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Allen McCreary enters his fifth year as the head coach of the UC Merced Women's Volleyball Team and returns after a historic season. Although the team's overall record didn't improve for the first time in McCreary's tenure as coach, the team because the first group in UC Merced history to make it to the conference championship. Although the team ultimately fell to Menlo College, the future remains bright after another strong recruiting class made an impact.
McCreary, an Atwater native, came to UC Merced from Towson University, an NCAA Division I school in Maryland, as an Assistant Coach and recruiting coordinator. Before that, he was an Assistant Coach for two years at Angelo State University, a Division II school in Texas, and the Head Coach for two years at Holy Names University.
The Hawks were 24-31 during McCreary's time at Holy Names and advanced to the NAIA Region II playoffs in 2007. McCreary was also named the California Pacific Conference Coach of the Year honor. While at Holy Names, McCreary also served as the Head Coach of the Men's Volleyball team.
As the Head Coach at Hughson High from 1999 to 2004, McCreary compiled a 136-40 record and led the team to six consecutive playoff appearances. He was also an assistant coach at Merced College from 2004 to 2006.