BRIAN DOYON | ASSISTANT COACH
Doyon joined the Knights in the spring of 2017. He serves as the defensive coordinator and oversees practice design.
In his first season with UCF, Doyon helped guide the Black and Gold to a No. 33 ranking nationally for team digs and No. 38 for team blocks. Libero Jordan Pingel averaged 4.23 digs per set, the seventh most in a single season in program history. Middle blockers Taylor Wickey and Jeanne Westney were among the top 300 players in the nation ranked in blocks per set.
Doyon served a co-head coach for USA Volleyball's Collegiate National Team-Indianapolis, working alongside Dagenais. The Syracuse, N.Y. native is also the head coach of the USA Volleyball Youth A-1 National Development team. Dagenais was also a co-head coach for USA Volleyball's CNT-Indianapolis. All of the CNT programs are part of the USA Volleyball High Performance pipeline and are considered second tryouts for the U.S. Women's National Team.
Prior to his post with USA Volleyball, Doyon served as head coach at the University of Montana for two seasons. He also spent six years as an assistant coach at the University of Utah.
At Utah, Doyon helped the Utes to two second round NCAA appearances, and was heavily involved with three recruiting classes which earned Highest Honorable Mention from prepvolleyball.com. Doyon has also worked as the assistant director for Terry Pettit's Summit on Extraordinary Coaching, which mentors collegiate coaches.