Schreiber named regional director for USA Volleyball
Athletics - posted on 1/20/2009
Lakeland volleyball coach Chad Schreiber has been named the High Performance director for boys' volleyball in USA Volleyball's Badger Region.
As a regional director, Schreiber will be the Badger Region boys youth national team head coach. The team will be made up of 16-, 17- and 18-year-old boys hailing from the state of Wisconsin.
"It is an honor and a privilege to be named to this regional position," Schreiber said. "I am eager to work with some of the best youth volleyball players in the Midwest and to coach with and against the finest youth coaches in the nation."
Schreiber, who is in his 14th year at Lakeland College, is the men's and women's volleyball coach as well as the assistant athletic director. Schreiber guided the men's volleyball team to a NIRSA Division I national championship last spring after finishing as the runner-up in 2007.
Badger Region commissioner Julie Voeck believes Schreiber's success at Lakeland speaks for itself.
"Chad has been a Badger Region board member for three years now," Voeck said. "His performance as Lakeland's coach demonstrates his dedication to training male athletes. He brings talent and skill as a coach to the High Performance program, and we're happy to have him."
Schreiber is the Northeast representative on the Badger Region's Board of Directors.
On Thursday, Jan. 22, Schreiber will head to Colorado Springs, Colo., for a four-day High Performance clinic at the U.S. Olympic Training Center. USA Volleyball national team members and other regional coaches will take part in the coaching drills and demonstrations.
"The purpose of this camp is to get all of our coaches from the national team pipe line on the same page," Schreiber said.
Try-outs for the Badger Region will be held on March 20 at the Badger Region Championships at Midwest Airlines Arena in Milwaukee, Wis.
Share This Story Help
Lakeland offers links to several popular social bookmarking services. These links help you share stories with other people or create bookmarks for future reference. The services are free, but they require a personal account. Click for more information on social bookmarking
<< Return to News