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Rosen Elevated to Associate Head Volleyball Coach

by | Aug 14, 2018 | Sports

Brian Rosen elevated to associate head coach for Davidson Volleyball. (photo by Tim Cowie – courtesy of Davidson Sports Information.)

DAVIDSON, N.C. — Davidson head volleyball coach Chris Willis announced on Tuesday that Brian Rosen has been promoted to associate head coach.

“Brian has enhanced our program since the day he arrived,” Willis commented. “He’s demonstrated excellence in evaluating, recruiting, and developing our scholar-athletes. Brian is well on his way to preparing himself to be a successful college head coach and has certainly earned this promotion.”

Rosen joined the Davidson program in 2017 after serving as the head coach at Providence High School, where he led the Panthers to an undefeated regular season and SoMeck8 Conference Title.

In addition, he spent nine years as Club Director and the National Team coach at Carolina Juniors Volleyball Club, leading six consecutive teams to USAV National Championship bids. Rosen’s tutelage led to three North Carolina Gatorade Player of the Year awards and two All-American selections.

Rosen was honored with the AVCA Thirty Under 30 Award in 2013, a national award given to the top 30 coaches in the country under the age of 30 at any level. He was one of just two high school coaches to receive the plaudit.

Prior to Providence, Rosen was at Charlotte Country Day for six seasons, accumulating a 169-66 record. He was named Coach of the Year four times during his CCD tenure, and was a three-time nominee for National High School Coach of the Year. He led the Buccaneers to back-to-back state and conference titles.

Before Charlotte Country Day, Rosen served as a volunteer coach at Winthrop University, and spent three years as the head coach of both the men’s and women’s club teams at the University of South Carolina.

Rosen hails from Altamonte Springs, Florida and graduated cum laude from South Carolina in 2008 with a degree in sport and entertainment management.

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