Nashville, Tenn. --- Tennessee State University head volleyball coach Kathy Roulhac has announced that Peter Chang has been hired as the new assistant coach with the Tiger program.
Chang joins the staff at TSU after spending one season as an assistant coach at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, Ill.
Prior to his position at SIU, he was a volunteer assistant coach for Indiana University. He was part of the staff that guided the Hoosiers to a 23-12 overall record in 2010 en route to an NCAA Sweet 16 appearance.
"I am very appreciative of this opportunity to join Tiger volleyball," said Chang. "I am looking forward to working with Coach Roulhac as a part of a great program and a highly competitive conference. I am looking forward to helping build the program to the next level."
At Indiana, Chang worked with the defensive specialists and primary passers. He was also responsible for scouting opponents and film breakdowns. In the summer of 2010, Chang served as the camp director for IU summer volleyball camps.
"I'm very excited about Peter Chang being a part of the continued success here with Tennessee State volleyball," said head coach Kathy Roulhac. "He brings a host of experience, knowledge and discipline. I welcome Peter to the Big Blue Tiger Family."
Prior to his tenure at Indiana, Chang served as the head coach for the women's club volleyball team at Ball State University from 2005-08. During that time, he guided his team to four top-five finishes at NIRSA nationals and was named 2007 NIRSA National Coach of the Year.
Chang also has high school and club coaching experience, working as an assistant coach at Muncie Central High School for six seasons where his team won an Indiana state championship in 2004 and was the state runner-up in 2003, '06 and '08.
He got his start in club volleyball as the head coach for the Munciana Volleyball Club from 1999-2008. At that position, Chang trained over 100 Division I athletes and his team captured five top-five finishes on the national circuit.
Chang earned a Bachelor's Degree from Ball State in 2006.