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Deane  Webb

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Mary Hardin-Baylor '95, North Texas '98


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Deane Webb enters his first season at the helm of the Ohio University volleyball program after being appointed as head coach on Feb. 26, 2014. He became the Bobcats' 12th head coach in program history.

Webb comes to Athens as the winningest head coach in Belmont University history, going 207-138 (.600) in 11 seasons on the bench in Nashville, Tenn. He owns a career Division I coaching record of 235-167 (.585) and an overall collegiate coaching record of 369-218 (.629).

Webb directed the Bruins to three conference titles and three NCAA Championship appearances. The 2012 season saw the Bruins win their first Ohio Valley Conference Tournament titlesince joining the league in July 2012.

Under Webb's guidance, 22 Belmont players garnered either first or second team all-conference honors, with the 2012 campaign marking the 10th consecutive year in which at least one Bruin was named to either squad. In 2013, Webb coached Allison McCoy to OVC Player of the Year honors.

Webb has coached three American Volleyball Coaches Association All-South Region players -- Colleen Nilson (2007), Kayla Albritton (2010) and Maggie Johnson (2011). Johnson was also honored as the Atlantic Sun Scholar Athlete of the Year in 2012.

In 2010, Webb became the youngest coach in Division I to reach 300 career victories.

The Bruins' 25 wins in 2008 marked the program's fifth consecutive 20-win campaign en route to Belmont's second A-Sun title and NCAA tournament berth in three years. It was just the fourth time in conference history that a program achieved such a consistent winning mark. Webb saw a record five student-athletes earn all-conference postseason honors. Nilson earned the distinction of being the first Belmont student-athlete ever named first team all-conference four-consecutive years. She was also tabbed AVCA All-American in '07.

In his 11 years Webb transformed the Bruins' roster into one of the most consistently talented lineups. Belmont boasted a promising squad due largely in part to his recruiting diligence and keen eye for talent. Webb has secured commitments from several top club players from around the nation over the past several seasons.

Since taking over as the Belmont head coach, Webb became a voting member of the AVCA weekly Top-25 poll and a member of the organization's head coaches committee.

Webb came to Belmont from East Tennessee State University where, in his first year, he led the Bucs to one of the best seasons in program history with an overall record of 20-6. ETSU also earned a second-place finish in the Southern Conference after being picked seventh in the preseason polls. In that same year, East Tennessee State boasted its best regular season winning percentage since 1991 and earned its highest seed in the Southern Conference Tournament since '92. In 2001, Webb coached the SoCon's Player of the Year -- setter Carey Cavanaugh -- and saw outside hitter Nicole Ryan garner the league's Freshman of the Year award in '02. Webb compiled a 28-29 record over two seasons at ETSU.

Prior to his arrival at East Tennessee State, Webb served four years as the head coach at Indiana Wesleyan University in Marion, Ind. He was a two-time NAIA Conference and Region Coach of the Year and led his team to unrivaled success. Webb took over a team that finished 7-31 in 1996 and improved its record to 24-19 in his first season. In his second year, Indiana Wesleyan finished 35-16 and followed with a 32-12 mark in 1999. His 2000 squad set school records for wins (43) and winning percentage (.915/43-4). Indiana Wesleyan earned the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) National Championship and was ranked as high as 11th in the NAIA polls. The NCCAA National Coach of the Year, Webb was also nominated for NAIA National Coach of the Year. Overall, Webb posted a 134-51 record during his four-year tenure at Indiana Wesleyan and produced eight all-conference selections as well as a third team All-American honoree.

While in Indiana, Webb served as a head and assistant coach for the Munciana Volleyball Club in Muncie, Ind. The Munciana teams form the top club program in the nation and earned the club national championship in every year Webb was involved with the organization.

Before entering the coaching ranks, Webb earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology in 1995 at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor in Belton, Texas. He earned a Master of Science degree in Exercise Physiology and Sport Psychology at the University of North Texas in 1998.

Webb and his wife, Rebecca, have two daughters, Sarah Faith and Ashlyn Hope.