Racila begins her first season as an assistant coach with the Gallaudet University volleyball program following an accomplished playing career at the College of Charleston and Florida Gulf Coast University. She is eager to contribute to the Bison's success and share her volleyball knowledge with the defending NEAC champions.
Racila is a current member of the US National Deaf Women’s Volleyball team.
At Florida Gulf Coast University, Racila was a two-year member of the Eagles’ program where she recorded 2.51 kills/set as an outside hitter/opposite and led her team to a regular-season championship in 2009. She also earned Atlantic Sun Academic Honors as well as the Hillmyer-Tremont Foundation Athletic Academic Honors. She graduated with her master’s in public administration in 2011.
Racila began her collegiate career at the College of Charleston as an outside hitter, earning two back-to-back conference championships as well two back-to-back NCAA tournament appearances. After three years, she graduated with her bachelor’s in political science in 2009.
She currently resides in Washington, D.C., where she is working for Rare, an international environmental non-profit, in Arlington, Va., on a program management fellowship.