Girls Varsity Volleyball
Meghan Lucas has been coaching volleyball for over 23 years. She is a graduate of Kiski Area HS and received her degree in Elementary Education from Clarion University, where she was a four year starter on the Women’s Volleyball team. Meghan was immediately hired at her alma mater as a teacher and head volleyball coach in 1995. At this time she also received her master’s degree from Clarion in curriculum and instruction. After her move to Butler, she and her husband, Dr. Craig Lucas, began a family, but Meghan continued to coach even though taking a break from teaching to be home with their children. In 2001, she starting coaching for the Butler middle school boys, eventually taking over the reigns as the Girls Varsity Coach. Meghan has been involved with club volleyball since her playing days. Golden Triangle, TVC, P3R, Renaissance and Revolution have been the clubs she’s coached at, taking teams to the National Tournament in New Orleans, Indianapolis, and Minneapolis the last three years. In 2013, she was inducted into the Kiski Area Sports Hall of Fame. After taking a three year break from coaching, Meghan is thrilled to be back at Butler and received Coach of Year for Section 3 in 2016 in her first year back. In 2017, she led the Golden Tornado to the WPIAL playoffs for the first time in over ten years. She is currently a fourth grade teacher at Emily Brittain Elementary, member of the Butler Lions Club, heavily involved with several community service organizations, and clinician for various camps and clinics. Meghan resides in the Butler School District with her husband, Craig, and children, Isaiah, Maria, Gabrielle, Sophia, and Sarah.