Joining Albert at the event, which will take place at the Williamsburg Hospitality House, will be Johanna Sones (tennis), Emily Furia (cross country and track), Jeff Hough (cross country and track) and Jeanne Foster Kuyper (gymnastics).
Albert, a 1969 W&M graduate, was 401-187-64 (.664) in 33 years as head coach through 2003.
Tickets and more information can be obtained by calling Lisa Starbuck in the William and Mary Special Events office at 757-221-1599.
Norfolk State announced a schedule with a school-record-tying seven home games, beginning with an Aug. 31 contest against Maine.
The Spartans will play host to Hampton on Oct. 19 and will host Charleston Southern (Sept. 14) and Old Dominion (Oct. 26) in non-conference play.
NSU will play Sept. 7 at Rutgers, which lost in overtime to Virginia Tech in the Russell Athletic Bowl.
Briarcliffe (6-5) spoiled the opener of three-game trip to New York by Apprentice (5-8), winning 71-40 in a U.S. Collegiate Athletic Association matchup.
A 14-0 run for an 18-4 edge proved decisive for the hosts in West Hempstead, N.Y.
Jessica Little led Briarcliffe with 18 points, 13 rebounds, five assists and three blocks.
For the Lady Builders, Kenya Wilkerson had 13 points, while Donita Whitaker had eight points and 14 rebounds.