive 3rd place titles, two 2nd place titlesand three 1st place titles at the Ankara Championships.

 

Oguz is completing her education and will graduate from Central with a degree in Biology, this fall.  She hopes to continue her volleyball career at a four year College or University.

 

 

 

Ladies interested in playing for the Rustlers can contact Coach Tiffany Stauffenberg by email or call 307.855.2322. Interested players are also asked to fill out the recruiting form.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Volleyball Coach

Tiffany Stauffenberg
307-855-2322
Email: Volleyball Coach

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