Coach Alfee Reft poses in Pauley Pavilion. Reft became the fourth coach in program history when he took the helm of the UCLA women’s volleyball in December. (Courtesy of UCLA athletics)
After former coach Michael Sealy resigned following the 2022 season, UCLA women’s volleyball hired former San Diego associate head coach Alfee Reft as its new head coach.
After decades of UCLA alumni at the helm, the Bruin coaching staff will welcome someone from outside the family.
UCLA women’s volleyball announced Monday it has hired former San Diego associate head coach Alfred Reft to be its next head coach.
Coach Michael Sealy has stepped down after over a decade at the helm of UCLA women’s volleyball.
UCLA athletics announced Thursday that the 13-year head coach of the Bruins will be leaving the program, which will fall under new leadership for the 2023 season.
Before coaching with UCLA, Sealy spent four years on the UCLA men’s volleyball team as a player, leading the team to a national title and three conference titles.
More laid on the line than a rivalry game.
A win against the Trojans would fortify the Bruins’ NCAA tournament dreams.
A loss on the final day of the regular season would complicate the path to the postseason.
After nine sets in three days, the Bruins split two matches in Oregon.
UCLA women’s volleyball (15-12, 9-9 Pac-12) completed its season sweep of Oregon State (7-21, 2-16) on Sunday in Corvallis, returning to .500 in conference play and handing the Beavers their ninth straight loss.
With their four-game winning streak snapped during their final home match of the year, the Bruins need to win at least one of their last four away games to potentially earn a playoff berth.
This post was updated Nov. 15 at 10:13 p.m.
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