Anton Willert, U.S. Men's National Team Technical Coordinator (2013-14)

Anton Willert joined USA Volleyball in May, 2013 to serve as technical coordinator for the U.S. Men’s National Team. 

Anton Willert

Willert, a native of Berlin, Germany, spent 2012-13 as the team manager and video coordinator for the men’s and women’s volleyball programs at the University of Hawaii, where he was working toward a master’s degree in communicology.

In 2009-10, Willert was an assistant coach for Team-Berlin and VC Olympia in Germany’s Premier League . He spent the 2010-2011 season as an assistant coach for the German junior national team. He was also an assistant coach for 1st Division VC Olympia volleyball club in Premier League during this time.

From 2007-10, Willert served as the head coach of 3rd Division BBSC volleyball club. While he was at the helm, the team won the Berlin-Brandenburg regional championship in 2009.

He holds two bachelor’s degrees; one in journalism/mass communication from Freie University in Berlin, and the other in business studies from the University of Potsdam in Brandenburg. Both were earned in 2011.

As a player, he was a libero and outside hitter and a member of BTSC volleyball club, which won four German championships. He graduated Coubertin-Gymnasium in 2007, and his team won third place at the High School World Championship in 2006.