Erin Virtue
Erin  Virtue

Assistant Coach



Virtue to Coach Women's Junior National Team at U20 Worlds

Virtue to Coach Women's Junior National Volleyball Team at U20 Worlds


Erin Virtue - USA Junior National Team Blog

Erin Virtue - USA Junior National Volleyball Team Blog


Virtue Named Assistant Coach for U.S. Women's Junior National Team

Virtue Named Assistant Coach for U.S Junior National Volleyball Team


Erin Virtue: USA Volleyball Q&A

Erin Virtue: USA Volleyball Q&A


Virtue Returns to USA Volleyball as Coach for Select A1 Program

Virtue Returns to USA Volleyball as Coach for Select A1 Program

Erin Virtue completed her fifth season as an assistant coach at the University of Michigan. She joined the Wolverines after spending the previous four seasons at the University of Cincinnati (2007-10).

Virtue coached senior setter Lexi Dannemiller in each of her four seasons in Ann Arbor. Dannemiller, who was a six-time Big Ten Setter of the Week and an All-Big Ten Freshman team selection in 2011, ended her career second in assists in the U-M record book (5,321) while helping the Wolverines to a national semifinal appearance in 2012. In her first season at Michigan, Virtue helped recruit the 12th-best class in the country, according to Virtue also is a three-time recipient of the "30 Under 30" award, presented by the American Volleyball Coaches Association to honor up-and-coming coaching talents at all levels. She is one of three to earn the honor on three occasions.

During her time at Cincinnati, she helped the Bearcats to a 101-36 in four seasons. Virtue was responsible for coaching the setters and liberos at Cincinnati, mentoring setter Annie Fesl, who ended her career with the second-most assists in program history (5,746), to three All-Big East selections. She helped put together top-30 recruiting classes in 2008 and 2009, according to, while helping the Bearcats earn "Highest Honorable Mention" honors from the website for their 2010 class.

Virtue spent the 2006 season at Loyola (Chicago), working the setters while handling recruiting and training organization before joining the Cincinnati sidelines in 2007.

Prior to her coaching career, Virtue was a standout volleyball player at the University of Illinois (2001-05). She helped lead the Fighting Illini to a spot in the NCAA Sweet Sixteen in 2003, earning All-Big Ten and honorable mention All-America accolades. During her time at Illinois, she also participated with the USA National A2 program during the summer of 2004 and was a coach at the USA A2 camp in 2006.

After graduating from Illinois in 2005 with a degree in kinesiology, Virtue trained with the national team for a year (2005-06) before joining the coaching ranks.

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