2021 Women's Volleyball Coaching Staff. Staff Directory Members By Category/Department. Name. Title. Email Address. Alma Mater. Michael Sealy. Head Coach. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Michael Sealy. Title. Head Coach. Alma Mater. UCLA, '93. Year at UCLA. 12th in 2021. Michael Sealy begins his 11th season as the head coach of the UCLA women's volleyball team in 2020-2021. Sealy has a 10-year record of 217-102 for a .680 winning percentage and guided the Bruins to a National Championship in 2011.
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Follow @JohnSperaw. UCLA head men’s volleyball coach John Speraw, who has produced three NCAA titles and a 2016 Olympic Bronze medal finish as a head coach, completed his ninth season at the helm in Westwood in 2021. During his collegiate coaching career he has been named the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) Coach of the Year, the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF) Coach of the Year and Volleyball Magazine Coach of the Year.
Women's Volleyball - Coaching Staff; Image Name Title; Michael Sealy: Head Coach: Megan Pendergast: Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator: Eric Barber: Assistant Coach: Gabby Simpson: Volunteer Assistant Coach
Head Coach. Email. email@example.com. Phone. firstname.lastname@example.org. Stein Metzger, the 2017 and 2018 Pac-12 Coach of the Year and the 2017 and 2018 USMC/AVCA National Coach of the Year, enters his ninth season as the UCLA Beach Volleyball Head Coach in 2021 after guiding UCLA to back-to-back NCAA Championships in 2018 (40-4) and in 2019 (35-3).
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Men's Volleyball - Coaching Staff; Image Name Title; John Speraw: Head Coach: John Hawks: Assistant Coach: Spencer McLachlin: Assistant Coach
Speraw has been the head men’s volleyball coach at UCLA since 2012 and continues in a dual role with the U.S. Men’s Team. In 2018, he guided UCLA to the NCAA Division I Championship final, losing to Long Beach State in five sets. Speraw joined the U.S. Men’s staff in 2007 under then head coach Hugh McCutcheon.
collegiate volleyball coach in history, with the exception of UCLA men’s volleyball coach Al Scates. Banachowski enters the 2008 season with a 1,060-281 record (.790 winning percentage). On Nov. 12, 2005, Banachowski became the ﬁ rst Division I women’s coach to reach 1,000 career victories when the Bruins handed eventual
Accomplishments. Scates left the UCLA Bruins with a career record of 1,239-290, more matches than any collegiate coach. The only coach who approaches it in volleyball is Penn State women's volleyball coach Russ Rose. In 37 years, Rose has won seven NCAA titles and compiled a record of 1246–198.