Camp Staff

Molly Boyer, Graduate Assistant

Molly Boyer, a Slidell, Louisiana native, joined the Blazers as a Graduate Assistant Coach with the Belhaven University volleyball program in the spring of 2018.

Boyer transferred from the University of Texas at Tyler in 2012 and played for the Blazers from 2013-2015, where she was 2-year captain.

After graduating with a Bachelor in Fine Arts from Belhaven in the fall of 2016, Boyer is now pursuing a Masters in Sports Administration. Prior to accepting the Graduate Assistantship, she was an assistant coach for the girls’ volleyball team at Madison Ridgeland Academy located in Madison, Mississippi. Molly currently works as a coach and is the Director of Operations for a local club volleyball organization, Mississippi Volleyball.

Justin Dee, Camp Director & Head Women's Volleyball Coach at Belhaven University

Justin Dee is in his fifth season as Head Volleyball coach at Belhaven.

Over his first four seasons, Dee has rebuilt the Blazers squad and accumulated 46 victories, improving each season. He has coached seven NCCAA Mideast All-Region athletes, three NCCAA Scholar-Athlete honorees and 17 Conference All-Academic winners. Under his direction, the Blazer earned the SSAC Team Sportsmanship Award in 2014 and the ASC Team Sportsmanship Award in 2016. 

Entering his 11th season as a collegiate Head Volleyball coach, Dee has totaled 169 career wins. 

Dee spent the 2012 season at Buchholz High School in Gainesville, Fla. where his team was a semifinalist in the 7A Florida playoffs.

Prior to arriving at Buchholz High School, Dee coached at Briarwood Christian School in Birmingham, Ala, leading the team to second and third place finishes in the state playoffs. Dee was named the 2009 Birmingham News Coach of the Year.

Dee is no stranger to the collegiate game, having spent time at Lyon College (AR) and Simpson College (CA). Dee coached at Lyon from 2004 through the 2007 and led the Scots to their first ever NAIA Regional Tournament berth.

During his stint at Simpson, Dee was twice named NCCAA West Region Coach of the Year and posted third and fifth place finishes in the NCCAA Nationals.