Assistant Coach, Volleyball
Kevin Dunn brings nine years of college coaching experience into his first season as an assistant volleyball coach at Washington University in St. Louis.
Most recently, Dunn spent the 2011 season as an assistant coach at West Virginia University, where he was responsible for middle hitter training, defensive systems, and video breakdown. Prior to his time at WVU, Dunn spent two seasons at the University of Alabama, serving as a volunteer assistant in 2009 before becoming the second assistant in 2010. At Alabama, he was responsible for middle hitters, setters, and video breakdown.
In 2008, Dunn served as a graduate assistant coach at Southern Arkansas University, working with the middle hitters, setters, offensive systems, and video. He began his coaching career at Lindenwood University, serving as a varsity assistant and the junior varsity head coach from 2003-07.
Dunn also enjoyed a successful playing career at Lindenwood from 2003-07. In 2006, he helped the Lions reach the NAIA National Championship match. Dunn also played volleyball during his prep career at DeSmet Jesuit High School.
A native of St. Louis, Dunn received his bachelor's degree in history and business administration from Lindenwood in 2008.