Head coach Mark Rosen announced the appointment of volunteer assistant coach Amy Angelos in March of 2016. Angelos worked primarily with the middle blockers during her first season with the Maize and Blue, including All-American Abby Cole and junior standout Claire Kieffer-Wright. Angelos also helped guide Michigan to its sixth NCAA Tournament regional semifinal appearance and the highest NCAA Tournament seed in program history during the 2016 season.
In addition to working with the Wolverines of Ann Arbor, Angelos also coaches one of the top club teams in the nation, Legacy Volleyball Club.
Angelos came to Ann Arbor by way of William Woods University in Fulton, Mo., where she served as an assistant coach since August of 2014. While there, she was selected as the 2015 AVCA Coaches 4 Coaches Award recipient for her work in helping propel the Owls to a 22-win season. She also coached with the H2 Volleyball Club and at North Callaway High School.
In addition to her coaching experience, Angelos brings a wealth of instructional knowledge to the Wolverine program, as she provided instruction at All American Camps, Eastside Volleyball Club and Wisconsin Juniors Volleyball Club.
A 2014 graduate of Bradley University, Angelos captained the Braves volleyball team as a junior and senior. As a middle blocker, she also earned All-Missouri Valley Conference honors and conference academic honors.
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