Coach's Corner

Robin (Kibben) Mignerey was named as the Dolphins' head coach on February 2, 2000 after four seasons as an assistant coach at Jacksonville under Ann Marie Indorf. Mignerey originally joined the Dolphin coaching staff after leading Lake Worth Christian High School in Lantana, Fla., to the 1996 Class A finals.

Finishing the year ranked fifth in Palm Beach County, Mignerey was named 1996 3A-2A-1A Coach of the Year by the Sun Sentinel. Prior to her stint at Lake Worth, Mignerey was as an undergraduate assistant at Clemson University, where she helped lead her former team to a second-place finish in the ACC.

A four-year letterwinner for the Tigers, Mignerey was selected team MVP her first three seasons. She was a first team All-ACC pick her final three years, and was voted All-South Region as a junior and senior. The Tigers visited postseason play twice during Mignerey's career, reaching the second round of the NCAA Tournament during her senior season in 1994. When she graduated, Mignerey held the Clemson career records for kills, hitting percentage and kills per game.

Mingnerey prepped at LWCHS, where she lettered in four sports. During an outstanding athletic career, she helped lead the school to consecutive volleyball state finals from 1988-90, as well as to the softball state final four from 1989-91. Kibben earned two letters on the basketball court, and also lettered in tennis in 1988.

Formally Robin Kibben, Mignerey was married to Andy Mignerey in January of this year and the couple resides in Jacksonville.