David McGee has been named as the interim head coach of the Hollins volleyball team.
Since 2010, McGee has been the head volleyball coach of the 16’s Open team for the Roanoke United Volleyball Club, and, since 2012, has been the head coach of the James River High School volleyball team. While at James River, he has led the Knights to five district championships and two region championships and took the team to the VHSL state quarterfinals in 2012.
Prior to his time James River, he was the head coach at Bath County High School from 2004-2012. He took Bath County to three-straight VHSL state semi-final appearances, bringing home a state championship in 2011. He was also named the 2011 VHSL Coach of the Year. He developed a feeder program for youth volleyball in the Bath County area and helped the team to a winning season in his inaugural year, the school’s first in over 20 seasons. In his nine years at the helm at BC, he was voted the District Coach of the Year five times and Region Coach of the Year three times.
McGee graduated from Virginia Tech with a bachelor of science degree in mathematics before earning his master’s degree in kinesiology with a focus in sports psychology from A.T. Still University, in Mesa, AZ.