Audri Marrs studied at Metropolitan State University where she received a Bachelors in Human Development while playing volleyball for the Roadrunners. She then went on to pursue her Masters in Psychology while playing volleyball with the Montana State University Yellow Jackets. During this time she made two NCAA appearances, set the school record for blocks, and was named RMAC academic all-conference and GNAC academic all-conference.
Audri has a background in coaching all the way from developmental teams up to 18 year olds preparing to start their college careers. Audri has always enjoyed the strength and conditioning aspect of coaching because she has seen the value it can add to the athlete overall. Her experience includes Parker Hawks, Legend Volleyball, Air Force Camps, Colorado State University Camps, MSU Denver Camps, MSU Billings Camps, 303 Volleyball Academy lead coach, and traveling the country to lead camps through All-American Volleyball Camps. With strong values in regards to the holistic approach to the athlete through "mind, body, and soul" training, Audri hopes to improve athletes on and off the court and provide value that will transfer into the rest of their lives.