Coach Liles became the LISD Director of Athletics in 2022. She has been with the district since 2002 and most recently served as Associate Director of Athletics for LISD since 2012

    Coach Liles moved into a district athletic administrative role after serving as the women’s athletic coordinator at Marcus High School from 2011-12. In total, she spent 10 years at Marcus, most notably as the head volleyball coach from 2002-12. As the Marcus head volleyball coach, Coach Liles led the Marauders to five district championships, eight bi-district titles, six area championships and advanced to the regional finals three times. Liles was also a four-time coach of the year winner in 2002, 2003, 2006, and 2010. Coach Liles amassed over 250 wins as a head coach.

    Prior to joining LISD, Coach Liles was the head volleyball coach at Stony Point High School in Round Rock from 1999-02 and was an assistant volleyball and track coach at Amarillo High School from 1995-99 where she won a volleyball state championship in 1998.

    Coach Liles was a standout volleyball player at Amarillo HS where she was a TGCA  all-star and won a state championship her junior year in 1988 – 10 years prior to winning a title on the coaching staff at her alma mater. She earned an athletic scholarship to play Division I volleyball at Sam Houston State from 1990-95 where she received her degree in Kinesiology. Coach Liles earned her Master’s of Education degree from Concordia Lutheran University in 2011.

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