Baltimore, Md. -- UMBC Volleyball head coach Cristina Robertson announced the addition of Tim Favreau to her coaching staff on Friday morning.
Favreau joined the UMBC volleyball staff in March 2018 after spending the previous season at Duke and was also an assistant for Triangle Volleyball Club's 18s team.
"I would like to welcome Tim to the UMBC Volleyball family. Through his experience coaching at the club level, this past season at Duke, as well as growing up in volleyball-rich Southern California he has extensive knowledge of the game of volleyball," said Robertson. "Tim is a great teacher of the game and will have a key role in our team training and match preparation. He has already had a tremendous impact on our team development in the gym and will be an important factor in the success of our program. I am grateful for the opportunity to work with Tim again and look forward to achieving great success together with the UMBC Volleyball program."
Prior to joining the Blue Devils, Favreau served as a head coach with the Sunshine Volleyball Club from 2013-17, coaching players at the U18, U17, U16 and U13 levels. From 2014-16, Favreau was also an assistant varsity coach and head freshmen volleyball coach at Marymount High School in Los Angeles.
Before starting his coaching career, Favreau was a member of the Bruins men's club volleyball team while pursuing his undergraduate degree in political science at UCLA ('16). Favreau was also the starting setter for Servite High School's 2012 squad that finished the season ranked fifth in the nation according to ESPN.