Jared Goldberg is in the midst of his third season as a full-time assistant coach for the Harvard men's and women's volleyball teams.
With Goldberg's assistance, the Harvard men's volleyball team made history during the 2018 season, claiming its first EIVA Championship title and trip to the NCAA Tournament in program history. Harvard concluded its campaign with a 10-4 conference mark and 13-14 overall record, boasting an 8-2 tally on home court. Goldberg coached four All-EIVA team honorees, including EIVA Tournament MVP Brad Gretsch, and five EIVA All-Academic Team members.
Since starting with the Crimson women in 2017, Harvard finished in the top four of the Ivy League standings in Goldberg's first two seasons. Garnering a 13-10 overall record and 8-6 league mark in 2017, Goldberg mentored three All-Ivy League selections and AVCA East Region honoree Christina Cornelius.
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 five years, where he organized the scheduling of over 2,500 matches over the course of the three-day tournament featuring over 900 teams. During the summer of 2018, Goldberg served as the head women's volleyball coach at the FISU American Games, where he led Team USA to a bronze medal.
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 and served as the Vice President of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.
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.