Interview With University of Central Florida Volleyball Coach

Interview With University of Central Florida Volleyball Coach

May 07, 2015 / By : / Category : Interview, NCAA

University of Central Florida Volleyball team

Welcome to Interview #8.

I am excited to present to you NCAA Division 1 Volleyball Coach, Todd Dagenais of the University of Central Florida. Today, we have a different kind of interview. Coach Dagenais is an amazing coach and communicator. And you will hear directly from Coach Dagenais. Special thanks to assistant director of athletics Megan Herboth who made this possible.

Coach Dagenais is at the forefront of both college and USA Volleyball. In the best season under Dagenais’ direction, the 2014 squad posted 25 wins-tying the best mark since the 2003 campaign-en route to the American Athletic Conference championship. UCF earned their first bid to the NCAA tournament since 2003.

Enjoy watching this brilliant coach talk directly to prospective college athletes!

Profile:

Coach Todd Dagenais

Coach Todd Dagenais

Dagenais has been coaching with UCF since 2008. His teams have finished with a winning record the last six seasons. Prior to coaching at UCF he coached at University of Southern California, Michigan State University, and Northern Michigan.

USA Volleyball

In addition to UCF program Dagenais is active with USA Volleyball. In 2011 and 2012, he coached the U.S. Women’s Junior A2 Programs.

In 2009, Daganais served as a member of the staff at the U.S. Women’s National Team Open Tryout. Dagenais was a court coach and evaluator at the tryout.

Dagenais was also part of the U.S. Volleyball Women’s National Team coaching delegation to the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens.

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Bryan

 

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