Steve Greene
Position: Assistant Coach
Hometown: Orange County, Calif.
Alma Mater: CSU Monterey Bay '08
Experience: 2 Years
Steve Greene begins his third season as assistant coach at Texas A&M in 2013, and he provides a wealth of knowledge and experience to the program.

Before being hired at A&M in 2011, Greene was an assistant coach at Houston Baptist University for two seasons, joining the Huskies program after serving two years as assistant coach at California State University Monterey Bay.

"We are excited to have Steve join our program," Corbelli said when Greene's hiring was announced. "The people I talked to and trust and have known for many, many years highly recommended him and consistently told me that I wouldn't find anyone who is more energetic, more positive, a harder worker and more passionate about teaching, in addition to being a top-notch recruiter."

After a sub-.500 season in his first year with the Huskies, Greene, 34, helped transition HBU to a 17-13 record in 2010. In addition, he was instrumental in the program landing four players during the early signing period last fall, marking the largest early signing class in the history of the program.

Greene, a native of Orange County, Calif., primarily works with the Aggie setters, including All-American honorable mention Allie Sawatzky, and serves as recruiting coordinator at Texas A&M, in addition to other assistant coaching duties.

"Steve grew up playing the game and was an accomplished setter at a high level," Corbelli said. "He understands the game from the quarterback position, and that was really important to us because it is such a crucial position and we have three young setters in our program.

"He also has a lot of connections and knows a lot of people all over the country, but especially on the West Coast. And with his outgoing personality, his willingness to sell Texas A&M and our program and his enthusiasm to be on the road a lot looking for the best talent we can possibly get, all of those factors were certainly important to us.

"In addition, he fit my top criteria for a high, positive-energy person who brings a freshness and a totally new set of eyes and perspective, and someone who can come in and challenge both the staff and players to help us grow."

Greene began his career as an assistant coach in 2000 at Archbishop Mitty High School in San Jose, Calif., and helped lead the Monarchs to two state titles and three national top-10 finishes. In 2002, he left Archbishop Mitty to start the volleyball program and serve as head coach at Saint Francis High School in Watsonville, Calif.

Greene was named head coach at Notre Dame High School in Salinas, Calif., in 2004 and served for three seasons before joining the staff at CSU Monterey Bay. While at Notre Dame, Greene was named Monterey County Coach of the Year and earned the Central Coast Section Championship coach award in 2004.

Greene also coached at the club level from 2002-07 with Main Beach, Salinas Valley and Vision Volleyball Clubs until founding Sensation Volleyball Club in 2006.

"I'm excited for the opportunity to coach at Texas A&M," Greene said when he was hired. "Laurie and John (Corbelli, Texas A&M associate head coach) have a good reputation, and I have heard great things about them and Texas A&M. "Plus recruiting and setting have always been my favorite two areas, and I look forward to adding energy and providing an outside perspective. It is bitter-sweet leaving HBU, but I'm excited to get started at A&M."

Greene was the setter and team captain at Irvine Valley College from 1997-98 and 1999-2000. He earned a degree in kinesiology from CSU Monterey Bay in 2008.

Greene is a member of the American Volleyball Coaches Association and the National Strength and Conditioning Association, and he has earned IMPACT Coaching Certification from USA Volleyball.

He is married to the former Alyson Converse, who is a writer. The couple has one child, son Darwin Converse Greene, who was born Oct. 24, 2012.

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