A five-time NCAA champion and AVCA Hall of Famer, John Dunning completed his 16th season at the helm of the Cardinal program and his 32nd season overall as a head coach in 2016. During his time on The Farm, the four-time Pac-12 Coach of the Year has helped Stanford further strengthen its hold as one of the premier collegiate volleyball programs in the nation.
Since beginning his coaching career at Pacific in 1985, he has collected five national titles, the second-most in NCAA history, and coached in more Division I national title matches (10) than anyone. He has taken all 32 teams he has coached to the NCAA Tournament and led 27 of those teams to an NCAA Regional. Dunning ranks among the top five coaches all-time with a .828 career winning percentage, and among the top 10 active coaches with 888 career wins. Dunning boasts an 888-185 career record, with a 451-83 (.845) mark at Stanford. In his 16 years on The Farm, Dunning has had 24 athletes earn 52 AVCA All-America honors and developed four AVCA National Players of the Year. His Stanford teams have also posted a 58-13 record in the NCAA Tournament, won eight Pac-12 titles (including seven of the past 11) and reached the national championship match in seven of his 16 seasons as head coach.read more...
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