BW Class of 2001 | Induction Class of 2011
Regan Pore was one of the best outside hitters to ever play volleyball at the College and helped the Yellow Jackets to win 20 or more matches for four consecutive seasons, including a 25-10 record in 2000-2001.
Her four-year record was 91-44 with a solid .674 winning percentage. The Mansfield, Ohio native earned four varsity letters, was a two-time first-team All-OAC player and the BW Most Valuable Player as a senior. As a freshman, Pore was the “Rookie of the Year”. She was named the “Most Inspiration Player” as a sophomore. She served as a three-year team captain. Pore helped BW to win its first-ever OAC Tournament title in volleyball and helped it receive a berth in the NCAA Division III National Tournament in 2000.
When she graduated, Pore owned school records for career kills with 1,582 and defensive digs with 1,694, and is among the all-time leaders in service aces.
Today, she is a teacher and the head volleyball coach at Westlake High School where she works for 2004 hall-of-famer and current Westlake Athletic Director Tony Cipollone ‘92.