2001-2003 Men's Volleyball

Kerry Carr

Position: Coach

Penn Men's Volleyball: Kerry Carr coached men's club volleyball for three seasons and contributed to the team's 5th place finish in 2002.

Penn Women's Volleyball: The longest tenured and winningest coach in program history, Kerry Carr begans her 14th season as the head women's volleyball coach at Penn in 2011. Under her tutelage the Quakers have collected five Ivy League championships, nine 15-win seasons, highlighted by back-to-back Ivy League titles and NCAA Championship appearances in 2009 and 2010. In 2010, Carr also became the program's all-time leader in victories, finishing the season with 214 victories and an impressive 110-50 mark in league play.

Previous: Prior to her appointment as head coach at Penn, Carr spent three years at the University of Alaska-Anchorage. She began her tenure at Alaska as an assistant coach in 1995 before becoming the head coach in 1996.

Before becoming a part of the Anchorage staff, Carr served as an assistant coach at the University of Hawaii in 1993 and 1994. While there she helped Hawaii record a 44-16 mark and two NCAA Tournament berths, including a trip to the Elite Eight. Carr also served as an assistant coach at Georgetown.

A four-year letterwinner and middle blocker for W&M, Carr helped the Tribe to a 97-28 record and four Colonial Athletic Association championships from 1987-90. During her senior season, the squad reached the semifinal round of the NIVA with a 28-4 overall mark. In addition, Carr coached the men's club team at the school during her four years as an undergraduate.

Carr recently completed a four-year tenure on the NCAA Volleyball Rules Committee, serving as chair during the 2006-07 term. She received the Meritorious Service Award in 1999 from USA Volleyball for contributing outstanding participation, motivation and other services in the promotion of volleyball.

Personal: Carr and her husband have two children, Benjamin Major Carr (8) and Sarah Anne Carr (6). She earned a bachelor's degree in economics from William & Mary in 1990 and a master's degree of education administration of higher education from Hawaii in 1994.

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