|Title:||Assistant Coach (Vol)|
|College:||Franklin & Marshall '07|
Ahen Kim has joined Jen Weiss’ staff for the 2012 season after coaching stints at Houston Baptist University, George Washington University and Catholic University.
Kim spent the 2012 season at Houston Baptist where he helped the Huskies to a 22-9 record and an appearance in the Great West Conference Tournament semifinals. There he was responsible for on-court training of the team’s defensive specialists and outside hitters, recruiting, scouting and film breakdown. Following the season head coach Kaddie Platt was named the GWC Coach of the Year, while senior libero Courtney Whittleman and freshman outside hitter Jasmine Casey were named the conference’s Defensive Player of the Year and Freshman of the Year, respectively.
Prior to his term at Houston Baptist, Kim served one season as a member of George Washington’s coaching staff, working with the team’s setters, outside hitters and passers. While with the Colonials he was also responsible for film breakdown, recruiting and fundraising. He began his coaching career at Catholic University in 2009. The Cardinals finished that season with a 24-14 record, marking a 16-win improvement over the previous season.
Kim graduated from Franklin & Marshall College in 2007 with a bachelor’s degree in sociology & American government. He was also a four-year member of the school’s men’s volleyball club team and served as head coach for the 2006-07 seasons.