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Coastal Carolina Volleyball

Coastal Carolina Volleyball Camps

Coaching Staff 

Shawn  Sangrey
Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator
  Alma Mater:
Ohio State, 2012
  Seasons at Coastal:






Coach Sangrey is entering his first season as an assistant coach for the Coastal Carolina volleyball program.

Prior to coming to Coastal, Sangrey spent the 2015 season at Penn State University as a volunteer assistant coach. While there, Sangrey assisted the Nittany Lions to a 28-6 overall record and a #7 seed in the 2015 NCAA Volleyball Championship, where they advanced to the regional semifinals with wins over Howard and Dayton before falling to Hawai'i.
Before beginning his coaching career, Sangrey played volleyball at the professional level for three years in Finland and Romania.
A four-year letter winner at Ohio State, Sangrey helped the Buckeye's men's volleyball team to its first NCAA national championship in 2011, having already earned first team Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association (MIVA) All-Conference honors earlier in the season.
Sangrey capped his intercollegiate career with MIVA Player of the Year honors in 2012, while also garnering AVCA and Volleyball Magazine first team All-America recognition. He also concluded his senior season ranked within the top five in six different OSU statistical categories on the Buckeye's all-time career list.
A Pennsylvania native, Sangrey attended Hempfield High School in Lancaster, Pa., where he guided his high school squad to back-to-back state championships in 2006-07. He was an all-state selection from 2006-08.

Simone  Asque
Assistant Coach
  Alma Mater:
University of Virginia, 2012
  Seasons at Coastal:


Simone Asque joined the Coastal Carolina volleyball staff as an assistant coach on March 1, 2017.

Asque was a volunteer assistant coach at the University of Illinois at Chicago in 2015 before serving as an assistant coach at NJIT in 2016.

Simone Asque is a 2012 graduate of the University of Virginia, where she was a three-time All-Atlantic Coast Conference honoree, including a first team selection in 2009. She was also voted to the All-ACC freshman team in 2008, and was named an All-ACC Academic Team member in 2011. Asque’s efforts at UVA also earned her first team All-State and All-East honors from the Virginia Sports Information Directors (VaSID).

Asque closed her playing career at UVA ranked fourth all-time in career kills, fourth in kills per set and second in attack attempts.

After college, Asque played professionally in Slovakia, Cyprus and Denmark, where she named the Danish League’s top outside hitter.

As a member of the Jamaican National Team, Asque was the starting outside hitter and team captain. She led Jamaica to a gold medal at the 2016 Venus International Invitational, and was named Tournament MVP at the qualifying tournament of the World Championships as she helped Jamaica to a bronze medal finish. She was additionally named the tournament’s Best Server.

In her role as team captain, Asque performed coaching-related functions such as scouting, team development and team performance.


In addition to her collegiate coaching experience, Asque has coached clubs and camps in Charlottesville, Va., and Chicago.