Maryville College Director of Athletics and Head Volleyball Coach Kandis Schram has announced that Peter Green has been named Assistant Volleyball Coach for the Scots beginning in January 2019.
Green has gained extensive experience on each NCAA divisional level after graduating from Cedarville University in Ohio in 2000. Green double majored in Business Administration and Management Info Systems while minoring in History and Religious Studies.
Peter began his coaching career with a three-year stint at Fredericksburg Christian High School upon graduation. While also coaching club volleyball in the Fredericksburg, Virginia area, Green served as a part-time assistant at Randolph-Macon College, an NCAA Division III through 2008.
Green was named the Head Volleyball Coach at Chowan University, an NCAA Division II institution, in 2008. He accumulated a 99-42 career record while winning a pair of CIAA Conference Championships. The program success earned Green the 2011 CIAA Coach of the Year accolade.
The 2012-2013 season began Green's journey to gain NCAA Division I experience. As an assistant coach at Virginia Commonwealth University, he helped the Rams to a 25-6 record while directing middle blockers. He advanced to the University of Virginia developing middles and helping the Cavaliers to an 18-14 mark. Green went to the SEC at Mississippi State University in 2014-2015.
Green was elevated to Associate Head Coach at Eastern Illinois University in the OVC from 2015-2018. He helped the Panthers to a pair of Ohio Valley tournament appearances.
Peter's final stop before Maryville was as an assistant at Tennessee Tech University in 2018-2019.
"Peter has gained valuable experience in developing young women through the sport of volleyball and we are excited to have him within our program," stated Maryville College Head Volleyball Coach Kandis Schram. "He has had success recruiting student-athletes that are successful on the court, in the community, and in the classroom. I am excited about Peter joining the Maryville College family."
"I look forward to building relationships while maintaining competitiveness on the court at Maryville," says Green. "I appreciate Maryville's great history of competing for championships. I look forward to watching our student-athletes learn the game and become incredible young women within the Maryville College experience."
Green will begin his duties as classes begin on campus in the first week of January.