OXFORD, Miss. – As Bre Henry prepares for her first full season as head coach of Ole Miss volleyball, she and the Rebels spent time spreading the word about the ACE Club Thursday afternoon.
All 13 members of the team as well as the coaching staff took time out of their day to build relationships with alumni and donors to grow their programs’ support system.
The Ole Miss Volleyball ACE Club provides a great opportunity to support your Rebels year-round. Funds from the Ace Club are a major component in helping the Ole Miss volleyball program compete at the highest level throughout the SEC and country.
“We are so excited to be relaunching the ACE Club this season,” said Henry. “We are looking to grow the support for our student-athletes and volleyball program. The ACE Club helps us elevate Ole Miss volleyball and will allow us to continue to build something special in Oxford.”
Members who support the ACE Club provide coach Henry the resources to address needs within the program, including updates to facility spaces, specialized training equipment, travel and other unique student-athlete or team building experiences that are critical for recruiting and enhancing the overall Ole Miss student-athlete experience such as a foreign trip.
ACE Club memberships start as low as $100 and members have the opportunity to receive unique benefits and experiences, including behind the scenes access to the Ole Miss volleyball program, volleyball apparel, signed memorabilia and even a pregame meal with the team and staff.
The Rebels’ goal this year is to get as many members as possible and to educate fans on the program, as well as mission and vision. Henry also wants the opportunity to educate supporters on the beautiful sport of volleyball and the fan experience at the Gillom Athletics Performance Center. She aims to create these opportunities by providing open practices and chalk talks during the season.
For more information on how to join and support the ACE Club, visit the link here.
Fans will have 13 chances to catch the Rebels in action in the Gillom Center beginning with an exhibition match against Arkansas State on Saturday, August 19, at 1 p.m. CT.