Men’s and Women’s Volleyball Hires Jared Goldberg as Assistant Coach

Men’s and Women’s Volleyball Hires Jared Goldberg as Assistant Coach

Jared Goldberg joins Harvard volleyball after serving as an assistant coach at Morehead State for the past three seasons.

Brian Baise and Jennifer Weiss, Harvard's head coaches for men's and women's volleyball, respectively, have announced the hiring of Jared Goldberg as an assistant coach.

"We are excited to have Jared join our Harvard volleyball family," Weiss said. "With his previous experience, both playing and coaching, he will contribute a great deal to our staff. Jared understands and respects the Ivy league philosophy and with his great enthusiasm for teaching he will be a wonderful asset to our Harvard community."

"Jared's background as a player and coach will be an invaluable addition to our program, both on and off the court," Baise added. "I look forward to working with him in the years ahead."

A native of Washington, D.C., Goldberg comes to Harvard from Morehead State University where he served as an assistant volleyball coach from 2015-17. With the Eagles, he was in charge of formulating and presenting scouting reports and game plans, coordinating team travel and recruiting.

During his career, Goldberg has served as the assistant director of tournament operations for the Capitol Hill Classic Volleyball Tournament over the past four years, where he organized the scheduling of over 2,500 matches over the course of the three-day tournament featuring over 900 teams.

Goldberg received a master's degree in business administration from the University of Mississippi while also serving as a graduate assistant with the Rebels from 2013-15. He earned a bachelor's degree in sport management from Grand Canyon University in 2013, where he also played volleyball.

As a player, Goldberg participated in the 2013 Maccabiah Games, serving as the team captain of the USA men's volleyball team which advanced to the bronze medal match.