Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Years at BYU
- Assisted coaching high school and club volleyball teams in Wisconsin
- Played as a middle blocker for the Cougars from 2008, 2011-14
- Named to the All-MPSF Second Team as a senior
- Added to the MPSF All-Tournament Team in 2013 and 2014
- Named an MPSF Scholar Athlete in 2013
- Averaged 1.38 kills per set and 1.09 blocks per set in his BYU career
Past work experience
- Hudl (VolleyMetrics) from 2017-18
Bachelor's degree from BYU in 2014 in business management with an emphasis in marketing
Long Beach, Calif. from 2008-10
- Married to Marie
- Has three children
Former Cougar Devin Young joined the BYU men's volleyball team as an assistant coach ahead of the 2019 season. Young played middle blocker for the Cougars from 2008, 2011-14.
As a player, Young helped the Cougars win the 2013 and 2014 Mountain Pacific Sports Federation regular-season and tournament titles. BYU played in the NCAA tournament both years and advanced to the national championship match in 2013.
Young was named to the All-MPSF Second Team as a senior and made the MPSF All-Tournament Team in both 2013 and 2014. During his career, he averaged 1.38 kills per set as well as 1.09 blocks per set.
After graduating from BYU with a degree in business management, Young moved to Wisconsin where he stayed close to volleyball by coaching high school and club teams. In 2017, he returned to Utah to work for VolleyMetrics, a volleyball analytics company, where he worked with Division I volleyball coaches from across the country.
Young served a mission in Long Beach, California, after redshirting during the 2008 season. He hails from McMurray, Pennsylvania, and is married to Marie. The couple have three children.