Todd Dagenais

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Todd Dagenais is an American college volleyball coach, former player, and author. Dagenais was named the first head coach of the Pro Volleyball Federation’s Atlanta franchise. He was the head coach of the UCF Knights women's volleyball team of the University of Central Florida. [1] for 15 years. He previously served as an assistant head coach at USC [2] and MSU. [3]

Dagenais has released a series of book and DVD guides for volleyball. [4]

In 2019, Dagenais was announced as an inductee into the Upper Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame in his native Michigan. [5]

Coaching Record

Legend

  National Champions
  Conference Tournament Champions
  Conference Season Champions
  Conference Season & Tournament Champions

YearHead CoachOverall
Record
Conference
Record
Conference
Finish
Postseason
UCF Knights (Conference USA)(2008–2012)
2008Todd Dagenais15–176–10T-8thLost in C-USA Tournament Quarterfinals
2009Todd Dagenais12–183–13T-10th
2010Todd Dagenais16–169–118th
2011Todd Dagenais20–1112–8T-4th
2012Todd Dagenais18–1511–6T-3rd
UCF Knights (American Athletic Conference)(2013–present)
2013Todd Dagenais21–1012–63rd
2014Todd Dagenais25–818–2Champions NCAA Tournament First Round
2015Todd Dagenais15–179–11T-7th
2016Todd Dagenais23–1013–74th
2017Todd Dagenais20–1412–85thWomen's NIVC Second Round
2018Todd Dagenais27–418–0Champions NCAA Tournament First Round
Total11 Seasons212–140123–82.6022 NCAA Tournaments

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References

  1. Todd Dagenais Profile - UCF Knights - Official Athletics Site [Usurped!]
  2. Todd Dagenais Profile - University of Southern California Official Athletics Site
  3. Todd Dagenais Profile - Michigan State University Athletics Site
  4. Amazon.com: Todd Dagenais
  5. "10 people to be inducted into Upper Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame".