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About the Program:
Since its first officially sanctioned season in 1976, the USC women's volleyball program has been a model of consistency in terms of overall success. At the conclusion of the 2011 season, the Women of Troy have produced six national championships, 34 All-Americans and 21 consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances. The program existed as a non-sanctioned sport prior to 1976 with a total of 22 Olympians that have come through USC.
In 1976, USC awarded scholarships for the first time in program history and head coach Chuck Erbe took full advantage. With the help of four All-Americans (Debbie Green, Debbie Landreth, Terry Place and Paula Dittmer-Goodwin), USC went 34-1 on the season and won the AIAW national championship after a three-set win over UCLA in the national final.
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Mick Haley is in his 13th season as head coach at USC as he continues to add to the rich heritage of one of the most successful women's volleyball programs in the nation. During his tenure at USC, Haley has guided his teams to two national championships (2002 and 2003), six NCAA Final Four appearances (2002, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2010 and 2011) and 11 consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances. USC has finished the season ranked nationally in the top five a total of seven of 11 times under Haley.
He has posted an impressive overall record of 284-64 (.816) while going 158-44 (.782) in Pac-12 Conference play.
Haley was named 2011 Pac-12 Conference Coach of the Year, the first time at USC that he has earned that honor.
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