Jason Bibler has been an assistant coach for the UT Arlington volleyball program since 2013 and will be entering his first season with the Mavericks.
Bibler spent three years as the assistant volleyball coach at Abilene Christian and helped guide the Wildcats to two consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances in 2010 and 2011 following a three-year absence. Prior to his time at ACU, Bibler was a graduate assistant coach at Angelo State for two seasons.
Prior to Angelo State, Bibler was a three-year head coach at Air Academy High School in Colorado Springs, Colo. As the Air Academy head coach, Bibler attained an overall record of 32-31 while qualifying for the postseason every year. Bibler also served at the head coach at Colorado Juniors Volleyball Club and his 2008 18s team qualified for the Junior Olympic Championships.
Bibler earned a bachelor's degree in history and philosophy in 2006 from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. He received a master's degree in student development and leadership in higher education from Angelo State in 2010.
He and his wife Sara have one son, Keagan and one daughter, Eleanor.
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