Chris Webb
Last College:
Northern Arizona

Assistant Coach

3rd Year

Most recently an assistant at San Francisco State, Chris Webb joined the Aggie women's volleyball staff in June of 2011. He assists in all aspects of coaching, most notably contributing technical expertise in implementing a video and statistical program. Webb also will direct the team's summer camps and assist Addie Hauschild-Willis in recruiting. On the court, he works with the team's serving and outside hitters.

Webb previously held the post as S.F. State's top assistant since the start of the 2008 season. With the Gators, he served as the program's primary recruiting coordinator and strength coach, while working mostly with team defense, passing and middle attackers on the court.

Webb's arrival to the Aggie program marks a return to Big West Conference volleyball. Prior to his stint in San Francisco, he was on the UC Santa Barbara staff in 2007, handling the Gauchos' volleyball operations. Webb previously served as an administrative assistant at Saint Mary's in 2005 and 2006, during which he also handled travel for the entire Gael athletics department.

Originally from Guam, Webb earned his undergraduate degrees in Spanish and business administration in 1997 from Northern Arizona. As an outside hitter, he helped the Lumberjacks' club team to a ninth-place finish at the 1993 national tournament, and served as a team captain for a USVBA Men's `A' state-champion team in the Cactus Region in 1992 and 1994. Outdoors, he held a membership with the Arizona Outdoor Volleyball Association and captured the Arizona King of the Beach title in 1994. Webb also played internationally for clubs in Bolivia and Holland.

Webb began his coaching career in 2002, heading the Diablo Valley and Odyssey volleyball clubs in Walnut Creek, leading both boys' and girls' teams to region championships. More recently, he has served on the club staffs for Sports Shack (2007), Santa Barbara VBC (2008), San Francisco Juniors (2009) and with Gold Medal Squared clinics (2006 and 2009).