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Mike Hebert began coaching in 1976. During his career, he
coached the University of Pittsburgh men’s and women's teams, the
University of New Mexico women's team, the University of
Illinois women's team, and the University of Minnesota women's team. In
35 years of coaching, Mike earned a career record of 952-392 and led
teams to the Division I Final Four on five occasions. He reached the
semifinals of the EAIAW Championships all four of his years at
Pittsburgh, winning two regional championships. He was named the
American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) National Coach of the
Year in 1985 and served as the president of the AVCA from 1987 to 1990.
Hebert was a part-time member of USA Volleyball’s coaching staff for
over 30 years and was honored with their All-Time Great Volleyball
Now retired from coaching, Mike continues to work with USA Volleyball
and is a member of both the University of Minnesota and AVCA halls of
“Thinking Volleyball is a must-read. Coaches will
benefit from Mike Hebert’s years of experience and success in building
programs at every level.”
Russ Rose-- Head Coach Penn State Women’s Volleyball
"Behind Coach Mike Hebert’s well-crafted words shines his
three-decade quest to help his teams become great problem solvers. If
you want to improve your team, you need to read this book. "
Karch Kiraly-- Three-Time Olympic Gold Medalist U.S. Women’s Head
"In Thinking Volleyball, Mike Hebert draws on his vast
experience with and knowledge of the game to provide valuable insights
into the nuances of this profession. Not only is it a great read but,
more importantly, it's a great resource for coaches at any level.
Hugh McCutcheon-- Head Volleyball Coach University of Minnesota