Paul McCormack is in his second season as a volunteer assistant with the Blue Raider volleyball team.
As an assistant at MT, McCormack’s focus has been on the development of the hitters and setters. Last season, his tutelage helped guide the Blue Raiders to top 40 rankings nationally in hitting percentage, assists per set and kills per set.
McCormack also helped direct the Blue Raiders to a 29-6 record, winning both the Sun Belt regular season and tournament titles and advancing to the NCAA Tournament.
Prior to Middle Tennessee, McCormack spent three seasons coaching in the club ranks in Franklin, Tenn., and also served as an assistant coach for the University of Wisconsin-Rock County volleyball team.
McCormack has also gained experience through camps, working for both the Middle Tennessee and Penn State volleyball camps as well as those of former Olympic Gold Medalist Pat Powers.
McCormack has developed a reputation as a player as well, most recently helping in the rebirth of the Middle Tennessee Men’s Volleyball Club, and serving as president. In 2009, he helped lead the team to the National Collegiate Club Volleyball Tournament.
McCormack currently works at Sony/ATV in Nashville as a programmer.
McCormack is a 2010 graduate of Middle Tennessee State University and a native of Watertown, Wis.