Head Coach: Paul Dill
Telephone: (617) 258-0331
Since his graduation from Bates College in 1989, Coach Dill's involvement in volleyball has spanned both sexes, nearly all age groups, and two continents. Paul is currently the head coach of both the men's and women's programs at MIT. Paul looks to continue the building of a great men's Division III volleyball program in New England.
Coach Dill has worked with the MIT volleyball program since he became an assistant coach in 1992. He served as assistant coach for three years for both the women's and men's varsity programs before being named Head Coach of the women's team in 1996. Every season since then, Paul has guided the women's team to some form of post season play (NCAA Tournament or ECAC Tournament). 2002 saw him lead the team into the round of 32 of the NCAA Division III National Championship Tournament and accumulate a season record of 34-5. At the end of the 2003 season, Paul was named head coach of the men's team.
Paul coached the University of Connecticut men's volleyball club team while earning his MBA degree, served as manager of the Bates College women's team as an undergraduate, and has coached the men's open division of the Bay State Games. As a player, Coach Dill has captained the Bates College team, the University of Connecticut team and several USAV teams.
Paul also co-coached the England Women's Junior National Team for four years, and was an assistant coach for a Division I National League women's club team in the English Volleyball Association.
Paul has an outstanding record with the women's program with a .724 winning percentage and a overall record of 181-69 after the 2002 season. In 2002, Paul was named NEWMAC Conference 2002 Coach of the Year. Paul is also nationally ranked #17 in winning percentage among active Division III women's volleyball coaches.
Assistant Coach: Charles Morton
Charles Morton has a long history with the volleyball programs at MIT. As a student he played on the men's varsity team for four years and was the team captain in 1998. Since 1999 Charles has served as an assistant coach for both the men's and women's varsity teams.
Charles received a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from MIT in 1997 and is currently a PhD. candidate in toxicology at MIT.
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