Nashville, Tn – According to a story posted at the Belmont Bruins website, the Bruins’ head volleyball coach, Deane Webb, has resigned to take a similar position at Ohio University.
Webb submitted his resignation to Belmont officials, and an official announcement was made Thursday.
According to Director of Athletics, Mike Strickland, “We thank Deane for his leadership and stewardship of our volleyball program and wish he and his family all the best moving forward.”
Webb coached at Belmont for 11 seasons, compiling a record of 207-138, leading the Bruins to three conference championships and three NCAA Tournament appearances.
Belmont searching for volleyball coach after Deane Webb resigns (Belmont Sports)
The Bruins won the program’s first OVC Championship in its inaugural season.
A national search for Webb’s successor will begin immediately.
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