Loyola appoints Wheaton's McCarthy to associate volleyball coach

Daily Herald News Services
Updated 6/4/2018 6:59 PM

Wheaton native Matt McCarthy is the new associate head coach for men's volleyball at national power Loyola University, school officials announced Monday.

McCarthy, spent the past nine seasons coaching at Lewis University, joins the staff of head coach Mark Hulse.


As an assistant and associate head coach at Lewis, McCarthy helped Lewis to record six 20-win seasons and made three trips to the NCAA tournament. He is a graduate of Wheaton-Warrenville High School and Ball State University, He earned his MBA at Lewis in 2012.

"Matt has proven to be one of the best coaches in our game," Hulse said in a statement. "He's found success both as a coach and as a player and he has a true passion to learn, innovate and develop young men and volleyball players."

Last season, Loyola finished with a 23-7 record.

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