Todd Dagenais

Todd Dagenais was named head women's coach at the University of Central Florida in January, 2008, after coaching stints at USC, Michigan State, and Northern Michigan. Within his first seven seasons at UCF, Dagenais returned the Knights to a place they had not been since 2003: the NCAA Tournament. 

In the best season under Dagenais' direction, the 2014 squad posted 25 wins, tying the best mark since the 2003 campaign en route to the American Athletic Conference championship and earning the first bid to the NCAA Tournament in 11 seasons. 

Since arriving, the Knights have been trending upward under Dagenais, finishing five of the last six seasons with winning records. 

In addition to coaching at UCF, Todd keeps his summers active while working with USA Volleyball. In the summer of 2016, he was selected as co-head coach of the Collegiate Women's National Team. He trained and coached collegiate players who have eligibility remaining and have Olympic opportunities for 2020 and 2024. 

Dagenais was also part of the U.S. Volleyball Women's National Team coaching delegation to the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens. He spent time as a volunteer assistant coach with the team where he joined them on domestic and foreign tours. Since his involvement in the 2004 Olympics, Dagenais has continued his work with USA Volleyball as a lead court coach and director of USA High Performance tryouts. Todd has also been a USAV CAP Cadre member since 2010. 

Dagenais was also selected by Championship Productions, one of the country's leading sports instructional video companies, to make an instructional video on how to train a libero.