Alli Arbogast was named the Lindenwood women’s volleyball assistant coach in March of 2017.
Arbogast was previously the assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Saint Louis University for the past three seasons. Arbogast helped the Billikens to a conference runner-up finish in the Atlantic 10 Tournament in 2016, the best finish since 2009. While at Saint Louis, she coached one All-American, one All-Region selection, three All-Conference honorees, and one Atlantic 10 Player of the Year.
Prior to Saint Louis University, Arbogast served as Armstrong State University’s assistant coach from 2011-13 under Lindenwood head coach Will Condon. She helped the Pirates capture the Peach Belt Conference championship in each of her three seasons. Arbogast coached eight All-Americans, 12 All-Region selections, and 14 All-Conference honorees.
Before Armstrong State, Arbogast played professional volleyball for Societa Sportiva Cuore in Reggio Calabria, Italy. She was the team’s starting middle blocker, earning team MVP accolades.
At South Florida, Arbogast was a four-year letterwinner for the Bulls from 2006-09. She was a first-team All-Big East Conference selection and an AVCA All-Northeast Region performer as a senior. Arbogast is sixth on USF’s all-time list with 430 total blocks. She is fourth on the block assists list with 380. In her senior season, Arbogast averaged 1.49 blocks per set, leading the Big East and ranking in the top 10 in the NCAA.
Arbogast, a St. Louis native, was a standout at Marquette High School, lettering in volleyball and basketball all four years along with winning numerous team, tournament, and conference awards.
Wylie came to Lindenwood in July 2018 as an assistant coach after completing her playing career with the Lions.
Wylie's primary responsibilities at Lindenwood will be with the video and statistical elements of the program. Additionally, she will help coordinate practice plans and help coach the team's hitters. Wiley also will assist the coaching staff in all recruiting efforts.
Wylie played her senior season with Lindenwood and was the team's top hitter. She recorded a team-best 2.85 kills per set while hitting .257. Wylie also recorded 63 total blocks (.53 per set). Her 336 kills in 2017 are the most in a single season in Lindenwood NCAA history. Wylie earned first-team All-MIAA honors, the first Lion to achieve the feat in the MIAA.