Staff Directory Members By Category/Department; Name Title Phone Email ; Erin Appleman: Head Coach 203-432-1408 203-432-1408: firstname.lastname@example.org: Kevin Laseau
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Head Coach. Email. email@example.com. Phone. 203-432-1408. Erin Appleman, who was named head coach in 2003, has taken the Yale Volleyball program to unprecedented heights and established herself as one of the most accomplished volleyball coaches in the country, let alone the Ivy League. Appleman serves as a member of Yale Athletics ...
Title. Associate Head Coach. Email. firstname.lastname@example.org. Phone. 203-432-1408. Kevin Laseau, who joined the Yale staff in 2004, has helped the Bulldogs win 10 Ivy League titles, including a record-setting five straight conference championships from 2010 to 2014, and helped Yale become the premier volleyball program in the conference.
Behind Princeton and Brown, Yale is currently ranked third in the Ivy League standings with a 3–2 conference record. “[This weekend] is the first time [the team has] been on the road in a while,” Yale volleyball head coach Erin Appleman said in an interview with the News. “I’m looking forward to seeing us be road warriors.
Appleman Camps are a great opportunity to get exposure to college coaches, get better through a lot of reps and gameplay, and get coached in a high-level and fast-paced environment. Every year, the quality of play gets better and better, and I am proud to say I'm a Yale Volleyball alum." Cat Dailey-Minyard, Class of 2010
Brian Yale enters his sixth season with the Green Wave, and fourth as the team's associate head coach after having served for two years as the program recruiting coordinator and assistant coach. Yale began his first year on the Tulane Green Wave volleyball coaching staff on Jan. 13, 2016.
Yale Men’s Volleyball has had an awesome year so far starting with a legendarily average start grabbing second place at the Brandeis Invitational. The Bulldogs started their November off with 3 wins against Columbia, Dartmouth and Harvard! In the last tournament of the semester, Yale went 5-2 to win the bronze bracket championship.