Beach’s Coppola and Domanski Earn LSU Degrees
BATON ROUGE – Claire Coppola and Hunter Domanski of the LSU Beach Volleyball program each earned degrees during Friday’s graduation ceremony.
Coppola is one of the winningest players in the history of college beach volleyball. With 121 career victories, she compiled the fourth most wins in the sport’s history at the collegiate level. During her time in Baton Rouge, Coppola earned three LSU degrees, the most recent of which was a Masters in Leadership and Human Resources Development.
Domanski played a huge part in the success and rise of the LSU Beach Volleyball program. In a three set match on Court 5 against Stetson at the 2019 NCAA Championship Tournament, Domanski and her partner Allison Coens earned the victory, sending the Tigers to the NCAA semifinals for the first time in program history. She earned a degree in Biochemistry and has already begun taking classes for Law School at South Carolina.