Miner Volleyball Camps

Camp Staff

Andy Halaz
Head Volleyball Coach

Halaz coached in the GLVC as an assistant at Rockhurst University — where he earned his bachelor's degree from in 2008 — for four seasons. During those four seasons, the Hawks posted a record of 103-34 and reached the NCAA Division II Tournament in each of those years.

Halaz left Rockhurst following the 2007 season to become the assistant coach and director of volleyball operations at Saint Louis University. While he was there, the Billikens made the NCAA Tournament field. The Billikens had a record of 53-13 over those two seasons. Halaz would return to the Saint Louis program in 2015 as a volunteer assistant coach.

Following the 2009 season, Halaz moved on to Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., where he was the lead court trainer for the Hoyas and also coordinated the team's summer camps, fundraisers and service projects. In addition, he was the Big East Conference's assistant coach liaison to the American Volleyball Coaches Association.

While at Georgetown, Halaz also became a program coach with USA Volleyball, where he coached A1 and A2 teams at camps and the High Performance Championships. He also coached the Youth National Team Prospects winter training program in 2015.

Since 2014, Halaz has served as the director of marketing and the outdoor director for High Performance-STL Volleyball Club in St. Louis, where he has coached one of the club's top teams and has organized the outdoor training program.

Coach Halaz will be assisted by current Miner Volleyball players and Staff