FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Evgeniya “Jenny” Rangelova Kirk returns to the Arkansas fold as a volunteer assistant coach for the Razorbacks in 2008 announced head coach Robert Pulliza recently. “I’m pleased to announce the addition of Jenny Kirk to the Arkansas volleyball staff,” said Pulliza. “Jenny has been a fixture on the Northwest Arkansas volleyball scene since her playing days for the Razorbacks. She stayed in the area helping to develop and grow the Ozark Juniors club program and has been instrumental in developing young volleyball talent in our area. Jenny will be an asset to us on the court as she continues to expand her volleyball coaching knowledge.” Rangelova played for Arkansas in 2000-01, leading the Razorbacks to 37 wins and the NCAA Tournament as the team’s setter. She finished her career with 1968 career assists, a mark that ranks fourth all-time for the Razorbacks. In addition, Rangelova’s name is splashed throughout the record books as she holds the career record for assists in a match with 88 against Tennessee in 2000. Rangelova earned her degree in education from Arkansas in 2002, and remained in the area working and coaching at All Star Sports Arena in Springdale. She also runs the local club, Ozark Juniors.