CSU-Pueblo begins search for new Head Volleyball Coach

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PUEBLO, Colo. (November 5, 2018) - Colorado State University-Pueblo Athletics has announced Head Volleyball Coach Jill Muhe will no longer be with the University, effective immediately.

"We would like to thank Jill for her three years of leadership as our head women's volleyball coach," said Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Dr. Paul Plinske. "We wish her the best in her future endeavors."

CSU-Pueblo Assistant Coach Nathan Martell will serve as Interim Head Coach until a new head coach is in place.

"Our department will begin a national search immediately to find our next head coach," Plinske said. "We are committed to developing this program into a championship contender in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference with the intent of competing on a national level."

In three seasons, Muhe led the Pack to a record of 21-60 (.259) and a 16-37 (.302) record in the RMAC.

During Muhe's tenure as head coach, the Pack earned two American Volleyball Coaches Association Team Academic Awards. A total of 15 student-athletes earned academic recognition from the conference, while Mikala Morris was recognized as a Google Cloud CoSIDA Academic All-American.

Caitlin Broadwell earned All-RMAC accolades twice during Muhe's tenure. Mariangel Perez and Katie Burnett were both named All-RMAC in Muhe's first season.