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Alana Wittenburg joins the Bearcat volleyball coaching staff in 2013 for her first season as assistant coach. She continues on the Bearcat staff after two seasons as the team’s graduate assistant following a standout career at Drake University.
Wittenburg was a member of the Drake University volleyball team from 2007-10. Wittenburg ended the 2010 season with 764 digs, a Drake and Missouri Valley Conference single season record. Nationally speaking, Wittenburg's season total was the second-highest since the NCAA went to 25-point scoring and unlimited libero substitutions in 2008. Wittenburg left Drake as its single-game (39), single season (764) and career (2,423) digs record holder. For her efforts, Wittenburg earned first team all-MVC honors in 2010.
A native of Readlyn, Iowa Wittenburg holds a degree in health science management from Drake. She is pursuing a degree in applied health science at Northwest.
Alana is the daughter of Barry and Lisa Wittenburg and has two sisters, Alissa and Aarika, and one brother, Austin.