Tim Doyle is in his second season with the Rams following a distinguished stint as a member of the Ohio State men's volleyball staff.
In addition to on-court coaching, Doyle will enhance VCU's video and data analysis efforts, assemble scouting reports and will assist in team and individual player development.
Doyle joined VCU following two years as a volunteer assistant coach with the Ohio State University men's volleyball program, where he specialized in using video and statistical data to construct the Buckeyes' scouting reports. Working under legendary Ohio State Coach Pete Hanson, Doyle helped the Buckeyes to a 19-8 mark in 2013.
"I'm very excited to join the coaching staff here at VCU," Doyle said upon his arrival. "Coach Rogers brings a tremendous amount of passion, experience, and knowledge to the game, so I'm eager to learn from her and hopefully contribute in a meaningful way to the program. The people, resources, and facilities here at VCU are terrific, and I know we're going to bring in top talent to help the team. I'm grateful Coach Rogers has given me this opportunity and I'm confident VCU Volleyball will continue to grow and develop on our way to the top!"
The Ohio native also served as the head coach of the Buckeye Valley High School girls volleyball program in 2013, where he led the team to the district semifinals. From 2011-2014, Doyle served as head coach of the Vanguard Volleyball Club's 16U Boys Regional squad. Doyle is also a veteran of numerous camps and volleyball clubs.
Doyle graduated Magna Cum Laude from Ohio State in 2010 with a Bachelor of Science in Sport Leadership and Sport Humanities. He added a Master's in Workforce Development and Education from OSU in 2012.