PHILAELPHIA – University of the Sciences Head Volleyball Coach Angie Smith has officially announced the addition of two assistant coaches to her staff.
Ron Dunn has been hired as an assistant coach, while Christina Brown joins as a volunteer assistant.
Dunn accepts his first collegiate coaching position after a standout playing career at Kean, where he graduated as the program's all-time leader in assists with 2,763.
He holds two of the program's three highest single-season assists totals, and he is also fifth in the program's annals in career service aces and solo blocks.
A two-time All-Skyline Conference honoree, Dunn was named the Skyline Scholar-Athlete of the Year as a senior in 2015.
A member of the Chi Alpha Sigma National College Athlete Honor Society, he graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Science in Technology, before going on to receive his Master of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction from Kean one year later.
Dunn was also a four-year member of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), serving as its president for one year, which allowed him to volunteer with the Special Olympics Young Athlete Program.
Brown joins USciences after serving as the volunteer director of volleyball operations at the University of Pennsylvania last season, where she assisted in coordinating the day-to-day operations for the program.
Prior to Penn, she was the student manager for the American University volleyball program during all five of her years at the University.
She also has experience at the travel level, having served as a volunteer assistant coach for the U17s at Metro Volleyball Club in 2015.
Brown received her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, with a concentration in statistics, from American.