BYU volleyball hires a new assistant coach



Micah Naone (second from the right) was added as a new BYU assistant men’s volleyball coach. (BYU Photo)

Head coach Shawn Olmstead of BYU men’s volleyball announced on Wednesday the hire of new assistant coach Micah Naone. Naone helped as a volunteer coach last season.

Naone helped the Cougars to their third-straight final four performance. Naone has coached on many high school teams, at clinics and at different camps. He is from Hawaii and played outside hitter. He coached his Aloha Region B club team to a gold medal at the USA High-Performance Volleyball Championships.

Naone graduated from the University of Hawaii-West Oahu in 2016. He told BYU how excited and grateful he is for the opportunity to coach at BYU.

“Micah was an integral part of our team’s success over the last season,” coach Olmstead said.

Olmstead also talked about how excited he is to have Naone coach and recruit. Naone will handle player development and will be a recruiting coordinator.


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