Amy Hendrichovsky is in her sixth season as an assistant coach for the Middle Tennessee volleyball program. Hendrichovsky joined the staff in 2006 after spending four seasons as an assistant at Metro State College in Denver, Colo.
As an assistant at Middle Tennessee, Hendrichovsky has been involved in all aspects of the program with a primary focus in player development, game preparation and planning, scouting opponents and recruiting.
While at Middle Tennessee, Hendrichovsky has helped guide the Blue Raiders to five consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances, four Sun Belt Tournament titles and two SBC regular season championships.
At Metro State, she helped lead the Roadrunners to four consecutive NCAA Division II Tournaments and a pair of Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference regular season and tournament championships.
Prior to Metro State, Hendrichovsky was a student assistant for one season at the University of North Alabama and helped lead the Lions to a conference championship and NCAA Tournament berth.
As a player at UNA, Hendrichovsky was a four-year starter, taking home four Gulf South Conference titles, making it to the NCAA Tournament four times and advancing to the Elite Eight on three occasions.
Hendrichovsky is a 2001 graduate of North Alabama and a native of Boca Raton, Fla. Hendrichovsky and her husband, Shea, have a son, Andrew and a daughter, Eliana.